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NASCAR, along with FOX Sports and NBC Sports, today announced 2017 race start times and network coverage for the NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR XFINITY Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series – based on the previously released schedule dates. Through collaborative efforts with its broadcast partners, race teams and tracks, NASCAR was able to finalize full 2017 start times for all three national series almost six months earlier than in recent seasons.

Seventeen national series events will start closer to primetime, helping to bring NASCAR’s photo finishes and close, side-by-side racing to larger audiences. Seventeen NASCAR Cup Series points races will air on broadcast television next year, including the DAYTONA 500 and Coca-Cola 600 on FOX; and the Brickyard 400 and the NASCAR Cup Series championship race, the Ford EcoBoost 400 from Homestead-Miami Speedway, on NBC.

“It’s our responsibility, collectively as an industry, to ensure the sport is healthy, strong and growing by delivering great racing in a way that best meets the needs of our fans,” said Steve Herbst, senior vice president, broadcasting and production at NASCAR. “Earlier insight on start times benefits not only fans, but also our teams and tracks, as it provides more opportunities to plan travel and to purchase race tickets.”

Since the initial release of the 2017 schedule, NASCAR and its partners have shifted two dates for the NASCAR XFINITY Series and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. The NASCAR XFINITY Series race at Road America will move to Sunday, August 27, on NBC. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park will now take place on Sunday, September 3, airing on FS1 prior to the NASCAR Cup Series event at Darlington Raceway on NBCSN.

Looking ahead to the 2018 season, the DAYTONA 500 will move to Sunday, February 18, during Presidents Day weekend. NASCAR and its partners are working collaboratively on the remainder of the 2018 schedule, which will be finalized and released at a later date.

In addition to watching the live broadcast, fans can catch all the on-track action by visiting NASCAR.com, downloading the NASCAR Mobile app or live streaming on FOX Sports Go and the NBC Sports app. Fans can also listen to Motor Racing Network (MRN), Performance Racing Network (PRN), IMS Radio Network and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio, channel 90, throughout the season.

2017 NASCAR Cup Series Schedule

Date

Location

Network

Race Start

Radio

2/18

The Unlimited at

Daytona International Speedway

FS1

 

8 p.m.

 

MRN / SiriusXM

2/19

DAYTONA 500 Qualifying at

Daytona International Speedway

FOX

 

3 p.m.

 

MRN / SiriusXM

2/23

Can-Am Duel at

Daytona International Speedway

FS1

7 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

2/26

DAYTONA 500 at

Daytona International Speedway

FOX

2 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

3/5

Atlanta Motor Speedway

FOX

2:30 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

3/12

Las Vegas Motor Speedway

FOX

3:30 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

3/19

Phoenix International Raceway

FOX

3:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

3/26

Auto Club Speedway

FOX

3:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

4/2

Martinsville Speedway

FS1

2 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

4/9

Texas Motor Speedway

FOX

1:30 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

4/23

Bristol Motor Speedway

FOX

2 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

4/30

Richmond International Raceway

FOX

2 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

5/7

Talladega Superspeedway

FOX

2 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

5/13

Kansas Speedway

FS1

7:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

5/20

NASCAR All-Star Race at

Charlotte Motor Speedway

FS1

6 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

5/28

Coca-Cola 600 at

Charlotte Motor Speedway

FOX

6 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

6/4

Dover International Speedway

FS1

1 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

6/11

Pocono Raceway

FS1

3 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

6/18

Michigan International Speedway

FS1

3 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

6/25

Sonoma Raceway

FS1

3 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

7/1

Coke Zero 400 Powered by Coca-Cola at Daytona International Speedway

NBC

7:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

7/8

Kentucky Speedway

NBCSN

7:30 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

7/16

New Hampshire Motor Speedway

NBCSN

3 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

7/23

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

NBC

3 p.m.

