Roush Fenway Racing’s Ryan Reed will pull double duty in his first visit to Watkins Glen International this weekend, competing in both the K&N Pro Series East and NASCAR Nationwide Series races.
driver of the No. 16 American Diabetes Association Drive to Stop Diabetes presented
by Lilly Diabetes Ford Mustang will also drive the No. 99 Ford Fusion for Bill
McAnally Racing in the K&N Pro Series East event. This is the same
team that Roush Fenway teammate Ricky Stenhouse Jr. raced for in the K&N
Pro Series West at Sonoma Raceway earlier this season.
this being my first trip to Watkins Glen, I’m thankful for the opportunity to
get some extra seat time,” said Reed. “I think both Drive to Stop
Diabetes Fords will be fast this weekend. We ran really well at the first
road course race this season, and I’m hopeful that will translate to this
will be a busy day for the NNS rookie of the year competitor, as Reed will hit
the track for two NNS and K&N practice sessions, as well as K&N
qualifying, before that evening’s race.