3:25
That will conclude today’s coverage of the ARCA Racing Series Pocono 200 at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pennsylvania.

Your Speed51.com staff for today’s coverage has been Bob Dillner, Brandon Paul, and Aaron Creed.

Stay tuned to Speed51.com for a recap of today’s race, as well as more from Pocono Raceway in the coming days.

Until next time, thank you for tuning in.

3:24
Kyle Larson holds the beautiful trophy presented to him for winning the ARCA Pocono 200. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:23
3:02
Packing up. (Speed51.com photo)
3:01
Justin Boston has been examined and released from the infield care center.
2:57
John Wes Townley is interviewed after his third place finish. (Speed51.com photo)
2:57
Larson said in his victory lane interview with FOX Sports that he was surprised with the last restart, but noticed Mitchell got excited a couple times and when he lost his run out of two took advantage of it.
2:54
Pocono ARCA 200 Unofficial Results

1 4 Kyle Larson 80
2 98 Mason Mitchell 80
3 15 John Wes Townley 80
4 69 Will Kimmel 80
5 88 Justin Allison 80
6 6 Josh Williams 80
7 44 Frank Kimmel 80
8 90 Grant Enfinger 80
9 55 Cody Coughlin 80
10 3 Karl Weber 80
11 23 Spencer Gallagher 80
12 5 Bobby Gerhart 79
13 2 Thomas Praytor 79
14 43 Kyle Martel 78
15 10 Ed Pompa 78
16 77 Tom Hessert 77
17 66 Tom Berte 77
18 86 Nick Igdalsky 75
19 52 Matt Tifft 75
20 34 Darrell Basham 74
21 18 Bill Catania 73
22 25 Justin Boston 65
23 40 Jay Curry 56
24 22 Austin Wayne Self 42
25 7 Brent Cross 33
26 48 Rick Clifton 31
27 06 Steve Fox 19
28 0 Don Thompson 19
29 68 Chris Bailey Jr. 10
30 97 Tim Viens 6
2:53
Kyle Larson celebrates in victory lane. (Speed51.com photo)
2:50
Larson pulls into victory lane. (Speed51.com photo)
2:48
2:48
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2:48
Larson crosses the line first. (Speed51.com photo)
2:47
CHECKERED FLAG: Kyle Larson sets sail to take the Pocono ARCA 200. Mason Mitchell gave it a good effort to finish second while John Wes Townley came from the back and a lap down to finish third.
2:46
WHITE FLAG: Larson pulls away and sweeps low to complete the lap to shake Mitchell’s draft.
2:45
Lap 78: Larsons works under Mitchell and is back up to the front with two to go.
2:44
Lap 77: Larson is following right in Mitchell’s tracks. Both drivers have never won an ARCA race. Allison takes fifth from Williams.
2:43
Lap 76: Allison marches up through the field after his issues with only having fourth gear. Now sixth. Igdalsky heads to the pits with mechanical issues.
2:43
10-time ARCA champ Frank Kimmel and current point leader Grant Enfinger battle in the closing laps. (Speed51.com photo)
2:42
Lap 75: With five to go, Larson is running faster laps than Mitchell but Mitchell continues to enjoy the clean air.
2:41
Lap 74: drivers mixing it up with Josh Williams in the top five for the first time today. Frank Kimmel, Enfinger, and Coughlin also jockeying for positions.
2:40
Lap 73: Townley has entered the picture and is running third.
2:39
The restart. (Speed51.com photo)
2:39
GREEN FLAG: Mitchell tries to hang with Larson and remains on the outside entering the tunnel turn. Larson has to back off and Mitchell leads the lap.
2:38
Tifft has made it to his pit stall for extensive repairs and is currently four laps down.
2:37
Larson’s crew chief Scott Zipadelli (right) is calling the shots for the dominant car. (Speed51.com photo)
2:36
Damage to the front and rear of Matt Tiffts No. 52. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:35
There will be less than ten laps left when the race resumes. Twenty cars remain on the track.
2:34
Wendy Venturini is a pit road reporter for FOX Sports 1. (Speed51.com photo)
2:32
Hessert made contact with the outside wall after contact with Tom Berte slowing up for the incident.
2:31
Making repairs to Tom Hessert’s car. (Speed51.com photo)
2:30
The most recent restart. (Speed51.com photo)
2:29
Tifft and Boston’s cars will both need to be towed back to the garage and clean up will take place in turn one.
2:27
GREEN FLAG: Cars fan out heading into one. Larson gets to the corner first, but Tifft and Boston make contact with each other on the outside and go hard into the wall.
2:26
2:26
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2:26
The field will run one more lap under caution due to the Jay Curry machine getting pushed off the track.
2:25
14 cars will be on the lead lap. Drivers including Townley, Gallagher, and Weber took the wave around, and Hessert gets the free pass.
2:23
Allison did not pit due to his car only having fourth gear. Could be an interesting restart. Larson will start on the outside.
2:23
The car for Tom Hessert in action. (Speed51.com photo)
2:22
Frank Kimmel’s team with a four-tire change. (Speed51.com photo)
2:22
Justin Allison will lead the field when the race goes back to green.
2:20
Justin Boston took four tires. (Speed51.com photo)
2:19
Leaders come down pit road. Larson takes four tires, while some others only take two tires.
2:17
Cause for the caution was an axle on the surface.
2:16
YELLOW FLAG: Caution with 20 to go due to debris on the race track.
2:16
Lap 59: Townley continues to make up for lost track time gradually. Currently 14th.
2:15
2:15
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2:14
Lap 57: It has been a nice recovery for Mitchell, but being out of sequence they are looking for a caution so they do not have to return to pit road within the next few laps.
2:13
Lap 56: Frank Kimmel goes under Mitchell and takes fifth place.
2:12
Lap 55: The lead has opened back up to 6.5 seconds.
2:11
Lap 54: Larson’s lead is down to less than five seconds over Tifft after the penalty.
2:11
Lap 53: Larson had to come back down pit road for a penalty for not using the blend line to return on the track. Despite this, he remains in the lead.
2:10
