"Yeah, I'm taking my son phishing this weekend," Watkins Glen International President Michael Printup said. "I can't help it if I can't spell."
Printup said there was no deal in place yet.
"We're talking to a promoter, trying to get a deal done," he said. "We'll be talking over the next two or three days and then hopefully we can get a deal and have something to say."
- From an article in the Binghamton Press & Sun Bulletin by Jason Whong (3/18/11)
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