Latest news on Pocono Raceway
Late cautions end strategy for Erik Jones and his team to stretch fuel and score his first NASCAR Cup Series win of the year.
Erik Jones rebounded from a 40th-place finish last weekend at Charlotte to finish third Sunday at Pocono Raceway, tying for his best finish of the season.
It’s not that Ryan Blaney has had a bad season, but it has become increasingly frustrating for the Team Penske driver when compared to its potential.
It’s becoming increasingly clear Hendrick Motorsports is turning a corner on its performance and it’s much more than “dumb luck.”
Kevin Harvick, who started the race from the back of the field, easily held off Chase Elliott for the Stage 2 victory at Pocono, his 10th stage win of the season.
Daniel Suarez’s first pole in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series certainly didn’t come how he expected.
Kyle Busch makes NASCAR history … again.
Joey Logano led three Fords in the top-five of Saturday’s final Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice at Pocono.
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series title contender Noah Gragson will sit out Saturday’s race at Pocono due to illness.
Fresh off his victory at New Hampshire, Kevin Harvick was fastest in Saturday’s first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice at Pocono Raceway.
A seventh-place finish isn’t glamorous, but considering Aric Almirola’s record at Pocono Raceway, it was pretty close to a victory.
Kyle Larson captured his third runner-up finish of the 2018 season at Pocono Raceway on Sunday.
Martin Truex Jr. had won a race this season but Sunday’s victory at Pocono may have cemented his title contender status.
When it comes to pit strategy at Pocono Raceway, Kyle Busch just can’t seem to win – literally.