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10 Best and Worst Lessons We Learned at the Pocono 400

The anomaly track on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series circuit was repaved, making it treacherously fast and a bit of new game for drivers. The track was forgiving for most participants, but schooled others. On a track that is a little like Indianapolis Speedway, a bit like a road course and fast as a superspeedway, setups become intriguing. The teams that hit on the right one became contenders. After several days of testing, NASCAR, drivers and teams were comfortable with the speeds and tossed thoughts of a restrictor plate, despite speeds of 212-plus mph. Grip level is high on a new surface, tires don't fall off and the high speeds use more fuel. Strategy was part of the plan that could make the critical difference in ...

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