IMS / SiriusXM

7/30

Pocono Raceway

NBCSN

3 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

8/6

Watkins Glen International

NBCSN

3 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

8/13

Michigan International Speedway

NBCSN

3 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

8/19

Bristol Motor Speedway

NBC

7:30 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

9/3

Darlington Raceway

NBCSN

6 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

9/9

Richmond International Raceway

NBCSN

7:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

9/17

Chicagoland Speedway

NBCSN

3 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

9/24

New Hampshire Motor Speedway

NBCSN

2 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

10/1

Dover International Speedway

NBCSN

2 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

10/7

Charlotte Motor Speedway

NBCSN

7 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

10/15

Talladega Superspeedway

NBC

2 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

10/22

Kansas Speedway

NBCSN

3 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

10/29

Martinsville Speedway

NBCSN

1 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

11/5

Texas Motor Speedway

NBC

2 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

11/12

Phoenix International Raceway

NBC

2:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

11/19

Homestead-Miami Speedway

NBC

2:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

 

2017 NASCAR XFINITY Series Schedule 

Date

Location

Network

Race Start

Radio

2/25

Daytona International Speedway

FS1

3:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

3/4

Atlanta Motor Speedway

FS1

1:30 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

3/11

Las Vegas Motor Speedway

FS1

4 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

3/18

Phoenix International Raceway

FOX

4 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

3/25

Auto Club Speedway

FS1

4 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

4/8

Texas Motor Speedway

FOX

1:30 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

4/22

Bristol Motor Speedway

FS1

12:30 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

4/29

Richmond International Raceway

FS1

12:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

5/6

Talladega Superspeedway

FOX

1 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

5/27

Charlotte Motor Speedway

FS1

1 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

6/3

Dover International Speedway

FS1

1 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

6/10

Pocono Raceway

FOX

1 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

6/17

Michigan International Speedway

FS1

1:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

6/24

Iowa Speedway

FS1

8:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

6/30

Daytona International Speedway

NBCSN

7:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

7/7

Kentucky Speedway

NBCSN

8 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

7/15

New Hampshire Motor Speedway

NBCSN

4 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

7/22

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

NBCSN

3:30 p.m.

IMS / SiriusXM

7/29

Iowa Speedway

NBC

3:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

8/5

Watkins Glen International

NBCSN

2 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

8/12

Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course

NBCSN

3:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

8/18

Bristol Motor Speedway

NBCSN

7:30 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

8/27

Road America

NBC

3 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

9/2

Darlington Raceway

NBCSN

3:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

9/8

Richmond International Raceway

NBCSN

7:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

9/16

Chicagoland Speedway

NBCSN

3:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

9/23

Kentucky Speedway

NBCSN

8 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

9/30

Dover International Speedway

NBCSN

3 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

10/6

Charlotte Motor Speedway

NBCSN

8 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

10/21

Kansas Speedway

NBC

3 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

11/4

Texas Motor Speedway

NBCSN

8:30 p.m.

PRN / SiriusXM

11/11

Phoenix International Raceway

NBC

3:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

11/18

Homestead-Miami Speedway

NBCSN

3:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

 

2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Schedule

Date

Location

Network

Race Start

Radio

2/24

Daytona International Speedway

FS1

7:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

3/4

Atlanta Motor Speedway

FS1

4:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

4/1

Martinsville Speedway

FS1

2:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

5/12

Kansas Speedway

FS1

8:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

5/19

Charlotte Motor Speedway

FS1

8:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

6/2

Dover International Speedway

FS1

5:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

6/9

Texas Motor Speedway

FS1

8 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

6/17

Gateway Motorsports Park

FS1

8:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

6/23

Iowa Speedway

FS1

8:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

7/6

Kentucky Speedway

FS1

7:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

7/19

Eldora Speedway

FS1

9 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

7/29

Pocono Raceway

FS1

1 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

8/12

Michigan International Speedway

FS1

1 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

8/16

Bristol Motor Speedway

FS1

8:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

9/3

Canadian Tire Motorsport Park

FS1

2:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

9/15

Chicagoland Speedway

FS1

8:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

9/23

New Hampshire Motor Speedway

FS1

1 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

9/30

Las Vegas Motor Speedway

FS1

8:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

10/14

Talladega Superspeedway

FOX

1 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

10/28

Martinsville Speedway

FS1

1:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

11/3

Texas Motor Speedway

FS1

8:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

11/10

Phoenix International Raceway

FS1

8:30 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

11/17

Homestead-Miami Speedway

FS1

8 p.m.

MRN / SiriusXM

Landon Cassill Pocono Preview

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Published in Sprint Cup Series News
Wednesday, 27 July 2016 12:05
NSCS Pocono Starts: 12
Best Pocono Finish: 14th


"I felt like my car wasn't bad at Pocono when we were there the first time. But, we got caught up in a wreck, and that's always frustrating there, whether it's your fault or not. I hate placing the blame on those wrecks because it doesn't really matter whose fault it was when I'm the one in the garage and not getting the finish that we wanted.


