SpeedTour All-Star Race Driver Bio: Boris Said

With a career spanning over 35 years, Boris Said is set to make his mark again at the upcoming SpeedTour All-Star Race at Lime Rock Park, July 19-20, 2024. Born with a passion for speed, Said began his journey in professional racing in the early 1980s, quickly establishing himself as a force to be reckoned with.
Said gained nationwide popularity in the world of NASCAR, where he became known as a “road-course ringer,” recognized for his natural talent and finesse, while consistently racing to the front of the field. But his racing prowess extends far beyond NASCAR. He’s conquered the challenging twists and turns of road courses in sports car racing, clinching championships and victories at prestigious events such as the Nürburgring 24 Hours, Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona, 12 Hours of Sebring and Petit Le Mans. He has also competed in the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans, Australian V8 Supercars, and was a two-time X Games competitor.
Not forgetting his Lime Rock Park history, he won the 1996 World Challenge from the pole in a Callaway Corvette and set fast laps in 1995 and 1996. He also won the 2002 Memorial Day Trans Am race in a Panoz Esperante. Said is in his fifth decade of competition, currently racing in the Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli where his impressive stats include the 2002 TA championship, more than 100 series starts and 18 wins.
As he prepares to take on Lime Rock Park’s renowned circuit in the SpeedTour All-Star Race, Said brings a wealth of experience and a burning desire to taste victory again. For tickets to the inaugural SpeedTour All-Star Race at Lime Rock Park visit: https://limerock.com/events/speedtour/
About the SpeedTour All-Star Race
The SpeedTour All-Star Race brings together an unprecedented gathering of motorsports legends to race at Lime Rock Park July 19-20. Gathering icons from Formula 1, NASCAR, INDYCAR and IMSA, the SpeedTour All-Star Race will pair all-star drivers with competitors from the Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli’s CUBE 3 Architecture TA2 Series to compete as co-drivers in a 60-minute race that will air live on MAVTV.
In addition to the SpeedTour All-Star race, the two-day event will include racing from Sportscar Vintage Racing Association (SVRA), Prototype Sprint Series Association presented by Hankook (PSSA), Canada’s Nissan Sentra Cup, and F1600 Canada.