Amongst the rolling hills of the Finger Lakes region of New York state is one of the most famous road courses in the world. Watkins Glen International is well-known road course amongst the racing ranks and has been raced at the Cup level consistently since 1986 with a few races before that as well. Before you go thinking that it’s a standard road course, hold that thought. Firstly, there is no such thing as a standard road course, each one is different as different can be. Secondly, this one is known as the superspeedway of road courses as the speeds are much higher here than either of the other two road course the Cup level races at, at the moment. It is a 2.45-mile lap with seven turns and some elevation change, but nothing at the...