NASCAR at Pocono 2014: Live Results and Analysis from Pocono 400

Michael Guadalupe@The_GuadaFeatured ColumnistJune 8, 2014

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Dale Earnhardt Jr. wins his first race at Pocono!

Brad Keselowski dominated the first 75 laps of Pocono. The two car was able to get out in front from the first Lap, and no one could pass him.

Until Tony Stewart made his way to the front after a caution for debris came out. Smoke muscled his way past Keselowski and took off in clean air.

Jimmie Johnson had started in 20th, but had cracked the top five at one point of the race. He would run into trouble though in pit road as he got into Marcos Ambrose and took right side damage to his car.

Tony Stewart, Kurt Busch and Kevin Harvick all ran well during the Pocono 400.

They continued to be dominate for more than 20 laps, but a flat tire would make Harvick take an unscheduled pit stop.

 Smoke ran into trouble when he got caught speeding on pit road. He restarted on Lap 121 in 31st.

Then Kurt Busch was sent further back into the field after sliding through his pit box.

Once the Stewart Haas Racing cars were gone from the front, Brad Keselowski returned to the lead.

A late race wreck which involved Kasey Kahne and Carl Edwards brought out the seventh caution of the day. Keselowski continued to stay out in front, but eventually dropped behind Dale Earnhardt Jr. when the two car got debris stuck on his grill.

Brad tried to use the 10 of Danica Patrick to get the trash off his grill as he passed her, but it didn't work and Dale Jr. was able to pass the two for the lead.

Keselowski was never able to pass the 88, as the 2 car couldn't keep up unless it was in clean air.

This was the first time since 2004 that Dale Jr. has won multiple races in a season.

 

Winner at Pocono: Dale Earnhardt Jr.

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