Hopefully vintage cars will quell fan boredom at Pocono
There is so little activity during the Pocono weekend fans show up only to be bored out of their minds and never return. Hopefully the midget racing added this year and the stepped up vintage car activity will help
LONG POND -- In one week, Pocono Raceway will welcome the nation and some of the world’s best open wheel racers when the Verizon IndyCar Series gets set to run the ABC Supply 500.
Long before NASCAR ruled at the Tricky Triangle, it was IndyCar that shined between 1971-89. The Series returned in 2013 and it’s been a perfect match since as the track was originally built for Indy cars and so much of the history of Pocono is centered on the open-wheelers.
Much of that heyday of the track and open-wheel racing in general will be a major part to the weekend as the “Vintage Celebration at Pocono Raceway” will bring history alive with an amazing display of restored Indy cars presented by Classic Racing Times (CRT).
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