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Team: GoFAS Racing-32
Age / DOB:  (52) / 9/18/1962
Ht / Wt:  6'0" / 180

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Road course specialist Boris Said will return to GoFAS Racing for the two road course races at Watkins Glen and Sonoma Raceway.
Said finished 25th at Watkins Glen and 35th at Sonoma. Terry Labonte was the most successful of the nine drivers who drove for the (No. 32 Ford) GoFAS Racing team this past Sprint Cup season, but he has retired and will be replaced by his brother, Bobby Labonte, for the four superspeedway races. Several drivers are being considered for the other races, including 20-year-old Fort Kent, Maine native Austin Theriault, according to team owner Archie St. Hilaire. St. Hilaire said they are also trying to help Theriault land a NASCAR XFINITY Series ride. (Bangor Daily News) Thu, Dec 11, 2014 11:04:00 AM

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Road ringers have not performed particularly well on road courses in recent years, but they occasionally still have their place in fantasy NASCAR. Boris Said has finished in the low- to mid-20s at the Glen in his last three attempts.

Said has a tendency to elicit strong emotions from other drivers by racing aggressively with nothing to lose. This trait can also send him to the garage early when driver retaliate and players should exercise caution in starting him.
Fri, Aug 8, 2014 10:38:00 AM

7-Eleven, Inc. with AmeriGas will be the primary sponsor on the #32 car owned by Go FAS Racing and driven by Boris Said in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series road course race at Sonoma Raceway.

Said has competed in 14 Sprint Cup races at Sonoma, earning one pole position and five top-10 finishes. In 47 career Sprint Cup Series starts, Said has earned two top-five finishes, eight top-10s and two pole positions (Sonoma in June 2003 and Daytona Beach, Fla., in July 2006). A native of Carlsbad, Calif., Said continues to compete on road course races several times a
Wed, Jun 18, 2014 03:06:00 PM will be the primary sponsor on the No. 32 cars owned by FAS Lane Racing and driven by Boris Said in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series road course races at Sonoma, Calif., and Watkins Glen, N.Y.

Said has competed in 12 Sprint Cup races at Sonoma, earning one pole and five top-10 finishes. He's made 11 Cup starts at Watkins Glen with one top-five finish and two top-10s.-Hendrick Automotive Group
Mon, Jun 4, 2012 10:13:00 PM

Boris Said will drive the No. 30 Impala for the upcoming NASCAR Nationwide Series event at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.

In four starts at the Montreal-based track, the Carlsbad, Calf.-native boasts two top-five finishes. After an exciting battle for the lead in the closing laps of the 2010 event, Said captured the victory to mark his first series win. In 22 Nationwide Series starts over nine years, he has brought home one win, six top-five and seven top-10 finishes.-Turner Motorsports
Mon, Aug 15, 2011 08:53:00 PM

Boris Said will take the reins of the (No. 51) Chevrolet in this week's Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Infineon Raceway.

He has 11 Sprint Cup starts here and has 1 pole, 5 top-10s and a best finish of sixth-place on two occasions. In addition, he has competed in one Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series event, three NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) events and four K&N Pro Series West events at Infineon. Said's first win in one of NASCAR's top-three series came at Infineon in 1998 driving for Mark Simo in NCWTS competition.-Breaking Limits
Tue, Jun 21, 2011 10:01:00 PM

FAS Lane Racing announced that Boris Said will drive the Red Rocks #32 Ford in this weekend’s Sprint All-Star race.

Said is an accomplished road racer with several starts on the ovals. It will be Said’s first appearance in the Sprint All-Star event. "When I heard Red Rocks was on the car, I told (FAS Lane owner) Frank (Stoddard) I’d drive for free if I could get a meal at Red Rocks," said Said. "It is one of my favorite stops whenever I’m in the Charlotte area."
Wed, May 18, 2011 08:03:00 PM

Frank Stoddard (owner of FAS Lane) said he's maintaining a connection to his recent past that goes beyond simple hardware, namely using good friend and former No Fear Racing partner Boris Said at the Sprint Cup Series' two 2011 road-course venues.

