Your Watkins Glen Road Ringer rundown

Nick Bromberg
From the Marbles

As the Sprint Cup Series turns left this weekend, it's time for the guys who specialize in those left-hand turns to make their bi-annual cameo appearances.

Who are they? Glad you asked:

Boris Said: Perhaps the most famous road-course ringer because of his success and legion of Said-Head fans, Said is in the No. 51 for Phoenix Racing this weekend. Last year at the Glen, Said was driving the No. 83 for Red Bull and got into a scrape with Tony Stewart after the two started their road course feud at Infineon. A ringer isn't going to win on Sunday, but Said may be the top contender.

Ron Fellows: Fellows has finished second at Watkins Glen before and he's in the No. 36 for Tommy Baldwin. If you have kids and like all you can eat buffets, Fellows is your guy on Sunday. If he gets a top 10, the kids will eat free at Golden Corral on Monday. Dave Blaney, the normal driver for Baldwin, is in the No. 35, a second car for TBR this weekend.

Andrew Ranger: Ranger got his NASCAR start in the Canadian Tire Series and is making his Sprint Cup debut for FAS Lane Racing and Frank Stoddard. Ranger's guaranteed into the field, but he probably won't be a contender for the win.

Andy Pilgrim: He's back in the No. 46 car after making his Sprint Cup Series debut at Infineon, where he finished 26th.

P.J. Jones: Jones is in a second car for Robby Gordon. He'll probably be starting and parking.