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iRacing Blog - 5/5/15 NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series Pocono Raceway

The race did not go as planned at Pocono during Round 6 of the NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series on Tuesday, 5/5. Justin in the #36 Alliance Garage Doors / C.H.I. 149 more words

Justin Bolton

When Our Worlds Collide

Matt and I spent this past Sunday morning at Pocono Raceway. I know, it’s not really a surprise to find us at the racetrack. But our agenda was not to watch race cars (although there were some cars on the track today for HPDE events that made for a lovely soundtrack). 197 more words


Memorable Moments: First Road Race

I have been to a couple NASCAR tracks that really have made for some nice memories as a NASCAR fan. I have been to New Hampshire Motor Speedway in New Hampshire, Pocono Raceway “The Tricky Triangle” in Pennsylvania, Daytona International Speedway in Florida, and Sonoma Raceway in California. 393 more words

NASCAR's Jeff Gordon at Penn State to Unveil Pocono Race Car

UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State’s name and blue and white will be on Jeff Gordon’s car when he races at the Pocono Raceway in June. 194 more words


ABC Supply Co. continues IndyCar involvement increase, as Pocono race title sponsor

Few companies have taken on more of an active role in Verizon IndyCar Series sponsorship recently than Wisconsin-based ABC Supply Co., which adds a second race entitlement sponsorship to its plate later this year. 210 more words

Jimmie Johnson Foundation spearheads effort to recognize groups that support education

Continuing a tradition that began in 2008, the Jimmie Johnson Foundation again is spearheading the 2015 Blue Bunny Helmet of Hope campaign for education.

Nonprofit organizations that support education from kindergarten through 12th grade are eligible to compete for five $25,000 grants. 166 more words

Tracks making plans to add SAFER barriers before their NASCAR weekend (VIDEO)

At least three tracks that host NASCAR races will add SAFER barriers before their first Sprint Cup race this season.

Charlotte Motor Speedway, New Hampshire Motor Speedway and Kentucky Speedway had already planned to add sections of the energy-absorbing barrier, a Speedway Motorsports Inc., spokesperson told NASCAR Talk. 683 more words