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If the sport of racing needs a cathedral where the sport became almost holy for its fans, then it has to be Pocono. For people with no prior knowledge of it, suffice it to say, it is THE track. Pocono Raceway is located in the town of Long Pond, State of Pennsylvania in the United States of America. It is at the base of the majestic and awe inspiring Pocono Mountains. The track was opened for racing for the first time in 1974. What sets it apart from the rest of the race tracks that are owned by International Speedway Corporation or Speedway Motorsports is the fact that Pocono is owned by the Mattioli family.
The track has a total of 2.5 miles (4,000 meters) and has a triangular shape. The curves are more closed than those of the other speedways. Combined with the soft cant, this raises the average speed which is much higher than in other tracks which are similar to it. Pocono possesses several mixed configurations: the full layout measures 4,000 meters long, and tours north, south and east have an area of 2,400, 1,600 and 2,200 meters respectively.
The NASCAR Cup Series organizes two races there every year in the oval. The first is called "Pocono 500" and has been played since 1982, always in mid-June. It used to be previously held at the Texas World Speedway. The second, held since 1974, is called "Pennsylvania 500", and takes place in late July or early August. Since 2012, the races were reduced to a length of 400 miles (640 km), so that its name changed accordingly. From 2010, the NASCAR Truck Series which is run over 200 miles has become the opening act of the second NASCAR Cup date.
The USAC National Champion Series which later became the CART were both held at Pocono between 1971 and 1989, initially in late June or early July and from mid-August 1982. Also called "Pocono 500" and was one of the longest championships with the Indianapolis 500 . The Indy Lights was opening for the Pocono CART from 1986-1989.The IMSA GT Championship visited Pocono eight times in the 1970s and 1980s, using the full mixed layout. Wait no more and grab your Pocono Raceway tickets right away!
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