Pennsylvania 400 2015 News and Updates
6/5/14 - Do you remember last year's exhilarating GoBowling.com 400 race, where six-time champ Jimmie Johnson led for 43 of the first 76 laps before a flat tire took him out? He'll be sure to make up for it when the GoBowling.com 400 takes off in two months (Aug 3). Johnson posts the best average finish at the track, but will Tony Stewart take the victory this summer? He's achieved four top-10 finishes as Pocono his last four races, three of them being in the top five. See which talented driver can navigate through the Tricky Triangle, and the equally tricky competition, with GoBowling.com 400 tickets!
We knocking down pins or watching racing here? Well it’s actually the 2nd of two NASCAR races held at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pennsylvania and highlights a groundbreaking, multi-faceted partnership deal for two of America’s great past times. Let’s just hope there are no bowling balls rolling down these lanes. The track is nicknamed “The Tricky Triangle” because it has 3 turns with 3 different radii and 3 different degrees of banking. This means serious action for the fans and a competitive challenge to the drivers and their crews.
Last year’s race was a highly competitive one with multiple leaders. The winner was determined in the final laps as Kasey Kahne took the lead back from Jeff Gordon and hung on for the win.
During race weekends the track hosts the Infield Block Party on Friday and Saturday nights which is FREE for Grandstand, Trackside and Infield Camping guests. GoBowling.com 400 tickets start at only $60 each.