On Sunday, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series returns to Pocono Raceway for their second event at the 2.5 mile track located in Long Pond, PA.
In the first at Pocono Jimmie Johnson dominated the field and unsurprisingly the driver of the No. 48 Chevrolet will start on the pole for Go Bowling.com 400. Johnson also enjoys a hefty points lead in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series standings.
The race will be 4oo miles which equates to 160 circuits around the triangular Pocono Raceway.
Coverage of the of the race will air on ESPN beginning at 1:00 pm EST with the green flag set to wave at 1:20 pm EST. Allen Bestwick, Dale Jarrett and Andy Petree will call the race from the booth while Dave Burns, Jamie Little, Dr. Jerry Punch and Vince Welch will be on pit road.
Those listening on the radio can tune into MRN Radio or Sirius XM 90.