2014 Cheez-It 355 at the Glen Details
This race doesn't just have the most unique name in all of NASCAR, but it
also has a tendency to draw in the very best drivers in the world for a unique event that is sure to be the talk of the motorsports
world leading up to the opening laps. There is nothing quite like the experience of being there next to tens of thousands
of your fellow racing fans at Watkins Glen in New York, a top-tier race course that is always setting up for one incredible
race or another. The Cheez-It 355 definitely won't be lacking in drama once again this year, which is why it's a great idea
to head out and join in the action first-hand.
Watkins Glen International is always popping each and every year for
the Cheez-It 355 at the Glen, which is a tradition that isn't likely to change any time in the near future. More than any
sport possibly, NASCAR is one of those sports that you have to see first-hand to get the full experience, as some things you're
just never going to capture at home no matter how enormous your flatscreen is, or impressive your sound system is. Don't get
left wondering what the atmosphere of the big race is like when you could actually head out with all your fellow fans and
see it for yourself at one of the best racetracks in the country.
2014 Cheez-It 355 at the Glen Drivers
on out to Watkins Glen International to see the Cheez-It 355 at the Glen this year and you won't regret seeing what is sure
to be a great race filled with bench-gripping excitement that you won't find anywhere else. Guys like Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon,
Rusty Wallace and Kyle Busch have all won multiple times and you never know when the next all-time great is going to burst
onto the scene with a banner day that will put them in the next level of Watkins Glen greatness. With a great field, a passionate
crowd and a world-class venue, this is a race that the top drivers in the world tend to have circled on their calendars, and
you'll understand exactly why once you're there feeling the electricity of the NASCAR fans as this one gets underway.
Cheez-It 355 at the Glen History
Formerly the Heluva Goods Sour Cream Dips at the Glen, the Cheez It 355 at the
Glen may have a new name but the tradition of exciting racing isn't likely to go anywhere in the near future. Come out and
see the best drivers in the world as they battle it out on the track with everything on the line, giving fans some major thrills
in the process. This is a race that has been held since the 1950s, providing NASCAR fans with memorable moments year in and
year out for decades. Tony Stewart currently holds the lead with five wins at this one, though Jeff Gordon nips at his heels
with four and Mark Martin managed three during his career. With a great history and a very bright future, the Cheez-It 355
is sure to be loaded with unbelievable moments that you'll be talking about a very long time after it's over, and whether
you're a born NASCAR fan or just starting to get into it, you'll be kicking yourself for not making it out to Watkins Glen
for the Cheez-It 355 a whole lot sooner.
2014 Cheez-It 355 at the Glen Trivia
Did you know Mark Martin
won this one three straight times?
Martin got into a groove in 1993 and decided that he wasn't going to get out of it
for a little while. He not only dominated the field that year at this event, then called The Bud at The Glen, but he would
go on to win it in 1994 and again in 1995 just for good measure. Since then, even though there have been other racers who
have dominated as well, nobody has even come close to matching Martin's three straight victories.
355 at the Glen Spectator Experience
NASCAR is one of the most popular sports in the country for a reason, and even
though some sports can be neatly contained by the TV, NASCAR's scope makes it a sport you have to be a part of to understand.
Be there to hear the purr of the engines and the cars go whipping by as the top racers whip around corners, draft and gun
it down the home stretches to make their run up the leaderboard. Dating back thousands of years to the times of the Ancient
Romans and original Greek Olympics, people have been pouring in to see exciting spectator sports for what seems like forever,
and that's a tradition that isn't going anywhere any time in the near future. Though things have changed quite a bit since
the early days, it doesn't get much better than the experience of a major spectator sport like NASCAR, which has an unmatched
reputation for putting together some of the biggest and most exciting sporting events of the day.