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Learn about the history of Watkins Glen International.


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Watkins Glen to Celebrate 60 Years of Road Racing in 2008

Road racing at Watkins Glen has been a tradition in upstate N.Y. ever since, October 2, 1948, "The Day They Stopped the Trains" for the first post-World War II road race in the United States. Each year the Grand Prix Festival, held in conjunction with the U.S. Vintage Grand Prix, pays tribute to the first road race by hosting a race reenactment in the village.


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To Our Fans: Happy Holidays and See You in 2009!

The book has closed on yet another memorable year at historic Watkins Glen International. Fans were treated to numerous exciting races and constant racing excitement throughout the entire season. 2008 marked the 60th Anniversary of racing in The Glen and the celebration started in April and culminated during the U.S. Vintage Grand Prix in September.


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The Checkered Flag Drops on Another Exciting Season at The Glen

Mother Nature did her best to bring an early end to the 2007 Zippo U.S. Vintage Grand Prix but she did not prevail. The dedicated drivers in attendance waited out heavy rain and fog to bring the event and the exciting 2007 racing season at The Glen to a close.


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WGI Inducts Otto Linton Into Legends of The Glen

Otto Linton is the final inductee to the Legends of The Glen for 2013. Linton entered a 1934 MGJ4 Competition two-seater in the 1948 Jr. Prix and Grand Prix. The formal announcement will be made during the PrixView Party Thursday night at Watkins Glen International.

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Phil Walters Honored as Final Driver of the Decade

Craig Rust, president of Watkins Glen International, announced on Saturday, September 7 that Phil Walters has been named "Driver of the Decade" for the 1948-1957 time period. Walters is the sixth and final driver honored with the title "Driver of the Decade" and joins Graham Hill, Sir Jackie Stewart, Al Holbert, Mark Martin and Tony Stewart as a member of the inaugural induction class of "Legends of The Glen."

Related Topics: 2008 US Vintage Grand Prix, Legends of The Glen

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Formula 5000 Celebrates 40th During 60th at The Glen

- Formula 5000, once one of the premiere racing series' in the world, will be celebrating its 40th anniversary this year at the U.S. Vintage Grand Prix, September 5-7. This year also marks the 60th anniversary of the first race held on the streets of Watkins Glen, known as "the day they stopped the trains," on October 2, 1948.

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Plans for Glen Club in 2007 Finalized

Officials at Watkins Glen International have finalized plans for the Glen Club in 2007 which will be in place for the rest of the season beginning with the Watkins Glen Grand Prix weekend July 6-8th.


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F1 Legends Return: From Silverstone to Watkins Glen

Sir Jackie Stewart and Mrs. Bette Hill will participate in the pre-race festivities for the Camping World Grand Prix at The Glen to accept the awards of Driver of the Decade and induction into Legends of The Glen. Mrs. Hill will be accepting the award on behalf of her late husband, Graham Hill.

Related Topics: 2008 Camping World Grand Prix at The Glen, Legends of The Glen

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Legendary F-5000 Driver Set to Meet & Greet Fans this Weekend

Brian Redman, the featured guest during the U.S. Vintage Grand Prix at Watkins Glen International September 5-7th, is scheduled to make several appearances throughout the weekend, including autograph sessions and fan forums. The weekend will serve as a tribute to him and his racing career.

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