Watkins Glen International
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A.J. Allmendinger is in a precarious position.
Parker Kligerman is getting another start in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series this weekend.
After a perfect weekend for racing at the historic Watkins Glen International circuit, the championship picture for Ferrari Challenge North America looks a bit clearer.
Ferrari Challenge North America heads to upstate New York for the fifth round of the 2018 season at Watkins Glen International.
Markus Palttala admits that no one on the Turner Motorsport team had expected to scoop GT Daytona class victory in yesterday’s Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen.
Corvette Racing’s Antonio Garcia says that the team wasn’t expecting to win the GTLM class of the Watkins Glen Six Hours, so leading several laps and finishing runner-up was a major achievement.
United Autosports drivers Phil Hanson, Bruno Senna and Paul di Resta believe they had a “second place and a possible victory taken away” at Watkins Glen after di Resta was hit by the CORE autosport car.
Misha Goikhberg says that capturing victory in the Sahlens Six Hours of The Glen has relieved a lot of pressure for the JDC-Miller MotorSports team, for whom it was a first victory in IMSA.
JDC Miller’s Stephen Simpson, Misha Goikhberg and Chris Miller pulled off a superb victory in the Sahlens Six Hours of the Glen as the Ford GT of Dirk Muller and Joey Hand conquered GTLM and Turner Motorsports captured GTD honors.
Colin Braun set a new qualifying track record to capture pole position for the Sahlens Six Hours of The Glen in his CORE autosport Oreca, beating Paul di Resta’s United Autosports Ligier by a mere 0.006sec.
Dane Cameron put the #6 Acura Team Penske ARX-05 on top in third practice for the Sahlens Six Hours of the Glen, but the session was brought to a slightly premature halt by a substantial accident for Rene Rast in the #77 Mazda RT24-P.
Romain Dumas turned the fastest lap in second practice for the Sahlens Six Hours of the Glen, edging the fastest DPi cars by more than a quarter of a second.
The Acura Team Penske ARX-05 of Dane Cameron and Juan Pablo Montoya was 0.9sec clear of its nearest opposition in opening practice for this weekend’s Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen.
Gabby Chaves will sub for the injured Joao Barbosa at the Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen round of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
Four-time IndyCar champion Scott Dixon has vowed to prepare for this year’s season finale as he would any race, after slashing Josef Newgarden’s championship lead from 31 to three points in the Grand Prix at the Glen.
Watkins Glen IndyCar winner Alexander Rossi said that discovering his pace on hard-compound black Firestones was sufficient to compete with Helio Castroneves on softer red tires was when he knew he had a race-winning car.
Polesitter Alexander Rossi won at Watkins Glen, but his second IndyCar victory was overshadowed by runner-up Scott Dixon slashing Josef Newgarden’s points lead after Penske's youngster crashed in pitlane.
Kyle Kaiser and Juncos Racing simply needed to start the race to secure the 2017 Indy Lights championship, doing so from 10th on the grid, but it was Belardi's Aaron Telitz and Santi Urrutia who stole the show at a wet Watkins Glen.
Sebastien Bourdais edged polesitter Alexander Rossi for the fastest time at a wet Watkins Glen, as the track started with a dry line but got wetter as the session went on.
Juncos Racing’s Victor Franzoni dominated the wet championship finale at Watkins Glen to clinch the Pro Mazda title over Cape Motorsports’ Anthony Martin, the pair of them separated at the checkered flag by Team Pelfrey’s Carlos Cunha.
Alexander Rossi, who scored the first pole of his IndyCar career at Watkins Glen today, says he’ll be prepared to take more risks on raceday than championship contenders Scott Dixon and Josef Newgarden who line up second and third.
Andretti Autosport driver Alexander Rossi scored his first-ever pole position in the IndyCar Series
Alexander Rossi edged aside the championship contenders at Watkins Glen to score his first-ever pole position in the Verizon IndyCar Series.
Cape Motorsports’ Oliver Askew did more than he needed to clinch the 2017 USF2000 Championship in his rookie season, finishing second to the dominant Rinus VeeKay at Watkins Glen, who scored his third victory with Pabst Racing.
Juncos Racing's Victor Franzoni scored his sixth win of the season but only after he passed the fast-starting but fair-fighting Anthony Martin, who now falls eight points behind his title rival.
Scott Dixon’s Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda topped the practice times on Saturday morning at Watkins Glen as HPD-powered cars swept the top three places.
Scott Dixon, four-time and defending Watkins Glen winner, made his determination clear with fastest time in second practice, as he seeks to close down his deficit to championship leader Josef Newgarden.
Josef Newgarden goes into the penultimate round of the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series championship with 31-point lead over Scott Dixon.
Following IndyCar’s return to Watkins Glen last year, Firestone Racing has made some updates to its tires for this weekend’s Grand Prix at The Glen, and they make adjust teams' tire tactics this weekend, says Will Power.
Schmidt Peterson Motorsports has announced that Jack Harvey will occupy its #7 car for the final two rounds of this year's IndyCar Series in Watkins Glen and Sonoma.
A.J. Allmendinger never found himself in contention for the win Sunday at Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International, but his JTG Daugherty organization still managed one of its best weekends of the 2017 season.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. said Saturday he hoped there would be some memorable moments in his final full-time NASCAR season to smile about but Sunday was not one of them.
Ryan Blaney was leading the 'I Love New York 355' at Watkins Glen International with less than five laps to go, but he didn't lead the lap that mattered most.
Matt Kenseth wheeled his way to a career-high second-place finish at Watkins Glen International on Sunday — and just his second top-five finish in 18-career starts at the 2.45-mile circuit.
Standing on pit road, Daniel Suarez glanced over to watch race winner Martin Truex Jr. begin his second celebratory burnout on the frontstretch at Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International.
Brad Keselowski traded paint with pole-sitter Kyle Busch, suffered a pit road penalty but still battled back to finish 15th at Watkins Glen on Sunday.
Patience paid off for Martin Truex Jr. on Sunday at Watkins Glen International.
Rookie Daniel Suarez blocked a challenge by Martin Truex Jr. over the final lap of Stage 2 for his first segment win.
One week after picking up his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victory of the season, Kyle Busch earned his third consecutive pole and sixth of the season.
Surprisingly enough, it is still possible for Kyle Busch to reach new milestones in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
Brad Keselowski led Happy Hour at Watkins Glen on Saturday.
Jimmie Johnson has not won at Watkins Glen in 15 previous Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series starts.
Fresh off of his win at Pocono Raceway, Kyle Busch continued his fast pace at Watkins Glen.
Joey Logano led Happy Hour at Watkins Glen on Friday with a lap of 121.948mph.
Brad Keselowski led the first Xfinity Series practice at Watkins Glen on Friday.
Boris Said will be the toast of the town at Watkins Glen when he pilots the No. 33 Genesee Brewing Chevy in this weekend’s Monster Energy Cup Series race.
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Christian Fittipaldi, Joao Barbosa and Filipe Albuquerque steered Action Express Racing to victory in the Watkins Glen Six Hours, while a BMW M6 took GTLM honors and an Acura NSX scooped its second straight win.
Extreme Speed Motorsport’s Pipo Derani set a stunning lap around the 3.4-mile 11-turn Watkins Glen International course to chip 0.8sec from the lap record and earn the first non-Cadillac pole of the IMSA season.
Charlie Kimball has defended himself after being part of two major incidents during Sunday's IndyCar race at Watkins Glen International
Chip Ganassi Racing’s managing director Mike Hull says one of the keys to Scott Dixon’s ability to save fuel better than his rivals is his request for information from the start of each stint.