Pocono Raceway - Long Pond, PA
Sunday, August 3, TBA ET
Race is called - Jeff Gordon wins!
Jeff Gordon takes the win, followed by Kasey Kahne, Martin Trues Jr., Brad Keselowski, Tony Stewart, Ryan Newman, Carl Edwards, Clint Bowyer, Regan Smith and Marcos Ambrose.
Note: Results below to do reflect the race speeds of drivers.
Lap 99: Red flag - NASCAR brings cars down pit road at Pocono.
Lap 98: Jeff Gordon has won at Pocono in the rain before - in 2007. Will his winless streak end with a similar scenario today?
Lap 97: It's starting to rain at Pocono. Drivers still under caution.
Lap 96: The running order right now: Jeff Gordon, Kasey Kahne, Martin Truex Jr., Brad Keselowski, Tony Stewart, Ryan Newman, Carl Edwards, Clint Bowyer, Regan Smith, Marcos Ambrose, Paul Menard, Mark Martin, Joey Logano, Jimmie Johnson and Greg Biffle.
Lap 95: Kasey Kahne has a flat right rear tire. Since he's second, and the rain is coming, he's going to stay out if he can ride on it.
Lap 95: NASCAR is working on sorting the field out after the crash. It's looking pretty overcast at the track.
Lap 92: Brad Keselowski weaves his way through the crash cleanly, but loses position. Jeff Gordon is the leader.
CAUTION 3 - Lap 91: Jimmie Johnson and Matt Kenseth slide at the front while battling for the lead. Johnson loose on the inside, collides with Kenseth. Kenseth spins through the field, then collides with Denny Hamlin.
Lap 91 - RESTART: Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth, Brad Keselowski, Greg Biffle, Kasey Kahne, Jeff Gordon, Carl Edwards, Martin Truex Jr., Ryan Newman and Tony Stewart lead the field.
Lap 87: Pit road will be open. Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth, Brad Keselowski, Greg Biffle, Mark Martin, Kasey Kahne, Jeff Gordon, Carl Edwards, Martin Truex Jr. and Ryan Newman are the top 10. Mark Martin is one of nine drivers to pit.
CAUTION 2 - Lap 86 - Kirt Busch hits the wall.
Lap 83: With rain looming, some drivers are going to be working to conserve fuel.
Lap 80: Clouds appear at Pocono Raceway at the halfway point. The top 10 now are Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth, Brad Keselowski, Kurt Busch, Greg Biffle, Mark Martin, Kasey Kahne, Jeff Gordon, Carl Edwards and Martin Truex Jr.
Lap 79: Jimmie Johnson retakes the lead.
Lap 78: Kasey Kahne pits - having a slow stop. Jeff Gordon, Sam Hornish Jr. among others pitting.
Lap 77: Leader Jimmie Johnson, Ryan Newman, Tony Stewart among those pitting. Four-tire change for Johnson.
Lap 75: Clint Bowyer, Jeff Burton among those pitting.
Lap 74: Regan Smith, Aric Almirola and Kevin Harvick among those pitting.
Lap 73: Kyle Busch penalized for speeding on pit road.
Lap 71: Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth, Kasey Kahne, Greg Biffle, Jeff Gordon, Carl Edwards, Ryan Newman, Martin Truex Jr., Tony Stewart and Clint Bowyer are the top 10 at this point.
Lap 70: Denny Hamlin, Paul Menard pit.
Lap 70: Joey Logano pits. Logano is the most recent winner at Pocono - and one of the drivers battling for a wild-card spot with the Chase nearing.
Lap 70: Ten laps to the halfway point. Jimmie Johnson continues to set the pace.
Lap 69: Dale Earnhardt Jr. returns to the track.
Lap 68: Jimmie Johnson continues to lead. Matt Kenseth is 3.7-seconds behind him.
Lap 67: Brad Keselowski is 22nd after his stop.
Lap 66: Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth, Kasey Kahne, Greg Biffle and Jeff Gordon round out the top five.
Lap 65: Brad Keselowski pits.
Lap 64: Dale Earnhardt Jr., on his transmission problem: "We put it in yesterday during qualifying and it was fine. When the race started it was kind of aggressive there was a bit of a vibration and the car was just out of time. It started missing some shifts. It was difficult to get it into gear and then finally from third to fourth coming out of the tunnel, it didn’t have any fourth. I went to third and it didn’t have any third."
