Zippo 200 at The Glen

The Zippo 200 at the Glen is a NASCAR Nationwide Series race that takes place at the Watkins Glen International circuit in New York.

The race has been run every year since 2005 and marked the return of NASCAR's lower-tier series to the Glen. Prior to this a race was run from 1991–2001, and was dropped after NASCAR decided to remove the road course events from all lower series' schedules. The race returned to the schedule in 2005 and for two seasons was one of three road races on the Nationwide Series schedule (the other two being the Corona México 200 at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City, which has since been removed from the schedule, and the NAPA Auto Parts 200 at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal).

In the original race NASCAR Winston Cup veteran Terry Labonte and road course ringer Ron Fellows were the only two drivers to win multiple times, with 4 and 3 wins respectively. Since the race has been revived, Marcos Ambrose has won the most races with three, followed by Kurt Busch who has won twice.

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