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  • The race pole position was won by Boris Said and after finding himself in the top ten the entire race, Boris Said contended to win the race.Coke Zero Sugar 400-Wikipedia
  • However, Stewart amazed the audience when in the final 10 laps he drove from 14th up to second place, and passed Boris Said to take the lead and win.Tony Stewart-Wikipedia
  • Crocker, who competed under the No. 98 with sponsorship from General Mills, and Boris Said also shared driving duties in the car.Richard Petty Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • In 2006, SoBe No Fear energy drink announced that it was forming a new team to run full-time in 2007, with a car driven by road racing specialist Boris Said.Roush Fenway Racing-Wikipedia
  • On Sunday 20 April 2008 Ambrose was involved in a racing incident with Boris Said in the Busch Series event in Mexico.Marcos Ambrose-Wikipedia
  • On lap 1, he was passed by Robby Gordon for the lead but he spent the first quarter of the race holding off Boris Said and Jeff Burton for second place.Jamie McMurray-Wikipedia

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