Daniel Suarez came into Pocono Raceway in a pretty decent position when it comes to the Playoffs.
Denny Hamlin wasn’t the most liked person in Long Pond, Pennsylvania Sunday night.
Austin Hill survived an early race pit road speeding penalty, gambled on fuel strategy and prevailed in an incredible wheel-to-wheel run to the checkered flag in overtime to claim his fourth NASCAR Xfinity Series victory of the season Saturday.
William Byron earned his series best fourth pole position of the year Saturday at Pocono (Pa.) Raceway.
Kyle Busch earned a hard-fought win in Saturday’s CRC Brakleen 150 with a last lap pass for his Kyle Busch Motorsports team’s milestone 100th series victory in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series.
Hendrick Motorsports driver Chase Elliott smiled and bristled a bit when asked if he returns to Pocono (Pa.) Raceway this week feeling like the reigning track champion.
The Playoff picture is heating up in both directions heading into Pocono.
Pocono Raceway, in the beautiful mountain-scape of Long Pond, Pa., has long been highly regarded for not only the racing it produces, but the historical moments it has hosted in one of the most unique locales that NASCAR visits.
Never has a race at Pocono Raceway caused so much turmoil, and discussion the following day.
Chase Elliott was actually pretty satisfied after finishing third Sunday at the checkered flag at Pocono.