Saturday, June 4, 2016

Luck Finally Rains on Larson in Pocono!

Kyle Larson held off a run from Erik Jones just before the race ending caution flag came out. NASCAR decided since the race was past half way and rain kept falling that they would call the Inaugural Xfinity Series race from the Pocono Mountains. Kyle Larson has had a sting of bad luck after losing the All-Star Race on the last lap. Larson finally had luck raining down on him literally. A Jet Dryer caught on fire and no one was harmed during the attempt to dry the track and also during the rain delay reports circulating around the track indicate there was a fight between the teams of Ryan Sieg and Ryan Reed. We will report more once we hear more.

Results

1 42 Kyle Larson
2 20 Erik Jones
3 3 Ty Dillon
4 18 Kyle Busch
5 22 Joey Logano
6 1 Elliott Sadler
7 2 Paul Menard
8 33 Brandon Jones
9 19 Daniel Suarez
10 88 Alex Bowman
11 98 Aric Almirola
12 48 Brennan Poole
13 44 J.J. Yeley
14 62 Brendan Gaughan
15 11 Blake Koch
16 6 Darrell Wallace Jr.
17 01 Ryan Preece
18 28 Dakoda Armstrong
19 4 Ross Chastain
20 90 Mario Gosselin
21 07 Ray Black Jr.
22 78 B J McLeod
23 52 Joey Gase
24 97 Alex Guenette
25 25 Ryan Ellis
26 46 Brandon Gdovic
27 0 Garrett Smithley
28 15 Todd Peck
29 39 Ryan Sieg
30 74 Mike Harmon
31 51 Jeremy Clements
32 13 T.J. Bell
33 16 Ryan Reed
34 14 Jeff Green
35 89 Morgan Shepherd
36 93 Josh Wise
37 70 Derrike Cope
38 40 Carl Long
39 7 Justin Allgaier
40 10 Matt DiBenedetto

Next Weekend

The NASCAR Xfinity Series head's back to familiar territory in Michigan next Saturday Afternoon for the Menards 250 presented by Valvoline. Drivers like Justin Allgaier, Ryan Reed, Jeremy Clements, and a few other drivers look to Michigan for them to forget The Pocono Triangle also known as the Bermuda Triangle.