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The last chance to save on advance ticket pricing at Watkins Glen International is quickly approaching. This year the opportunity to save on event ticket and package pricing will end April 21, extending beyond the traditional Opening Weekend deadline.

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  • Aug 13

    The Zippo Jeep® Makes Its Debut at Watkins Glen International

    Zippo Manufacturing Company, maker of the world-famous windproof pocket lighter, and West Coast Customs®, the most recognized name in the custom automotive industry, today introduced the brand new Zippo Jeep® at the 2011 Zippo 200 NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Watkins Glen International. Completely customized, the Zippo Jeep will serve as a promotional vehicle, supporting the company’s popular Outdoor Line of utility products. Unveiled in Victory Lane, the new Zippo Jeep immediately went to work, as it led the Nationwide field in the first warm up lap of the 2011 Zippo 200

  • Aug 13

    Busch Brothers Take Front Row for Zippo 200

    With a new NASCAR Nationwide Series track record of 1:11.567 (123.241 mph) Kurt Busch (No. 22 Ruby Tuesday/Discount Tire Dodge) edged out younger brother Kyle (No. 18 Z-Line Designs Toyota) for the pole position for Saturday’s 17th Annual Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen International. The two brothers were 0.358 and 0.200 seconds, respectively, faster than Carl Edwards (No. 60 Fastenal Ford). The top three qualifiers all beat the previous record set last year by Marcos Ambrose (1:12.053; 122.41 mph).

  • Aug 12

    Watkins Glen International Qualifying Record May Fall

    The top 10 drivers in final practice for the Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips at The Glen smashed the track qualifying record set back in 2003 by four-time Watkins Glen International winner Jeff Gordon. No. 9 Marcos Ambrose (126.604 mph), No. 22 Kurt Busch, No. 99 Carl Edwards, No. 22 Brad Keselowski, No. 56 Martin Truex, Jr., No. 20 Joey Logano, No. 33 Clint Bowyer, No. 48 Jimmie Johnson, No. 31 Jeff Burton and No. 13 Casey Mears were all faster than the 124.580 mph of Gordon’s record. Defending race winner No. 42 Juan Pablo Montoya had the 15th fastest time in practice.

  • Aug 12

    Come Rain or Shine, The Action at The Glen Will Be Hot on Saturday, August 13

    NASCAR officials confirmed that the Nationwide Series race will start as planned even if it rains tomorrow at Watkins Glen International. There is only a 40 percent chance of rain for the Zippo 200 on Saturday afternoon and the Canadian Tire 200 GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series race that night so fans will be treated to plenty of racing, the only question is whether it will be in the wet or the dry. Many races at WGI have been held in the rain over the years, but it would be the first time ever a NASCAR race had been run in such conditions at The Glen. The green flag will fall on the Zippo 200 at 2:00 p.m. and will be followed by the Canadian Tire 200 at 6:00 p.m.

  • Aug 12

    Jeff Gordon Joins Elite Group as Newest Member of The Legends of The Glen

    Michael Printup, president of Watkins Glen International, announced earlier today that Jeff Gordon has been named the first member of the Class of 2011 for the Legends of The Glen. In front of local, regional, and international media, Printup presented Gordon with a hand-blown glass vase made by Vitrix Glass of Corning, NY, during an induction ceremony held in the historic road course’s media center. Mike Helton, president of NASCAR, was also in attendance to acknowledge Gordon’s contributions to the sport and join the celebration. Today’s ceremony will not be the last induction that is scheduled to occur during the 2011 season at The Glen.

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