Lap 62: Look who's picking up the pace. Jeff Gordon, running seventh, is the fastest on the track. Gordon has five career wins at Pocono.
Lap 61: Mark Martin pits.
Lap 60: Jimmie Johnson is owning this track now. Johnson has a lead of 3.638 seconds over second-running Matt Kenseth.
Lap 58: Jimmie Johnson continues to lead, followed by Matt Kenseth, Brad Keselowski, Kasey Kahne and Greg Biffle. Kahne just posted the fastest lap on the track.
Lap 56: Jimmie Johnson, a two-time winner at Pocono Raceway, continues to set the pace. Johnson has 15 top-10 finishes, nine of them top fives, at Pocono. He enters this race with an average finish of 8.8 at the track and 518 previous laps led.
Lap 53: Jimmie Johnson has a 2.7-second lead over Brad Keselowski. Matt Kenseth, Mark Martin and Kasey Kahne round out the top five.
Lap 52: NEW LEADER - Jimmie Johnson retakes the lead.
Lap 52: Kurt Busch gives up the lead to pit.
Lap 51: Kurt Busch leads, with David Ragan second. Busch has not pitted.
Lap 50: Dale Earnhardt Jr. off the pace. He is having some transmission problems and is heading straight to the garage. Earnhardt Jr., the points leader, has led 17 laps today.
Lap 49: Matt Kenseth, Juan Pablo Montoya, Kasey Kahne, Carl Edwards, Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart among those pitting. Kenseth had taken the lead. Edwards takes four tires and his team makes a chassis adjustment.
Lap 48: Leader Jimmie Johnson pits. Dale Earnhardt Jr., Greg Biffle also pitting.
Lap 47: Denny Hamlin, Clint Bowyer among those pitting.
Lap 47: Jimmie Johnson now leads by more than two seconds. How many drivers are within five seconds of him? Two - second-running Dale Earnhardt Jr. and third-running Matt Kenseth.
Lap 45: Three Hendrick cars are in the top five - and Kasey Kahne, in fourth, just ran the fastest lap on the track.
Lap 44: Jimmie Johnson takes command once he takes the lead. He now leads Dale Earnhardt Jr. by more than a second.
Lap 41: Jimmie Johnson, the series' most recent winner, is setting the pace now. Dale Earnhardt Jr. is second. Matt Kenseth, Greg Biffle and Kasey Kahne round out the top five.
Lap 40: NEW LEADER - Jimmie Johnson has taken the lead from Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Lap 39: Jimmie Johnson closes in and storms around Dale Earnhardt Jr. for the lead.
Lap 39: Dale Earnhardt Jr. continues his run at the front, but Jimmie Johnson has chipped into that lead more.
Lap 38: Jimmie Johnson is closing in on teammate Dale Earnhardt Jr. at the front. He trails by just over six-tenths of a second.
Lap 36: For the second straight week, Brad Keselowski and crew chief Paul Wolfe are gambling on a different pit strategy. Keselowski is 34th after his stop.
Lap 35: Jimmie Johnson passes Matt Kenseth to take second.
Lap 34: Dale Earnhardt Jr. leads Matt Kenseth, Jimmie Johnson, Greg Biffle, Kasey Kahne, Ryan Newman, Carl Edwards, Paul Menard, Jeff Gordon and Clint Bowyer.
Lap 32: NEW LEADER - Dale Earnhardt Jr. takes the top spot.
Lap 32: Brad Keselowski pits, returning the lead to Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Lap 31: Mark Martin, who stayed out during the competition caution, pits.
Lap 28: Brad Keselowski continues to lead, but Dale Earnhardt Jr. continues to chip into his edge, lap by lap.
Lap 26: Mark Martin is slipping back through the field now. Meanwhile. Dale Earnhardt Jr. is just four-tenths of a second behind leader Brad Keselowski.
Lap 24: NEW LEADER - Brad Keselowski slips into the lead, moving around Jamie McMurray. Dale Earnhardt Jr. follows Keselowski and is second.
