Found August 08, 2012 on
PLAYERS: Boris SaidGreg Biffle
Greg Biffle might have to worry about Boris Said at the Finger Lakes 355, as Said is on the entry list for the 2.45 mile, 11 turn road course at Watkins Glen Raceway this weekend. If you remember back to last years Watkins Glen, Biffle and Said got into a bit of an altercation after the race. Biffle ran out of fuel on lap 28, just before scheduled pit stops. He came to a complete stop on the track and had to be pushed back to the pits. This brought out the races first caution. You can see the video with Said’s comments below, and comments from Biffle at this years Sonoma. Said told reporters that he thought Biffle; who was 2 laps down, was racing him dirty later in the race. He told his spotter that he wanted to settle the score at races end. Boris held true to his words. IFRAME Embed for Youtube Crew members had to restrain both Said and Biffle on pit road at the completion of the race. Boris didn’t hide his thoughts either, fuming ““He’s the most unprofessional little scar...

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Roush Fenway has made 257 road course starts in combined NASCAR action, having collected 12 wins, 56 top fives and 102 top-10 finishes. Roush Fenway boasts four wins in the Sprint Cup series at the road courses and two victories in the NNS. Roush Fenway won three straight Cup races on the road course at Watkins Glen from 1993-95. All-in-all, five different drivers have won NASCAR...

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