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NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Pocono Mountains 150 Notes and Entry List

Extra! Extra! Pocono Adds Mileage

Fans will be treated to an extended show this year at Pocono Raceway as the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race is scheduled for 150 miles instead of its previous 125. 826 more words

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Power to Save: Raceway Hits Major Milestone at Solar Farm

LONG POND – About four years ago Pocono Raceway dedicated a solar farm to generate energy.

On Thursday, the raceway in Monroe County showed us exactly how much electricity it has produced and the numbers are pretty impressive. 306 more words

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Pocono Raceway Solar Farm Reaches 15 Million Mark

LONG POND, PA (July 23, 2014) – Nearly four years to the day of the original dedication of Pocono Raceway’s solar farm, the total amount of energy produced by the 25-acre facility reached the 15,000,000 kilowatt hour (kWh) mark. 290 more words

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IndyCar: Jack Hawksworth cleared to compete at Iowa

After missing last weekend’s race at Pocono due to a myocardial contusion sustained in a practice crash, Verizon IndyCar Series rookie Jack Hawksworth has been given the green light and will race in Saturday night’s Iowa Corn Indy 300 at Iowa Speedway (8 p.m. 234 more words

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What's Next for IndyCar at the Pocono Raceway?

LONG POND — A day after the checkered flag, you can still see the IndyCar sign at the entrance to Pocono Raceway. However, after a decline in ticket sales, there are questions about the future of the race. 232 more words

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IndyCar: Gabby Chaves dominates, wins Indy Lights at Pocono

Gabby Chaves seized momentum in his fight for the Indy Lights championship against Zach Veach with a win on Saturday afternoon at Pocono Raceway.

Veach earned the pole in that morning’s qualifying session, but Chaves took the lead on Lap 7 of the 40-lap race and went on to take his fourth win of the year. 338 more words

Leckey Time: In The Fast Lane With Mario Andretti

There have been a lot of headlines this weekend surrounding the recent IndyCar race in Monroe County.   And in this edition of “Leckey Time,” we meet a racing legend who knows Pocono Raceway better than most.   41 more words

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