NASCAR Notes: Pocono’s Chaotic Storylines

LONG POND, Pa. — In years past, Pocono Raceway’s NASCAR Cup Series events have been best known for long green-flag runs and fuel strategy. Sunday’s race was sold-out as Pocono marked its 50th season of hosting NASCAR. • Earlier in the race, Austin Dillon threw his helmet at Tyler Reddick’s No. • After the checkered flag, Ryan Preece ran to Corey LaJoie’s race car where a confrontation ensued. Preece’s car was stalled on the track before the caution flag waved, promptly ending the race. • For the first time in his Cup Series career, Ty Gibbs scored a top-five result in fifth. 54 Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing, Gibbs had slightly fresher tires at the end of the race, helping the reigning NASCAR Xfinity Series champion surge to the front. It was Stenhouse’s second top-10 result in the past three races.

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