Pocono Raceway has long been known as "The Tricky Triangle," but this time, the unique 2-and-a-half mile, three-turn racetrack in Pennsylvania will likely be even trickier for Sprint Cup Series teams to figure out.
This weekend, it’s the Pocono 400 and the track has received a new coat of asphalt since the series last competed there 10 months ago. It's the first time Pocono has been repaved since 1995. And the race distance at Pocono is also shorter than it normally has been in the past.
Each event at Pocono had been scheduled for 500 miles since the series began competing at the track in 1974. AM 1590 and FM 95.5 will have live coverage of the Pocono 400 beginning at Noon Sunday. Coming up a week from Sunday, on Father’s Day, it’s the Quicken Loans 400 at Michigan International Speedway.