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Boris Said can flat out drive--anything.
Got a Grand-Am Daytona Prototype you need raced? How about a GT car, or a bobsled? Are you a big time NASCAR owner with a couple of hot shoes who can't run the road courses and need some tutoring? Who ya gonna call?
Why, Boris Said , of course. So why is it that when there are rides to be had on a full time basis, nobody is calling Boris? He's no spring chicken, after all, but then again neither are most of the current rookie class.
Boris is everything a NASCAR team owner should be looking for; a racer's racer, glib, unassuming and willing to have fun doing what he loves to do almost as much as race--talk. It's no wonder there are so many "Said-heads" at the track when Boris is behind the wheel.
He paid a visit to ON PIT ROW on Tuesday night and gave his views on NASCAR and the top 35 rule. A rule he is not too crazy about, but accepts that it is here to stay and is willing to live with--even when it bites him in the butt as it did at Daytona last July.
Boris can't seem to figure out why everyone is wearing the Said fro wig at the race track; after all he was born with that mess.
To hear the entire interview with Boris Said, tune in to the rebroadcast of ON PIT ROW at www.racetalkradio.com on Thursday , January 31 at 7pm ET.
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