A rainy Friday at Watkins Glen International shook up the NASCAR schedule, and the sanctioning body has made some adjustments to Saturday's event lineup as a result.
The Sprint Cup Series cars only got on track for one practice on Friday after the first one was rained out, so NASCAR added a Cup practice – the so-called "Happy Hour" – from 8-9:25 a.m. Eastern on Saturday morning.
At 9:35, the Nationwide Series cars will qualify, followed by Cup qualifying at 11:40 a.m.
The Nationwide race begins at 2:15, and it's a long one: At 82 laps, the Nationwide event is only eight laps (20 miles) shorter than Sunday's Cup race.
After the Nationwide race, NASCAR's Grand-Am Rolex Series cars will have a two-hour race beginning at 6 p.m.
Sunday's Sprint Cup Series race is set to begin shortly after 1 p.m. It's a 90-lap, 220.5-mile event – one of the shortest races on the calendar.