"We'll go back and stay on our toes on restarts, especially off of Turn 1 and down the backstretch because that's where it seems like things happen. I think if we have a car that's a little bit better than we were before, then I'll be able to move around a little bit more. But, at the end of the day, I've still got to protect my car."

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Chris Buescher Pocono Preview

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Published in Sprint Cup Series News
Wednesday, 27 July 2016 12:05
NSCS Pocono Starts: 1
Best Pocono Finish: 25th


"We had a pretty good run and a good finish at Indianapolis last weekend, and I think we can carry over some things from Indy to Pocono. There are a lot of similarities between the two tracks. I'm excited to get back to Pocono for the second time. Just going back to a race track for a second time with notes, with the same team, is something I've been looking forward to this second part of the season.

"I changed a lot of things throughout the race at Pocono the first time -- shifting points being a big one -- just figuring out how to be more efficient and how to get more speed out of the car. I'm really excited that we can go back and start off where I left off because we found a lot of speed in the last 30 laps of the race. In doing so, we burned more fuel and I ran us out a lap early. But, we can plan ahead for that so we don't run out of fuel this time."

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NASCAR’s #88 driver Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and Carolina Panthers #88 tight end Greg Olsen – together with presenting sponsor New Era – have teamed up to raise money for the Levine Children’s Hospital in Charlotte, North Carolina. Now in its third year, the fundraiser is appropriately dubbed “Weekend with the 88s,” and offers one lucky winner and their guest an unprecedented experience in sports spectating.

“Greg is a standup guy,” Earnhardt Jr. said. “What he does on the field is incredible, and the work he does off the field to raise money and awareness for Levine Children’s Hospital makes him that much more impressive. We have enjoyed being able to team up with him and his foundation for the past few years. This year, having the race in Charlotte on Saturday night and the Panthers playing on Monday Night Football will be a very unique experience for the winner.”

“Weekend with the 88s” runs Friday, Oct. 7 through Monday, Oct. 10. The winning fan and their guest will experience a world-class weekend in sports:

Friday, Oct. 7
  • Behind-the-scenes tour of JR Motorsports 
  • $200 gift certificate for the JR Nation retail store
  • Swag bag with NASCAR gear
  • Two garage passes and two Grandstand tickets to the Drive for the Cure 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway
Saturday, Oct. 8
  • Behind-the-scenes guided tour of Bank of America Stadium
  • Meet and Greet and photo opportunity with Greg Olsen
  • Assorted Carolina Panthers gear for two
  • Two garage passes and two Grandstand tickets for the Bank of America 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway
  • Meet and Greet and photo opportunity with Dale Earnhardt Jr. at Charlotte Motor Speedway
Sunday, Oct. 9
  • Two tickets to the NASCAR Hall of Fame
  • VIP Booth at Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s Whisky River restaurant and bar
  • $100 gift card to Whisky River
Monday, Oct. 10
  • Premium Tickets to Carolina Panthers Monday Night Football game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Parking pass at Bank of America Stadium
  • Pre-game sideline passes to watch the Panthers warmup in close-up action
Plus…
  • Double-occupancy room at The Ritz Carlton in Charlotte, N.C., for three nights
  • $100 gift card to BLT Steak Charlotte Restaurant

“I’m excited to team up with Dale Jr. again to give another fan a full-throttle, over-the-top weekend of their life,” Olsen said. “The best part about this event is that all proceeds benefit Levine Children’s Hospital – a place very near and dear to my heart and that of our greater Charlotte community.”

Only 8,888 raffle tickets valued at $18.88 will be sold. The raffle kicks off at 10 a.m. ET, July 27 and runs through Sept. 18 at 11:59 p.m. ET. The winner will be drawn on or about Sept. 20. All proceeds will benefit the Levine Children’s Hospital.

Fans can learn more about the raffle or purchase a ticket at www.weekendwiththe88s.com.

JR Motorsports PR

Penalty Report - Indianapolis

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Published in Sprint Cup Series News
Wednesday, 27 July 2016 11:51

Penalties have already been handed down in both the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and Camping World Truck Series.

