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XFINITY Series Headed to Pocono & 2016 NASCAR Dates Announced

XFINITY Series Headed to Pocono & 2016 NASCAR Dates Announced

Pocono Announces NASCAR XFINITY Series Race and 2016 NASCAR Race Weekend Dates Axalta “We Paint Winners” 400 Weekend – June 3 – 5 Pennsylvania 400 Race Weekend – July 29 – 31 LONG POND, PA (September 29, 2015) – Pocono Raceway will host two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race weekends in 2016. The Axalta “We ... Continue Reading
XFINITY Series Driver’s Quotes About New Pocono Event

XFINITY Series Driver’s Quotes About New Pocono Event

Several NASCAR XFINITY Series drivers also commented on the announcement of the NASCAR XFINITY Series coming to Pocono Raceway in June 2016. Ty Dillon – No. 3 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet “One of the things I like most about Pocono Raceway is the family atmosphere and the level of difficulty. It’s one of the most ... Continue Reading
Helio Castroneves Earns Pole for the ABC Supply 500

Helio Castroneves Earns Pole for the ABC Supply 500

(Credit: IndyCar.com) LONG POND, Pa. — Team Penske swept the top three positions in qualifications for the ABC Supply 500 at Pocono Raceway, but its fourth entry driven by Verizon IndyCar Series championship front-runner Juan Pablo Montoya will be in a decidedly more difficult position at the outset of the 200-lap race Aug. 23. Helio ... Continue Reading
BLOG – Off Track Access – Sage Karam Tours Hometown

BLOG – Off Track Access – Sage Karam Tours Hometown

Long Pond, PA August 11, 2015 By: Intern Gabi Verizon IndyCar series driver, Sage Karam, is no stranger to the Lehigh Valley. Karam, one of the newest, and youngest, members of Chip Ganassi Racing, took a quick break from his busy racing schedule to give Pocono Raceway a tour of his hometown. The first stop ... Continue Reading
Kyle Busch Wins Pocono Truck Race

Kyle Busch Wins Pocono Truck Race

Red-Hot Kyle Busch Wins Pocono Truck Race In Third Overtime By Reid Spencer NASCAR Wire Service LONG POND, Pa. – As Kyle Busch sat sidelined with a broken right leg and left foot from February until May, the prevailing question was “When will he win again?” Now it’s “Will he ever lose?” In a race ... Continue Reading