William Byron claims his first NASCAR Cup Series road course win at Watkins Glen International in the Go Bowling at The Glen on Sunday afternoon.
The regular season for the NASCAR Cup Series has wound down to two remaining races of their regular season coming into Sunday. A tough task at Watkins Glen International followed by an unpredictable race at Daytona International Speedway. This has been a tough closing stretch of the season with two road course races and a superspeedway race in three straight weeks. The wide variety of racing has produced a nerve-wrenching battle to close out the regular season.
William Byron dominates for a NASCAR Cup Series win at Watkins Glen International in the Go Bowling at The Glen on Sunday.
WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. – William Byron added to his season highlight reel earning his first career NASCAR Cup Series road-course victory with a dominant win in Sunday’s Go Bowling at The Glen at historic Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International.
Kyle Larson slides past Chase Elliott to win at Watkins Glen International in the NASCAR Cup Series Go Bowling at The Glen on Sunday afternoon.
Watkins Glen hosted the NASCAR Cup Series for another road course race in the 2022 campaign. Two more races were left before the beginning of the playoffs. With only one spot open, teams are scrambling to find a way to make the playoffs. Meanwhile, Ryan Blaney is holding on as tight as he can to that last spot. If one more driver wins his first race on the season, it could be over for Ryan Blaney and his team.
Kyle Larson picks up fifth Cup Series win this season in the Go Bowling at The Glen at Watkins Glen International on Sunday afternoon.
After the three-week Olympic break, the NASCAR Cup Series continues with the 2021 campaign, with a return to Watkins Glen International for an all-important road course race. Only four races remain on the regular-season schedule before the playoffs begin. Many teams are still right on edge.