Martin Truex Jr. rebounded from a bad pit stop to earn his second Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victory of the season.
Martin Truex Jr. passed Kevin Harvick with six laps to go to pick up the Stage 1 victory at Pocono Raceway.
Kyle Busch finally picked up his first NASCAR Xfinity Series win of the season.
Kyle Busch, who earned the most recent Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victory at Pocono Raceway, led the way in Saturday’s final practice session.
Martin Truex Jr. is well aware that he is not the master of stage and playoff points that he was one year ago on his way to his first NASCAR Cup Series championship.
Harrison Burton’s first race at a superspeedway could not have gone better.
Pocono Raceway’s most recent NASCAR Cup Series winner, Kyle Busch, led the way in Friday’s shortened practice session.
Alexander Rossi led 44 of the 200-lap ABC Supply 500, but doesn’t believe that losing his ability to switch to full-rich mode cost him his second 500-mile win.
Will Power, who came from a lap down to win his second straight Pocono 500, said keys to victory were being smart and not giving up despite needing a front-wing change and a rear-wing change.
Will Power scored the 32nd victory of his IndyCar career, storming back from a lap down to edge championship-leading Penske teammate Josef Newgarden and Alexander Rossi's Andretti Autosport-Honda.
Ryan Hunter-Reay, who struck the Turn 3 wall at Pocono just as he was commencing his qualifying run yesterday, has been cleared to drive in today’s ABC Supply 500.
Ryan Hunter-Reay remains in doubt for Sunday's Pocono IndyCar race following his qualifying crash.
The Team Penske-Chevrolets finished 1-2-5-6 in final practice for Pocono Raceway’s ABC Supply 500 as teams worked on their raceday setups, and at the top of the speed charts sat defending race winner Will Power.
Takuma Sato, who will start tomorrow’s ABC Supply 500 at Pocono from pole position, admitted to nerves when teammate Ryan Hunter-Reay shunted just before his own qualifying attempt.
Following medical evaluation, Ryan Hunter-Reay has been transported to a local hospital after a 200mph-plus crash during qualifying at Pocono Raceway.
Andretti Autosport's Ryan Hunter-Reay led opening practice for tomorrow’s ABC Supply 500, but Ed Carpenter struck the wall hard as he came onto the front straight, thankfully without injuring himself.
Kyle Busch became the 14th winner of 2017 with his victory at Pocono Raceway on Sunday.