Lap 52: Top seven remain on the lead lap.
2:09
Lap 51: Larson continues in the lead after the green flag stop with a 28 second advantage over Tifft. Boston, Mitchell, and Will Kimmel round out the top five in that order.
2:06
Lap 50: Larson heads to the pits. Four tires and fuel.
2:05
Lap 49: Weber heads to the pits, leaving only Larson and Enfinger the cars left to stop.
2:05
Lap 48: Tifft, Will Kimmel, and Weber go three wide on the frontstretch.
2:04
Lap 47: Larson leads Enfinger by 42 seconds. Those two and third place Karl Weber have not pitted since the first caution.
2:03
2:03
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2:03
Lap 45: Allison makes his way to the pits. Right side tires and fuel. Slow pit stop and the car stalls at it rolls out of the pit stall.
2:02
Lap 44: Frank Kimmel and Igdalsky heads pit side. Self does yet again, but much slower than before and heads to the garage.
2:01
Lap 43: Boston and Will Kimmel come into the pits for routine stops. Four tires and fuel.
1:59
Lap 42: Tifft comes down pit road for a green flag pit stop. There has been only one caution so far today as we have just passed halfway.
1:58
Lap 41: Brent Cross has been pushed behind the wall.
1:58
Lap 40: Larson continues to set a blistering pace. 6.783 second lead over Allison and Tifft. Boston is over 15 seconds back in fourth followed by Will Kimmel.
1:57
Lap 39: Self coming down again as he was speeding during his penalty pass through.
1:56
Lap 38: Self is coming down once again due to being too fast entering and leaving pit road. Teammate Hessert comes down as well.
1:54
Lap 36: Self comes down pit road for fuel before halfway, which most likely means he will not make it the distance on one stop.
1:52
Lap 34: Larson laps the 15th place car of Thomas Praytor.
1:51
Lap 32: Cody Coughlin continues to ride in the top ten in his first Pocono start. Currently eighth.
1:50
Lap 30: Brent Cross comes in for right side tires and fuel. Larson over a four second lead over Allison, Self, Tifft, and Boston.
1:49
Lap 29: Allison passes Self for second. Self continues to ride near the front despite not pitting yet.
1:48
Lap 28: Mitchell is the first car one lap down and Townley runs further back.
1:47
1:47
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1:44
Mason Mitchell makes his way down pit road for fuel and tires.
1:43
Lap 25: Mitchell to pit road. Changed rear tires.
1:42
Lap 24: Tifft has worked by Mitchell for fifth.
1:41
Lap 23: Teammates Don Thompson and Steve Fox have both pulled behind the wall.
1:40
Lap 22: Enfinger and Coughlin mix it up working their way around lapped traffic. They currently round out the top ten.
1:40
Lap 21: Hessert has slipped out of the top ten. He was one of two drivers that did not pit during the first and only caution so far.
1:39
Lap 20: Only two of the thirty starters are behind the wall. Larson continues to lead Self, Allison, Mitchell, and Tifft.
1:37
Lap 18: Tifft gets by and Boston and Frank Kimmel follow on the low side.
1:36
Lap 17: Matt Tifft pressuring Will Kimmel heavily for the fifth spot.
1:36
Lap 16: Justin Boston continues to maneuver through the field and sits seventh.
1:35
Lap 15: Townley is currently the first car one lap down in 25th.
1:34
Lap 14: Justin Allison rides in third in his first Pocono appearance.
1:33
Lap 13: Larson leads by over a second a couple laps into the latest green flag run.
1:32
Lap 12: Mason Mitchell and Will Kimmel run side by side for the fourth spot.
1:31
GREEN FLAG: The Cunningham cars get a good start, but Larson once again shows his power and leads by the time they return to complete the lap.
1:30
Teammates Austin Wayne Self and Tom Hessert will lead the field to green. Both Cunningham Motorsports teams are looking to make it on one stop.
1:28
Townley lost a lap while repairs were being done to the nose.
1:28
John Wes Townley’s crew fixes cosmetic damage on the front of his No. 15. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:26
1:26
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1:25
The 15 of Townley’s nose has been pushed in and the team is servicing the damage sustained while moving up through the pack.
1:24
Larson and most of the leaders come down pit road for fuel only.
1:24
Teams will be faced with the decision regarding whether to pit or not. Window is around 40 laps.
1:23
YELLOW FLAG: Tim Viens has gone around. Appears that he narrowly avoided the outside SAFER barrier.
1:22
Lap 6: Tifft goes by Will Kimmel for sixth. Top five remains Larson, Mitchell, Allison, Frank Kimmel, Self.
1:21
Lap 5: Townley has passed Hessert and Enfinger now moving into eighth.
1:20
Lap 4: Austin Wayne Self rides in fifth, the same position he started. This is his first start at Pocono.
1:19
Lap 3: Larson has opened up a one second lead over Mitchell with Allison and Kimmel three seconds back.
1:18
Lap 2: Townley has entered the top ten with Igdalsky following in his tracks.
1:18
Lap 1: Townley and Boston have already moved up to 12th and 13th. Both drivers did not start all the way in the back as a few drivers with less speed elected to do the same.
1:16
GREEN FLAG: Larson and Mitchell entered turn one with the lead, but it’s Larson powering ahead for the lead.
1:15
John Wes Townley has dropped to the rear of the field due to Brennan Poole qualifying his car yesterday.
1:11
The field rolls down pit road. Two to green. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:10
Grant Enfinger comes into this race with a 55 point advantage on Mason Mitchell in the season standings. Multi-time Pocono winner Frank Kimmel sits third, 130 back.
1:09
Cars have rolled off the grid and onto the 2.5-mile superspeedway for pace laps.
1:05
Command to fire engines has been given.
1:03
Cody Coughlin signs an autograph for a fan before strapping in. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:00
12:56
Pocono ARCA 200 Starting Lineup

