I Love New York 355 at The Glen

I Love New York 355 at The Glen
Watkins Glen International – Watkins Glen, NY

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The stars of NASCAR return to Watkins Glen International, as the race to the Chase for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup heats up. Will a championship favorite solidify their playoff standing with a win or will The Glen propel a wild card driver into contention? Don’t miss a minute of the action with the NASCAR K&N Pro East Series Bully Hill Vineyards 100 on Friday, and the NASCAR XFINITY Series Zippo 200 on Saturday.

It was only a matter of time before Kyle Busch finally broke through with his first win of the season. That time came at Pocono last weekend as Busch ended a career-long 36-race drought with a victory in the Overton’s 400. The breakthrough could be a sign of things to come as the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series shifts to Watkins Glen International for the I LOVE NEW YORK 355 at The Glen this Sunday. Busch has enjoyed a ton of success at this track throughout his career. He will once again be among the sports betting favorites to win outright this weekend.


Event: I LOVE NEW YORK 355 at The Glen

Category: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series

Date: Sunday August 6th, 2017 – 3:00 PM ET

Location: Watkins Glen International, Watkins Glen, New York

The I LOVE NEW YORK 355 at The Glen will be the second and final road race of the season. It will be very interesting to see if there is another first-time winner this week with the potential for another shakeup in the point standings. Another first-time winner would at least temporarily knock another driver out of The Chase by eliminating another point position. With only five races left the intensity is about to ramp up again this weekend at The Glen.

Past Five Winners

2016: Denny Hamlin

2015: Joey Logano

2014: A.J. Allmendinger

2013: Kyle Busch

2012: Marcos Ambrose

What To Know About The Track

The final road race of the season is only 90 laps long on a 2.5-mile course. The circuit is an 11-turn, winding road course with many long straights that are terminated by hairpin turns. The top speeds are close to 160 miles per hour, which is very unusual for a road track, and is due to those long stretches. Horsepower and aero-handling are two key factors at this race. Experience will also be an extremely important factor as drivers with a better feel for the track should perform better when they attempt aggressive braking in the corners and accelerating maneuvers when making passes.