POCONO 400 AT POCONO RACEWAY
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Pocono 400 at Pocono Raceway Tickets
Event: Pocono Doubleheader
Location: Pocono Raceway
Dates: June 25–28, 2020
Racing Association: NASCAR
Racing Format: Two NASCAR Cup Series races, one at 325 miles and one at 350 miles
Pocono Doubleheader TicketsThe Pocono Raceway has been the host site for the Pocono 400 NASCAR Cup series race for many years, but the Pocono 400 has been replaced by the Pocono Doubleheader for the 2020 season. This is the first doubleheader for NASCAR. The races will run on Saturday and Sunday. The first race on Saturday will be seeded by the NASCAR Cup qualifying race, and the second NASCAR Cup Series race will be seeded by the inverted field of drivers. All the special features are the same, though. You will still be able to participate in available attractions like the pit/paddock driver and garage access feature while watching the races from advantageous viewpoints. The racetrack is family-friendly and has a playground and a dog park, and kids ages 12 and under can access most areas and activities for free. The Pocono Doubleheader is a first in NASCAR history. Grab your Pocono Doubleheader tickets at StubHub.
Where is the Pocono Doubleheader held?The Pocono Doubleheader is held at the Pocono Raceway in the Pocono Mountains — a sporting venue that is a longtime host of several NASCAR stock car races. The racetrack is known as the "Tricky Triangle" and is a unique track, with the longest front-stretch on the NASCAR circuit and three distinctive turns. The facility has free Wi-Fi, general concessions, special concession areas for a fee and a Pit/Paddock area for close-up access to the drivers.
What races take place at the Pocono Doubleheader?There are five races set for the Pocono Doubleheader. The races run Thursday through Sunday and include the ARCA Menards Series, the NASCAR Xfinity Series, the NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series and two NASCAR Cup Series races.
What is the schedule for the Pocono Doubleheader?The schedule for the Pocono Doubleheader is a new format for the fall NASCAR racing event. There are five races instead of four because of a doubleheader two-race schedule for the NASCAR Cup Series and the NASCAR Cup races being set for 325 miles and 350 miles instead of 400 miles. The General Tire #AnywhereIsPossible 200 ARCA Menards Series takes place on Thursday at 4:15 p.m. Eastern time, the NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series 150 and the NASCAR Cup Series Race 325 takes place on Saturday at noon Eastern time and 3 p.m. Eastern time, respectively, and the Pocono Green 225 Recycled by J.P. Mascaro & Sons – NASCAR Xfinity Series Race and the NASCAR Cup Series Race 350 will run on Sunday at noon Eastern time and 3:30 p.m. Eastern time, respectively.
What accommodation options are available at the Pocono Doubleheader?There are plenty of camping options for fans attending the Pocono Doubleheader. You can camp directly at the Pocono Raceway facility or nearby at the Pocono Raceway Campground, which is located just a mile away. Directly at the Pocono Raceway, you can rent from one of their 10 RV and tent sites, each of which has differing degrees of amenities including pit/paddock access, full hookups, 50-amp electric hookups, racetrack viewpoints and more.
What amenities are available to campers at the Pocono Doubleheader?Every site has access to features like the Block Party, Infield Entertainment that includes live music on Friday and Saturday nights, shuttle service, a dog park, playground and activities at the welcome center. Two of the camping areas have tent sites. The Pocono Raceway Campground is located on Long Pond Road and is 1 mile east of the racetrack. There are 34 full hookup RV sites with 30 amps, 25 water and electric 50-amp sites and 35 tent sites.
Where can I get Pocono Doubleheader tickets?Get your Pocono Doubleheader tickets, and more, at StubHub.
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