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    PA. 500 (Pocono) Race Info

    From jayskis.thats racin.com
    Entry List Links are up for the Pennsylvania 500 at Pocono Raceway. 47 drivers are listed including: #00-Ryan McGlynn; #02-Jason Jarrett [Sadler's car], #13-Greg Sacks, #37-TBA [Chad Blount since ARCA will race also], #50-Mike Wallace listed but he will be in Pikes Peak, imagine P.J. Jones will be in the car, #51-Kevin Lepage, #72-Kirk Shelmerdine, #80-Carl Long [Hover car - Long has also driven the #46, #02, #00 cars], #90-A.J. Henricksen [Donlavey's car] and #98-Todd Bodine.(7-27-2004)
    UPDATE: Andy Hillenburg is now listed in the #37.(7-28-2004)


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    way to go Unk. hope the race makes the recovery worth the pain.

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    Qualifying Delayed

    Nextel Cup teams were left in a fog Friday morning at Pocono, forcing officials to postpone practice and reset the schedule. Practice is under way, with Bud Pole Qualifying scheduled to begin at 4:15 p.m. ET. From NASCAR.com

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    Starting Lineup

    Pos. Car Driver Make Sponsor Speed Time Behind
    1 #41 Casey Mears Dodge Target 171.720 52.411 Leader
    2 #01 Joe Nemechek Chevrolet U.S. Army 171.654 52.431 -0.020
    3 #97 Kurt Busch Ford IRWIN Industrial Tools/Sharpie 171.540 52.466 -0.055
    4 #40 Sterling Marlin Dodge Aspen Edge 171.256 52.553 -0.142
    5 #38 Elliott Sadler Ford M&M's 171.168 52.580 -0.169
    6 #25 Brian Vickers* Chevrolet GMAC Financial Services 171.008 52.629 -0.218
    7 #42 Jamie McMurray Dodge Texaco/Havoline 170.992 52.634 -0.223
    8 #20 Tony Stewart Chevrolet The Home Depot 170.785 52.698 -0.287
    9 #19 Jeremy Mayfield Dodge Dodge Dealers/UAW 170.775 52.701 -0.290
    10 #77 Brendan Gaughan* Dodge Kodak/Jasper Engines 170.652 52.739 -0.328
    11 #15 Michael Waltrip Chevrolet NAPA Auto Parts 170.623 52.748 -0.337
    12 #2 Rusty Wallace Dodge Miller Lite 170.623 52.748 -0.337
    13 #24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet DuPont 170.522 52.779 -0.368
    14 #48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet Lowe's 170.467 52.796 -0.385
    15 #17 Matt Kenseth Ford DeWalt Power Tools 170.380 52.823 -0.412
    16 #8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet Budweiser 170.197 52.880 -0.469
    17 #18 Bobby Labonte Chevrolet Interstate Batteries 170.023 52.934 -0.523
    18 #29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet GM Goodwrench 169.690 53.038 -0.627
    19 #16 Greg Biffle Ford National Guard 169.603 53.065 -0.654
    20 #9 Kasey Kahne* Dodge Dodge Dealers/UAW 169.546 53.083 -0.672
    21 #6 Mark Martin Ford Viagra 169.543 53.084 -0.673
    22 #31 Robby Gordon Chevrolet Cingular Wireless 169.431 53.119 -0.708
    23 #99 Jeff Burton Ford Roush Racing 169.275 53.168 -0.757
    24 #88 Dale Jarrett Ford UPS 169.259 53.173 -0.762
    25 #45 Kyle Petty Dodge Georgia-Pacific/Brawny 169.182 53.197 -0.786
    26 #10 Scott Riggs* Chevrolet Valvoline 169.068 53.233 -0.822
    27 #0 Ward Burton Chevrolet NetZero HiSpeed 169.036 53.243 -0.832
    28 #22 Scott Wimmer* Dodge Caterpillar 168.634 53.370 -0.959
    29 #5 Terry Labonte Chevrolet Kellogg's 168.416 53.439 -1.028
    30 #12 Ryan Newman Dodge ALLTEL 168.290 53.479 -1.068
    31 #30 Dave Blaney Chevrolet America Online 167.939 53.591 -1.180
    32 #43 Jeff Green Dodge Cheerios/Betty Crocker 167.904 53.602 -1.191
    33 #21 Ricky Rudd Ford Motorcraft/U.S. Air Force 167.576 53.707 -1.296
    34 #50 PJ Jones Dodge Arnold Development Companies 167.159 53.841 -1.430
    35 #32 Ricky Craven Chevrolet Tide 166.960 53.905 -1.494
    36 #4 Jimmy Spencer Chevrolet Morgan-McClure 166.803 53.956 -1.545
    37 #198 Todd Bodine Ford Lucas Oil Products 166.488 54.058 -1.647
    38 #113 Greg Sacks Dodge ARC Dehooker/Vita Coco 165.990 54.220 -1.809