Kevin Harvick's crew chief Rodney Childers has been given a one-race suspension, which means the leader of the No. 4 Jimmy John's Chevrolet will not be attending the Pennsylvania 400 at Pocono Raceway this weekend. Childers has also been fined $20,000 and placed on probation through the end of the year for a lugnut violation.

If Harvick wins this weekend's Cup event, it will not be the first time a driver has won without their 'coach'. No. 41 Chevrolet driver Kurt Busch won the previous event back in June at the 'tricky triangle' while his crew chief Tony Gibson was suspended.

The No. 5 Farmers Insurance and No. 27 Valvoline/Menards Chevrolets driven by Kasey Kahne and Paul Menard recieved written warnings for failing pre-race LIS. The same warnings were also issued to the teams of (Kurt) Busch and Aric Almirola for failing pre-qualifying template inspection twice.

Austin Wayne Self's No. 22 AM Technical Solutions Toyota was given a written warning due to truck trailing arms not meeting specifications during opening inspection.

Both series will head to Pocono Raceway for the Pocono Mountains 150 on Saturday at 1:00 PM ET and the Pennsylvania 400, which kicks off Sunday at 1:30 PM ET. Fox Sports 1 has the coverage of the trucks while the Cup event will be on NBC Sports Network. MRN and Sirius XM Channel 90 will also carry both races.

Daytona 500 champion Denny Hamlin is doing his part to support those who are still recovering from the devastating floods that hit Greenbrier County and other parts of West Virginia so hard on June 23.

The NASCAR star, an ambassador of The Greenbrier, will be at the White Sulphur Springs train station from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m., on Thursday, July 28, handing out toys and school supplies to any Greenbrier County student affected by the flood waters.

“The devastation in West Virginia, especially around Greenbrier County, was heartbreaking to see unfold,” said Hamlin, a regular on The Greenbrier’s golf courses, who wears the resort’s logo on the sleeve of his racing fire suit. “The area is full of hard-working, honest people that, unfortunately, lost a lot. I have seen a lot of other athletes and celebrities help the residents of West Virginia in various ways, and I wanted to give back, as well. Providing area children with new toys is just a small part of the rebuilding process, but hopefully it provides a little relief for the friends, family and neighbors of the Greenbrier.”

Joining Hamlin in the effort is Kyle Larson, who drives the No. 42 Target Chevy in NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series and recently won Aspen Dental Eldora Dirt Derby on NASCAR’s Camping World Truck Series.

“We’re really appreciative of these two drivers for taking time out of their busy schedules to help,” said Jim Justice, Owner and CEO, The Greenbrier. “A lot of kids in this area have been through so much over the past month, and this gesture will mean a great deal to them as their recovery continues.”

In February, Hamlin won NASCAR’s ultimate race when he took the checkered flag just ahead of Martin Truex Jr., at the Daytona 500. The 2006 Nextel Cup Rookie of the Year has won 27 Sprint Cup races over 12 years and finished second in the points race in 2010. Hamlin drives the No. 11 FedEx Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing and is currently locked into The Chase for the Sprint Cup, which kicks off at Chicagoland Speedway Sept. 18.

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NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
Infraction Date Track Team Level Infraction Penalty/Warning
7/24/2016 (post- race) Indianapolis No. 4 P3 Section 12.1; Section 10.11.3.4 Notes: Lug
Nut(s) not properly installed.
Crew chief (Rodney Childers) has been fined $20,000, suspended from all NASCAR Series Championship Points Events through August 3, 2016 and placed on NASCAR Probation through December 31, 2016.
7/24/16 (pre- race inspection) Indianapolis No. 5 (1), No. 27 (3), No. 83 (4) Warning Failed LIS twice, pre-race Written Warning
7/23/2016 (pre- qualifying inspection) Indianapolis No. 41 (2), No. 43 (2) Warning Failed template inpection twice, pre- qualifying Written Warning
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
Infraction Date Track Team Level Infraction Penalty/Warning
7/19/16 (opening day inspection) Eldora No. 22 (3) Warning Truck trailing arms did not meet specifications Written warning
() -- Total current warnings.        

During the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) race at Kentucky Speedway on July 9, 2016, Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s Fifth Third Ford was adorned with 53 names of brave individuals who are currently fighting or have fought a battle with cancer. Many of these names belonged to Fifth Third employees and their loved ones. As a result, Fifth Third is proud to announce that over $145,000 will be donated to Stand Up To Cancer.

