(AP) - If you're headed to this weekend's NASCAR race at Watkins Glen International Raceway, don't try to emulate Jimmie Johnson or Jeff Gordon.
State police say they'll be targeting speeding and other traffic violations as part of an enforcement campaign dubbed "Speed Week" that start's Monday and runs through Sunday, the day of the big race at Watkins Glen.
Maj. Kevin Molinari, commander of state police Troop C, says every available trooper will be on patrol this week to crack down on speeders, impaired drivers and distracted drivers.
Troop C covers a seven-county area in south-central New York, including the Finger Lakes village of Watkins Glen, home to the famous raceway.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at The Glen is set for Sunday afternoon.
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