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Location: Pocono Raceway
Date: Sunday, July 30
Time: 3 p.m. ET
Length: 160 laps/400 miles
Stage 1: Ends on lap 50
Stage 2: Ends on lap 100
Final Stage: Scheduled for lap 160
Live stream: NBC Sports App
Will NASCAR have another amazement in the Pennsylvania 400? Here’s the means by which to watch the Beast Vitality NASCAR Glass Arrangement race at Pocono live, on television and on the web.
The Creature Vitality NASCAR Glass Arrangement comes back to Pocono this end of the week for the Pennsylvania 400, which was one of the additionally astonishing races of the 2016 season. What will occur here in 2017?
A year ago’s Pennsylvania 400 gave Chris Buescher a sudden win when the race was sliced short because of substantial mist over the track. That was after the race had just been postponed by rain. So will climate play a factor again on Sunday? Or, then again will another unexpected victor take the checkered banner and also a spot in the postseason Pursue?
Be that as it may, there are different storylines to follow in the Pennsylvania 400, as well. The 2016 version saw Martin Truex Jr. set up a quick lap to win the post, yet Truex will be dashing Sunday without two of his team individuals after they got into a yelling match with Kyle Busch’s group boss Adam Stevens. Will that have any impact on his pit stops and in this way his race?
In the interim, Brad Keselowski might positively want to praise his new contract augmentation with a win, and obviously we’re all still on Dale Earnhardt Jr. Watch to check whether he can get one more triumph in his goodbye season. There’s parcels going ahead at Pocono on Sunday, so make certain that you’re tuned in for all the NASCAR activity.
Site: Long Pond, Pennsylvania
Schedule: Sunday, qualifying, 11:30 a.m., NBCSN, race, 3 p.m., NBCSN.
Track: Pocono Raceway (oval, 2.5 miles)
Race distance: 400 miles, 160 laps.
Last year: Chris Buescher won his first Cup race.
Last week: Kasey Kahne snapped a nearly three-year drought with a win at Indianapolis.
Fast facts: Kahne had gone 102 races between wins. … Alex Bowman will fill Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s No. 88 seat in 2018, while Earnhardt will move to NBC in moves announced this week. Team Penske goes to Pocono with new deals in place for Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski and a third seat set for Ryan Blaney. Kyle Larson, currently second in Cup points, won a sprint car race Monday in Ontario.
Next race: I Love New York 355, Aug. 6, Watkins Glen International, Watkins Glen, New York.
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