Could you finish nine seconds behind Kyle Busch of NASCAR fame? Dan Corcoran can. His time in the first practice round was just -9.124 seconds off the pace. Apparently he was not satisfied with that. The final practice run was -1.072 seconds behind. While this St LAC member is no stranger to auto racing, it takes a special kind of driver to take part in a NASCAR Xfinity series event. After all, you’re competing with drivers like AJ Allmendinger, Tyler Reddick, Jeffrey Earnhardt, Tony Stewart and, of course, Kurt and Kyle Busch.
Watkins Glen was the site of the July 29th stop in the series. Contested over 82 laps on the 2.45-mile (3.94 km) road course, it was the 20th race of the 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series season.The Zippo 200 is one of 33 races in the schedule which runs from February to November. The initial Entry list had no driver listed for the No. 74 Mike Harmon Racing Chevrolet. Enter Dan Corcoran.