Saturday July 30, 2016
  • ARCA: Chase Briscoe Wins Fourth Straight - Pocono 2016
  • ARCA: Chase Briscoe is able to gain a big lead on John Wes Townley and takes home the checkered flag for the fourth consecutive ARCA race.

  • Jeff Gordon willing to sub for Earnhardt as long as needed
  • LONG POND, Pa. (AP) Jeff Gordon weaved his way through a mob of fans lined the outside the media center, all screaming for an autograph from a driver they thought would never again wear a firesuit.

  • Martin Truex Jr. wins NASCAR pole at Pocono Raceway
  • LONG POND, Pa. (AP) Martin Truex Jr. turned a lap of 179.244 mph and won the pole Friday at Pocono Raceway.

  • NY judge: Tony Stewart's insurer off the hook in Ward suit
  • UTICA, N.Y. (AP) A federal judge ruled Friday that the insurance carrier for NASCAR driver Tony Stewart does not have to defend or indemnify him in a lawsuit brought by the family of a driver who died after being struck by Stewart's car during a race.

  • Xfinity drivers eye Chase spots with Iowa win
  • NEWTON, Iowa (AP) Erik Jones, Daniel Suarez and Elliott Sadler are guaranteed spots in the NASCAR Xfinity Chase as long as they start each of the next nine races.

  • ARCA: Gus Dean Strikes Crew Members on Pit Road - Pocono 2016
  • Gus Dean strikes two of his own crew members after an apparent brake failure on pit road at Pocono.

  • Sprint Cup Series could use a Richard Childress Racing victory
  • No disrespect to pole-sitter Martin Truex Jr. or any of the Toyotas in the field at Pocono Raceway, but an RCR victory is needed to shake up NASCAR right now.

  • Pocono notebook: Is Gordon just what the doctor ordered?
  • By Reid Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service

  • Qualifying results at Pocono as Martin Truex Jr. wins pole
  • Check out Friday's qualifying results that set the starting lineup for this Sunday's Pennsylvania 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Pocono Raceway.

  • Brad Keselowski offers insight on starting his race team
  • Brad Keselowski sits down with Adam Alexander and shares his story on how he was able to start Brad Keselowski Racing.


    Daytona_Intl_Speedway (54K) Superspeedways are oval racetracks that are greater than two miles in length. The two most famous superspeedways are the Daytona International Speedway and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. In 1988 after a few horrific crashes at both Daytona and Talladega NASCAR introduced the restrictor plate for each of the respected tracks. The reduced power affects not only the maximum speed reached by the cars but the time it takes them to achieve their full speed as well, which can be nearly one full lap of the track. The racing seen at superspeedways today is extremely tight; often in rows of three or four cars wide, and sometimes even 5 wide on the straightaways throughout most of the field, as the tracks are wide enough to permit such racing. Today The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series runs on 6 Superspeedway Race Tracks. Follow the links below to learn more about each Superspeedway race track.



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