Friday, Sep 30

Boris Said returns to Go Fas Racing with Genesee Brewery at Watkins Glen

Go Fas Racing is pleased to announce that Boris Said will return to pilot the No.32  Genesee Brewing Company Ford Fusion at Watkins Glen International in August. Said has 51 starts in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series from 1999-2015. The Carlsbad, CA native has 15 NSCS starts at Watkins Glen including two top-ten finishes, one top-five finish and a best finish of third which came in 2005.

Rochester, NY-based Genesee Brewing Company has agreed to once again sponsor Go Fas Racing and Boris Said. The No. 32 Ford Fusion features a design inspired by Genesee's heritage that was first introduced in 2015.

"I'm always excited when it comes to racing at Watkins Glen," said Boris Said. "Not only is Watkins Glen one of my favorite race tracks anywhere in the world, I just love the area, the fans, the food and everything about it! Being able to represent Genesee is a huge honor, so hopefully I can put on a good show for them."

According to Matt Goldman, channel marketing manager for Genesee, the 138-year-old beer company, is thrilled to be a primary sponsor at The Glen for the fifth consecutive year, and third with Go Fas Racing. "We're excited to bring both Genesee and racing legend Boris Said back to the Glen this August. Genesee is the oldest brewery in New York, and has enjoyed incredible popularity among race fans across the state. We can't wait to connect with them once again this summer."

"We're extremely proud to announce the continuation of our partnership with Genesee Brewing Company for the third consecutive year at Watkins Glen", said Team Owner Archie St. Hilaire. "The Genesee Brewery and their local distributors do a tremendous job marketing the partnership throughout the upstate New York area leading up to the race weekend with over 40 show car events and appearances. Boris will again be behind the wheel of the No.32 Genesee Ford Fusion and we couldn't be more excited to have him driving for us again."


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