"Boris is involved a little bit, because him and I are the best of friends, and I bought the equipment at a reasonable price from him, and I'm leasing the [tractor] trailer from him. I'm hoping Boris is going to run the road races for us -- that's what we're planning. But if he has a better opportunity, I'm not going to hold him back."
Mon, Feb 7, 2011 11:57:00 PM

Boris Said wins the NAPA AUTO PARTS 200 presented by Dodge, his first victory in 22 NASCAR Nationwide Series races.

The margin of victory of 0.012 seconds is the fifth closest finish in series history. This is the first victory and second top-10 finish in four races at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve for the driver of the No. 09 Zaxby's Ford. No. 33-Max Papis (second) posted his second top-10 finish in four races at this track.-NASCAR PR
Sun, Aug 29, 2010 07:56:00 PM

Boris Said, who made two starts for RAB Racing in 2009 at Watkins Glen and Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, will return to the seat of the No. 09 Ford Fusion this coming week for the Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen.

The road course "ringer" has 14 NASCAR Nationwide Series road course starts including two poles, five top-5 and six top-10 finishes. Last season, Boris Said used his road course racing tactics to bring home RAB Racing’s best finish of the 2009 season at Watkins Glen (11th) and series best start (4th) at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.
Source: RAB Racing
Thu, Aug 5, 2010 10:24:00 PM

Red Bull Racing Team confirmed today road course specialist Boris Said will drive the No. 83 Red Bull Toyota at Watkins Glen International on August 8.

Said has nine Sprint Cup Series starts at Watkins Glen, including one top-5 finish and two top-10s. His best finish of third came at the 2005 race. The start at Watkins Glen will make Said the fifth driver of the No. 83 car in 2010, after primary driver Brian Vickers had to vacate the car due to blood clots earlier in the season. Reed Sorenson has driven the No. 83 car the past three races and will continue to do so through Indianapolis and Pocono.-Red Bull Racing
Tue, Jul 20, 2010 08:12:00 PM

Boris Said and the No. 26 team win the Pit Road Precision Award in the Sprint Cup Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Infineon Raceway.

The Tissot "Pit Road Precision Award" is given to the eligible driver who has spent the least amount of time on pit road. Said earned $5,000 and a Tissot VA Quartz Chronograph watch. He finished 8th in the race and, after making 5 of 16 starts this season, is currently 45th in the 2010 Sprint Cup point standings.
Sun, Jun 20, 2010 09:33:00 PM

Boris Said runs quickest Infineon qualifying lap of drivers required to make the field on time.

Of the drivers outside of the top 35 in owner’s points, his lap of 92.936 mph in the No. 26 Ford was the fastest. His qualifying speed puts him 17th in the lineup for the Sprint Cup Toyota/Save Mart 350.
Fri, Jun 18, 2010 08:41:00 PM

Vermont’s Latitude 43 Motorsports will have its best chance yet at NASCAR Sprint Cup Series success this weekend as road course specialist Boris Said returns to the seat of the Air National Guard/GlobeTrack Wireless #26 Ford at Infineon Raceway in California.

Said is a former winner of the 24 Hours of Daytona and 12 Hours of Sebring road races, and is a former NASCAR Camping World Truck Series winner at the 1.949-mile, 12-turn Infineon track. He earned four of his seven career Sprint Cup top-ten finishes at Infineon, as well as his first career Sprint Cup pole position in 2003.
Thu, Jun 17, 2010 09:48:00 PM

NASCAR will conduct a test at Road America on March 24th and has turned to Roush Fenway Racing and crew chief Mike Kelly to conduct the test while road-course ace Boris Said will be the driver.

Said has 20 NASCAR Nationwide Series starts to his credit and 14 of those have come on road courses. He’s collected two poles and six top-five finishes in those races. His best result was a second-place finish in the 2006 event in Mexico City from the pole. He’s run in each of the three races in Mexico City and Montreal, however, he won’t compete in the June 19 event at Road America. That factor is a must for the test driver. Jeff Burton and Richard Childress Racing handled the Mexico City test while RCR and Terry Labonte were on point for the test in Montreal. Neither driver participated in the inaugural races at those tracks. -NASCAR PR
Tue, Mar 9, 2010 07:43:00 PM