Just when you think Kyle Busch can’t continue his recent success in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series this season, he digs a little deeper and proves that there’s still more left in the tank to draw from.
When he won the pole Saturday morning for the NASCAR XFINITY Series Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen International, Joey Logano appeared to be primed to make history by becoming the first driver to win the event from the pole in three consecutive years.
NBC Sports Group and the Motor Racing Network will partner to present Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race coverage from Watkins Glen International on Sunday at 3 p.m. ET on NBCSN.
It looked as though Kyle Busch and the No. 18 NOS Energy Toyota Camry were going to easily cruise away to victory in the Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen International on Saturday afternoon.
A myriad of different strategies and a late caution led to a chaotic end to the second stage of Saturday’s Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen Int’l, won by Paul Menard.
A question that was asked of Watkins Glen Int’l president Michael Printup earlier this week on Race Chaser Online led to discussion on the feasibility and potential to for NASCAR to race “The Boot” portion of the historic track.
If you don’t think Team Penske has got qualifying for the NASCAR XFINITY Series figured out at Watkins Glen Int’l, all you have to do is look at their past (and present) history.
Joey Logano doesn’t have to go far in pursuit of his third straight XFINITY Series victory at Watkins Glen International.
Denny Hamlin is racing at Watkins Glen Int’l this weekend with the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, but his thoughts are no doubt with his family at home all the while.
Less than a week after winning his first race of 2017 to all but lock his team into the NASCAR playoffs, Kyle Busch posted the top time in the first round of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice at Watkins Glen Int’l on Saturday.
Though it’s been his Team Penske teammate Joey Logano on top of the pylon for the last two NASCAR XFINITY Series races at Watkins Glen Int’l, Brad Keselowski reminded everyone Friday that he’s still as savvy a road warrior as they come.
Michael Printup has served International Speedway Corporation for just over 17 years: at Michigan Int’l Speedway twice, as a lobbyist in Staten Island and more recently at Watkins Glen Int’l as track president.