NO. 1 ARTIC CAT CHEVROLET CAMARO ZL1
Coverage: The Pocono 400 is scheduled to begin on Sunday, July 29 at 2:30 pm, ET. Live coverage can be found on NBC Sports Network (NBCSN), MRN and Sirius XM NASCAR Radio Channel 90.
McMurray at Pocono:
31 Cup starts
7 Top-10 finishes
19.7 Average finish (ranks 19th of active tracks)
- In McMurray’s 31 starts at Pocono, he has completed 5,336 of 5,510 laps. (96.8%)
- McMurray finished 15th at Pocono in June, just eight weeks ago.
- McMurray has qualified third in his past two races at Pocono.
Jamie McMurray on Pocono Raceway:
“I think that finding the right set-up for Pocono is about trying to find the middle-ground to have the car working well everywhere on the track and trying to compromise on where you are willing to give up a little, to be better somewhere else on the track. The need to get the car working well off of turns one and three are probably most important, so you can carry speed down the long straightaways. We have qualified well there the last few races but haven’t had the results to show at the end of the race. Hopefully we can close the loop on the end results this weekend.”