Pocono International Raceway
Web site: http://www.poconoraceway.com/
Questions forum: Driving Pocono International Raceway forum
Address: Long Pond Rd, Long Pond, PA 18334
I stayed at the Best Western down the road (just off I-80). It was pretty much like any other in the chain, but the people working there were very helpful and accomodating.
Pocono International Raceway turn-by-turn Track Debrief Form and track map. Take this with you to the track to keep driver notes and car setup records.
This is a track in PA. The facilities are completely designed around the NASCAR series, but much of the schedule is filled with car clubs/driver's schools/stock car experience programs/etc. The facilities are pretty old now and are generally modest at best. The food is sometimes as good as mediocre.
Three different interior road course configurations can be run simultaneously. The pit road setup is interesting, and has been criticized for its unique difficulties.
I haven't driven the north course, but the pavement on the central and south courses are pretty "lumpy." They don't have pavement patches or torn pavement, but the land wasn't really graded before paving, it's just there.
The follow sections describe the turns or series of turns on the race track in a step by step detail from various people who have driven the track
GPS Track Map and Vehicle Dynamics
Typical Lap Times
Double Infield Counterclockwise
Pocono double infield course
720p HD version of the above video available on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNdUHdYStUs
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