“It was an honor to help Fifth Third raise funds and bring awareness to a great cause,” Stenhouse said. “We went to Fifth Third’s headquarters in Cincinnati on Thursday leading into the race weekend and got to meet with a lot of the employees who submitted names and individuals whose names appeared on the car. It was great to spend time with Willie (Rhodarmer), whose name was above my passenger window, and her family. Willie is a brave woman who is fighting cancer but still has a lot of spunk. Cancer affects so many so it’s awesome to see the support of Fifth Third to Stand Up To Cancer.”

A longtime supporter of Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C), Fifth Third Bank, in partnership with Ricky Stenhouse Jr., reached out to NASCAR fans asking them to #StandUpwithRicky and honor a friend or family member who has fought or is in the fight against cancer by sharing their story. For every story shared with the hashtag #StandUpwithRicky, Fifth Third Bank made a donation to Stand Up To Cancer.

Fifth Third will also continue its #howifight campaign through December 31. From running a 10K to bringing dinner to a neighbor fighting cancer, Fifth Third is encouraging everyone to share how they fight using #howifight. Fifth Third Bank will donate $1 per eligible hashtag usage to Stand Up To Cancer up to $500,000. You can see how people fight and get full details at 53.com/howifight. To date, Fifth Third Bank has donated over $6.3 million to Stand Up To Cancer.

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Ryan Blaney and the Motorcraft/Quick Lane Ford Fusion have been riding a roller coaster for the last six races and are due for an up cycle after a late-race wreck in Indianapolis pushed them to a 36th-place finish.

If the rookie driver’s first look at the Pocono Raceway in June is any indication of how he’ll fare this weekend, the Tricky Triangle should be a comfortable place to recover. He posted a 10th-place finish in his first Sprint Cup start at the Pennsylvania track.

This will be Wood Brothers Racing’s 58th start at Pocono. They’ve won twice (1975 and 1980) and are eager for another visit to victory lane.

“We had a decent run at Pocono earlier this year. We are optimistic about going back and try to better that result.”

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Pocono Raceway will always hold a special fondness for Martin Truex Jr., who overcame professional and personal setbacks when he scored an emotional victory at the 2.5-mile triangular track in June of 2015.

“No question that was a special moment that will never be erased from my racing memory,” said Truex. “Our never-give-up attitude paid off, and launched us into a new level of performance that we’ve been enjoying ever since that magical day at Pocono Raceway.”

Truex, who reached the final four in the Chase playoffs last year, currently ranks seventh in driver points. His season to date includes one win, three top fives, nine top 10s, and the 989 laps that he has led leads the Sprint Cup Series.

Truex will be looking to add to those numbers in Sunday’s Pennsylvania 400, driving the No. 78 Furniture Row/Denver Mattress Toyota.

“We’ve had some tough luck at Pocono since that victory, but we had the performance to be a contender,” noted Truex. “We have the data and feel if we can avoid the bad breaks we will again be a contender.”

In the second Sprint Cup Series race at Pocono last year, Truex appeared to have a third-place finish locked up with the checkered flag only a few laps away. But then the unexpected happened. His car ran out of fuel as did a number of other cars, including the two leaders.

“The fuel issue caught all of us by surprise,” said Truex, who went from third to 19th when the checkered flag waved.

In this year’s June race, Truex arrived at Pocono on an ultimate high. He was coming off one of the most dominant victories in NASCAR history, winning the Coca-Cola 600 by leading 392 of 400 laps at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

“We had the momentum going into Pocono, but had a weird issue happen to us,” stated Truex.

He was right about his reference to a weird issue. As Truex was running in the top five, he came down pit road for a tire and fuel stop. But when one of the flying lug nuts came off the right-rear tire it found its way behind the wheel. When Truex returned to the track, it didn’t take long before that tire blew due to the lug nut shearing off the inner stem valve.

“Pocono is a tough track as it is, you can’t afford these kinds of issues,” explained Truex. “Pocono’s tricky triangular shape is not the easiest to maneuver on. The tunnel turn at Pocono is one of the toughest, it’s definitely intimidating. The hardest thing about that turn is that it’s flat and you’re carrying so much speed. If you want to contend at Pocono, you better figure out that turn or it will be a long day.”

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