Lap 23: Jamie McMurray leads with Brad Keselowski on his bumper. Dale Earnhardt Jr. is up to third.
Lap 23: RESTART - Jamie McMurray, Mark Martin, Brad Keselowski and Dale Earnhardt Jr. lead the field back to the green.
Lap 22: Jamie McMurray, Mark Martin and Brad Keselowski stayed out and will lead the restart.
Lap 21: Dale Earnhardt Jr. wins the race off pit road once more.
Lap 20: Dale Earnhardt Jr. leads most of the field down pit road. Kasey Kahne, Denny Hamlin, Matt Kenseth and Jimmie Johnson the top five into the pits. Top teams take two tires.
Lap 20: Teams are getting ready for pit stops, as this will also serve as the planned competition caution.
CAUTION 1 - Lap 19: Kyle Busch will go straight to the garage after hitting the wall.
Lap 19: Kyle Busch slams into the wall.
Lap 18: Dale Earnhardt Jr. continues to pull away, but the competition caution is coming soon.
Lap 17: Kasey Kahne, in second, runs the fastest lap on the track. But he still trails Hendrick teammate Dale Earnhardt Jr. by 2.57 seconds. Denny Hamlin, Matt Kenseth and Kurt Busch round out the top five.
Lap 15: Denny Hamlin is now fighting to remain second as Kasey Kahne is challenging him for the spot. Kahne takes second.
Lap 14: Unlike the previous leaders, Dale Earnhardt Jr. is pulling away now that he's in front. He has a 1.65-second lead over Denny Hamlin.
Lap 12: NEW LEADER - Dale Earnhardt Jr. takes the lead.
Lap 11: Dale Earnhardt Jr., running second, posts the fastest lap on the track.
Lap 9: Here comes Hendrick: Kasey Kahne slips to the inside of Kurt Busch to take fourth as Dale Earnhardt Jr. then whips around Juan Pablo Montoya for second.
Lap 8: NEW LEADER: Denny Hamlin takes the lead from Montoya on Lap 7.
Lap 7: Juan Pablo Montoya has Denny Hamlin on his bumper - Hamlin is moving to the inside on the frontstretch. Hamlin is around Montoya - and Dale Earnhardt Jr. is tight on Montoya's bumper as well.
Lap 6: Points leader Dale Earnhardt Jr. moves past Kurt Busch for third.
Lap 5: Juan Pablo Montoya continues to lead, but Denny Hamlin isn't giving him any breathing room. Hamlin has four wins at this track.
Lap 3: Juan Pablo Montoya still leads. After a somewhat frantic battle early, the field is mostly a single-file string around the track at this point.
Lap 2: Denny Hamlin and Juan Pablo Montoya battling for the lead again, but suddenly Hamlin has pressure from Marcos Ambrose for second. These drivers are wasting no time today.
Lap 1: Denny Hamlin is mounting a challenge on polesitter Juan Pablo Montoya for the lead. Hamlin briefly moves ahead, then Montoya takes the spot.
2:58 p.m. ET: Green Flag!
2:57 p.m. ET: Ready to go? Drivers are - and the green flag is coming.
2:52 p.m. ET: NASCAR drivers are on the track and ready to race at Pocono. Unfortunately, predictions call for the possibility of more rain at the track this afternoon.
2:47 p.m. ET: Command to start is given. Drivers ready to roll off onto the track.
2:43 p.m. ET: Drivers are climbing into their cars for the command to start engines.
2:31 p.m. ET: National anthem - with the sound of jet dryers roaring in the background.
2:25 p.m ET: Drivers are hanging out and talking on pit road.
2 p.m. ET: Drivers introductions are under way.
1:53 p.m. ET: Track officials say the national anthem will be at 2:30 p.m. ET. Jet dryers continue to work on the track.
1:36 p.m. ET: NASCAR says that driver introductions will now be at 2 p.m. ET.
1:30 p.m. ET: Track drying continues at Pocono. Remember, this is a track that does not have lights - and forecasts says there's the possibility of more rain later today.
1:10 p.m. ET: Jet dryers are on the track working to get it race ready. The rain at the track has ceased for now.
12:45 p.m. ET: Rain at Pocono Raceway is going to delay the start of today's race significantly.
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