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NASCAR Good Sam 500 At Pocono About To Resume

Joey Logano may yet grab his second-career Sprint Cup victory today at the Pocono Raceway, but he is going to have to race for it a little longer. The track is finally dry, so the Good Sam RV Insurance 500 is about to resume after a stoppage of just under two hours.

Kurt Busch and Brad Keselowski, who had pitted just before the race was stopped at lap 124, will cycle to the front of the field when the other leaders hit pit road. Tony Stewart, the "free pass" driver on this caution to get back on the lead lap, also pitted just prior to the yellow but will hit pit road to work on his Chevrolet.

The racing is likely to be exciting once the race resumes, with a green race track and the long delay effectively making for another race start. There is still some rain left in the distance, so the moment the green flag drops effectively starts the dash for the checkered flag.

Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.