BUSCH: Watkins Glen: Boris Said preview

BORIS SAID QUOTES: "I'm looking forward to racing the Ingersoll Rand Dodge Charger at The Glen this weekend with the No. 9 Team. It's my last scheduled race in the Busch car for Ray (Evernham), and I want to make it a good one. It will be fun to...

BORIS SAID QUOTES:

"I'm looking forward to racing the Ingersoll Rand Dodge Charger at The Glen this weekend with the No. 9 Team. It's my last scheduled race in the Busch car for Ray (Evernham), and I want to make it a good one. It will be fun to get back to Watkins Glen, it's one of my favorite road-courses, and hopefully we can come home with a good finish like we did with the Ingersoll Rand Dodge Charger in Mexico City."

TRIP BRUCE QUOTES:

"We are looking forward to going to The Glen with Boris (Said). I think he told me that it is his favorite road-course on the NASCAR circuit. The key to victory will be pit strategy. It will be important because it will be the thing that will keep him in contention for the win. The Ingersoll Rand crew has enjoyed working with Boris (Said) this year and would love to end our season together celebrating in the winners circle."

QUICK FACTS:

Said Heads to Invade The Glen: Ingersoll Rand will be bringing a crew of 400 people to The Glen this weekend, decked out in 'Said Heads', the curly-haired wigs made to look like Said's unique head of hair. The company also had special t-shirts printed for those attending the event, which ask "Who Said?" and answer "Boris Said!"

In addition, Ingersoll Rand has purchased five sections worth of seats in the Front stretch Grandstands, where their 400 Said Heads will watch the Zippo 200 together in an impossible-to-miss pack.

This is Said's final scheduled run in Ray Evernham's No. 9 Dodge Charger this season. His best finish in his four starts with the team was second in Mexico City. His best oval track finish was 14th, at Kentucky.

-credit: evernham motorsports

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Series NASCAR XFINITY
Drivers Boris Said , Ray Evernham