Since seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion, Jimmie Johnson, let everyone know he’s leaving Hendrick Motorsports at the close of this season, there’s been a lot of speculation about who will ultimately drive the No. 48 Chevrolet. There are several not-so viable candidates and several quite possible ones. Given the youth and inexperience that currently occupies the secure teams at the organization, there is a very real chance that team owners Rick Hendrick and Jeff Gordon will look for a more seasoned driver to provide mentorship to their otherwise young driver lineup.
Pocono and Utah NASCAR Race Review is presented by host Sharon Burton and co-host Sal Sigala at 8:30 pm ET. Join us for the smartest race talk around! Then stick around for Hot Topics Sound Off at 10 pm ET with co-host Andy Laskey and our Fan4Racing crew!
This episode centers around Pocono Raceway for the NASCAR Cup doubleheader, Xfinity, Gander RV & Outdoors Truck, and ARCA Menards Series along with the ARCA West at Utah Motorsports Campus.
First, we provide a brief review of the ARCA Menards Series at Pocono and the ARCA West races at Utah Motorsports Campus. Then, our guest Jesse Love with Bill McAnally Racing joins the conversation to talk about winning the first Twin event at Utah Motorsports Campus.
Also, NASCAR Xfinity Series driver, Joe Graf Jr joins in to talk about his 2020 season in the No. 08 with SS Greenlight Racing. We also give a review of the Xfinity and Gander & RV Outdoors Truck Series race at Pocono Raceway.
Next, ARCA West driver Blaine Perkins with Sunrise Ford joins in to chat about winning the second Twin event at Utah Motorsports Campus. Then, we review the NASCAR Cup Series doubleheader at Pocono.
Next is Hot Topics Sound Off with our Fan4Racing Crew.
Harvick and Hamlin Win Pocono Doubleheader in the NASCAR Cup Series Pocono Organics 325 and the Pocono 350 at Pocono Raceway on June 27, 28, 2020.
NASCAR told fans in 2019 that Pocono Raceway would play host for a doubleheader weekend of NASCAR Cup Series racing in 2020. On Saturday and Sunday, they ran two races on the “Tricky Triangle” at the 2.5-mile track. Pocono Raceway is the only track on the schedule with just three corners. Each corner is very different, making it tough for teams to find the right balance in their cars.