1 4 Kyle Larson
2 15 John Wes Townley
3 88 Justin Allison
4 98 Mason Michell
5 22 Austin Wayne Self
6 44 Frank Kimmel
7 69 Will Kimmel
8 52 Matt Tifft
9 90 Grant Enfinger
10 55 Cody Coughlin
11 86 Nick Igdalsky
12 77 Tom Hessert
13 6 Josh Williams
14 43 Kyle Martel
15 23 Spencer Gallagher
16 2 Thomas Praytor
17 5 Bobby Gerhart
18 66 Tom Berte
19 10 Ed Pompa
20 34 Darrell Basham
21 18 Bill Catania
22 7 Brent Cross
23 40 Jay Curry
24 0 Don Thompson
25 48 Rick Clifton
26 06 Steve Fox
27 25 Justin Boston
28 3 Karl Weber
29 68 Chris Bailey, Jr.
30 97 Tim Viens
12:54
Drivers will be heading to their cars to get set for today’s 80-lap/200-mile race.
12:45
12:45
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12:44
Drivers are now being introduced on the victory circle stage.
12:44
Justin Boston is introduced to the crowd. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:40
Wayne Peterson Racing has been a mainstay in the ARCA Racing Series for several years. Today, home state drivers Steve Fox and Don Thompson will pilot the team’s cars (Speed51.com photo).
12:38
Driver introductions are moments away. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:32
Brad Smith (left) will also make his 27th Pocono start today. This is one of the sites of his best career finish, a 12th in 2005 (Speed51.com photo).
12:30
12:30
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12:27
Darrell Basham starts 20th in his 27th career ARCA Pocono start (Speed51.com photo).
12:25
Driver introductions are scheduled to begin in five minutes.
12:23
Cody Coughlin will be carrying one of the Fox Sports 1 on-board cameras during today’s race. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:21
12:21
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12:17
Current ARCA Racing Series point leader Grant Enfinger will start from the ninth starting spot today. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:12
12:12
Today’s coverage of the Pocono ARCA 200 is presented by 51 TV’s Pay-Per-View coverage of the Redbud 300 at Anderson Speedway. 51 TV, a live video streaming broadcast service from Speed51.com, will debut on Saturday, June 14 with the prestigious Stoops Freightliner Redbud 300 at Indiana’s Anderson Speedway. Fans can watch a live pay-per-view video broadcast of the historic ARCA/CRA Super Series event for just $24.99. If you can’t make it to Anderson on June 14, tune in to the multiple-camera production of this classic short track event. 51 TV’s production of the Redbud 300 is just $24.99 and can be purchased beginning Monday, June 9. Click here for more information.
12:08
With temperatures expected to be in the 80’s today at Pocono, Spencer Gallagher’s team keeps his No. 23 shaded from the sun as it sits on the starting grid. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:03
11:59
Chris Bailey Jr. will be doing double duty today. Following Pocono he will head to Lake County Speedway in Ohio for an ARCA Truck Series race tonight (Speed51.com photo).
11:57
Karl Weber’s team completed an engine swap on his No. 3 machine shortly after the conclusion of qualifying last night. Weber will roll off in the 28th provisional starting spot later today.
11:50
Mason Mitchell’s crew pushes equipment over to the car earlier (Speed51.com photo).
11:47
11:47
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11:44
Veteran Bobby Gerhart’s car was one of the last to the grid, but only basic maintenance such as bleeding the brakes took place (Speed51.com photo).
11:44
Today’s Schedule of Events

