K1 Speed partner Boris Said had multiple race appearances at Watkins Glen International Raceway this past weekend. Pulling triple duty, he participated in the NASCAR Nationwide race Saturday morning driving the RAB Racing Ford Fusion to a 22nd place finish. Later that afternoon Boris jumped into the #31 Rolex Grand Am Series – Continental Tires class Corvette of Marsh Racing, co-driving with Eric Curran to participate in the evenings event.
Boris was also able to qualify for the big show on Sunday as well in NASCAR’s Sprint Cup race. Filling in for Red Bull Racing’s Brian Vickers in the #83 Toyota Camry. He danced around within the top 10 during most of the race. With just a limited number of laps remaining, Boris began to make his run for the front as he was sitting in 9th, when he and fellow NASCAR competitor Tony Stewart got together just before turn 2. Unfortunately for Boris, he got the bad end of the deal and ended up getting spun around into the outside wall which dropped him back to finish 38th overall. Boris finished out the weekend from the garage, while recent K1 visitor Juan Pablo Montoya took the win at The Glen on Sunday.
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