The race program at Pocono Raceway includes two practice sessions and the Qualifying on Saturday with the Pennsylvania 400 taking place Sunday at noon…
In the lead-up to the 160-lap, 400-mile Pocono 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race on Sunday at 1pm, racing fans can enjoy all the action of NASCAR and ARCA practice sessions…
Proving that nothing stands in his way when pursuing his goals, NASCAR driver Brad Keselowski claimed first place in the Sprint Cup Good Sam RV500 at Pocono Raceway on Sunday August 7 – despite the fact that he had a broken left ankle. Sprint Cup competitors may have been somewhat skeptical when Keselowski jokingly remarked that he could beat them, even with a broken leg, but with his ankle strapped into a brace, Keselowski left the field behind and lived up to his challenge. Keselowski was injured on Wednesday at Road Atlanta during testing, but was clearly unwilling to let that unfortunate experience hold him back.
Don’t miss this triple series action-packed weekend. Taking place on 5-7 August at the Pocono Raceway in Tunkhannock Township, Monroe County, Pennsylvania, the program includes the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS), the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS), and the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards. Practice sessions start on Friday at 10:00am with the [...]
Head off to Pocono Raceway on the weekend of 10-12 June 2011 for loads of racing action with the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS), as well as the ARCA Series presented by Menards. ARCA Final Practice takes place on Friday at 10:00am with NSCS Practice following at 12:30pm. ARCA Qualifier kicks off at 2:05pm with [...]
Yates Racing merged with Richard Petty Motorsports in 2009. Robert Yates Racing is based in Mooresville, North Carolina and is an official NASCAR racing team. Robert Yates owns the team and at the moment has two cars, number 88 and 38 Fords that are racing in the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series. David Gilliland drives #38 [...]
The very name inspires awe amongst Pocono Raceway has hosted such great racing events. Much of the secret NASCAR ingredients at this scenic location must be the deceptive banking. Although inclines on the 3 turns at Pocono never exceed 14 degrees, and one turn has banking of just 6 degrees, the variations in each turn [...]