Boris Said will again get behind the wheel of the No. 32 Ford Fusion of Go FAS Racing.
Said will have sponsorship in the form of 7-Eleven and AmeriGas on his car.
“I’m thrilled to be back in a car sponsored by 7-Eleven,” commented Said. “We were partners at the 2008 Sonoma race with 7-Eleven and Slurpee on the car and I am pleased to be able to continue that partnership again this year with 7-Eleven and AmeriGas. I’m looking forward to having a great weekend back on the track. I’ve always enjoyed Sonoma and have had some solid top-10 finishes there. I’m looking forward to adding to that number on Sunday.”
Naturally any road course race with Said brings forth the Watkins Glen incident with Greg Biffle.
Said has fared well at Sonoma, earning five top-10 finishes in 14 Sprint Cup Series starts.
“Ever since Boris and I started together in 2006, we have had a shot to win in Sonoma. I know with Boris in the car this weekend we will have another opportunity to compete for a win,” said Frank Stoddard, owner of Go Fas Racing.