    Provisional
    39 #49 Ken Schrader Dodge Schwan's Home Service 165.195 54.481 -2.070
    40 #89 Morgan Shepherd Dodge Racing With Jesus/Red Line Oil 163.761 54.958 -2.547
    41 #172 Kirk Shelmerdine Ford Freddie B's 162.361 55.432 -3.021
    42 #02 Jason Jarrett Chevrolet The FanZCar 163.896 54.913 -2.502
    43 #280 Carl Long Ford Commercial Truck & Trailer 165.660 54.328 -1.917

    Did not Qualify
    44 #251 Kevin Lepage Chevrolet NegotiationsSeminar.com 165.159 54.493 -2.082
    45 #137 Andy Hillenburg Dodge Carter's Royal Dispos-all 163.500 55.046 -2.635
    46 #90 A.J. Henriksen Ford Donlavey Racing 159.247 56.516 -4.105

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    I'm looking forward to Sunday. The son is coming over, firing up the grill. We haven't done this in ages since I always work on Sunday. He hated NASCAR as a kid til Dad got him hooked on it. He says his first memories are of me rooting for DW and the Tide car. Boogity, boogity, boogity

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    I was in the infield at Daytona when he won.....
    Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, martini in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming "WOO HOO what a ride!" -- Steve Parker

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    Both Practice Sessions Rained Out

    Drivers left with little on-track time at Pocono
    By Marty Smith, NASCAR.COM
    July 31, 2004
    12:02 PM EDT (16:02 GMT)
    LONG POND, Pa. -- -- NASCAR waited less than two hours to cancel all scheduled Nextel Cup Series activity Saturday at Pocono Raceway, troubling some competitors who sought to improve their cars during a pair of practice sessions.

    "It's really odd for them to call it this early," Jimmie Johnson said. "There's a lot of us lobbying right now to get some practice in after the ARCA race, but I don't think it's going to work.

    "We didn't race here long ago, but there's been some rules changes since then, so the garage would like to see some race practice.

    "I'm disappointed, but it's the same for everyone and we won the race here last time, so we'll use those notes and have something solid to fall back on."

    Judging by driver response, it appears as if the ARCA race was a major determining factor for NASCAR's decision.

    "I think with the unpredictable skies, trying to get the ARCA race in, the response they had was they didn't want to keep everybody in the garage all day long just to have a rain shower move in at 4 o'clock this afternoon and it be a waste," Johnson said.

    "I can respect that, but I think we should maybe wait a couple hours before we really throw in the towel, because as easily as something could blow in this could all blow out and we could have some sunshine."

    Saturday's quick decision is a stark contrast to the norm, when the sanctioning body waits as long as possible to call activity off.

    "They could probably get something in in some way, shape or form," said pole-sitter Casey Mears. "But then NASCAR's really drug things out in the past, too, where everybody's like, 'Man, you're dragging this out too much.' They have a tough job. They made a call and will stick by it. That's the way it is."

    Saturday's cancelled activity means Nextel Cup teams will start Sunday's Pennsylvania 500 having completed just one hour of practice. Friday's first session was cut an hour short by fog.

    "Some teams did race runs yesterday, but there wasn't a lot of rubber on the track, so I don't know how much they learned from that," said Elliott Sadler, Friday's fifth-place qualifier.

    "Everybody's in the same boat, so you just build adjustments in it and hope you guess correctly. This is a long race anyway. If you can't figure it out here in 500 miles, you probably weren't gonna get it in today's practice, either."

    Added Mears: "It's not really good for anybody not to get any practice, but I think we're a team that I think runs really good out of the gate. Yesterday I was hoping we'd qualify without any practice, because I think we're good at that, right out of the gates.

    "We've had good cars here in the past, so we'll just look at our notes, look at where we were in the spring and adapt to the difference in the cars. I think we'll be good.

    "This car is great. I feel like it's one of our best cars, so whether we hit it right out of the gate or not, I think we'll be able to make changes to it throughout the race."

    Johnson agrees. He said the cars to beat may be those that were strong in June's Pocono 500, as well as the Chip Ganassi Racing stable.

    "The Ganassi cars have improved their program, so I'd go off the performance from earlier this year and then bring the Ganassi cars into the mix," said Johnson, who dominated in the spring, leading 126 of 200 laps.

    "(Ganassi's cars) are real strong. They've figured something out since the last time we were here."

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    I don't understand why they won't let them practice after the ARCA race?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unklescott
    Boogity, boogity, boogity
    Ahhh, I miss DW already...

    Anybody know what channel qualifying is on? I always catch it on friday nites on Speed channel, but it wasn't on last night. I didn't know if it is airing somewhere else since Fox isn't carrying the races now.

    Thanks, btw, Unk for posting the race info every week. It keeps my lazy butt from having to look it up!!

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    Qualifying was on TNT.

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