11:00 AM – ARCA Racing Series Driver, Crew Chief, and Spotters Meeting

12:00 PM – ARCA Racing Series Registration Closes

12:30 PM – ARCA Racing Series Driver Introductions

1:00 PM – Start of the Pocono ARCA 200 (80 laps/200 miles)

11:42
Kyle Larson was the driver to beat on Friday claiming the pole for today’s Pocono ARCA 200; however, some other drivers were not as fortunate.

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11:38
11:38
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11:36
The Venturini Motorsports team pushes the repaired no. 25 of Justin Boston to the pre-race grid (Speed51.com photo).
11:34
All cars here at the track yesterday will start today’s race.

Justin Boston, who made heavy contact with the outside wall during his qualifying lap, will not go to a backup car. His team made the necessary repairs to the right rear of his No. 25 primary car last night following qualifying.

11:32
Frank Kimmel is the only former Pocono winner in today’s field. Although his last win here came in 2006, he hasn’t finished outside the top ten since 2009 (Speed51.com photo).
11:28
11:28
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11:26
Townley is listed as starting second, but will have to come from the back of the field after Brennan Poole qualified his car on Friday while he was at Texas.
11:25
John Wes Townley is here today to drive the 15 after finishing 5th last night in the Truck race at Texas. (Speed51.com photo)
11:23
Track CEO Brandon Igdalsky’s brother Nick will lineup 11th today. Certainly a different situation from his day job as Chief Operating Officer of Pocono Raceway.
11:20
Pocono ARCA 200 Starting Lineup

1 4 Kyle Larson
2 15 John Wes Townley
3 88 Justin Allison
4 98 Mason Michell
5 22 Austin Wayne Self
6 44 Frank Kimmel
7 69 Will Kimmel
8 52 Matt Tifft
9 90 Grant Enfinger
10 55 Cody Coughlin
11 86 Nick Igdalsky
12 77 Tom Hessert
13 6 Josh Williams
14 43 Kyle Martel
15 23 Spencer Gallagher
16 2 Thomas Praytor
17 5 Bobby Gerhart
18 66 Tom Berte
19 10 Ed Pompa
20 34 Darrell Basham
21 18 Bill Catania
22 7 Brent Cross
23 40 Jay Curry
24 0 Don Thompson
25 48 Rick Clifton
26 06 Steve Fox
27 25 Justin Boston
28 3 Karl Weber
29 68 Chris Bailey, Jr.
30 97 Tim Viens
11:18
Track CEO Brandon Igdalsky (right)and Google executives talk about a new Google View technology in which Pocono Raceway will be the first major racing facility to debut (Speed51.com photo).
11:10
11:10
Today’s coverage of the Pocono ARCA 200 is presented by 51 TV’s Pay-Per-View coverage of the Redbud 300 at Anderson Speedway. 51 TV, a live video streaming broadcast service from Speed51.com, will debut on Saturday, June 14 with the prestigious Stoops Freightliner Redbud 300 at Indiana’s Anderson Speedway. Fans can watch a live pay-per-view video broadcast of the historic ARCA/CRA Super Series event for just $24.99. If you can’t make it to Anderson on June 14, tune in to the multiple-camera production of this classic short track event. 51 TV’s production of the Redbud 300 is just $24.99 and can be purchased beginning Monday, June 9. Click here for more information.
11:08
Today’s weather is absolutely beautiful with sunny skies and temperatures already reaching 70 degrees this morning and expected to be in the high 70s this afternoon.
11:06
Leader will have lane choice on all restarts during today’s race. The rest of the field will line up by position with odd numbers on the inside, even numbers on the outside.
11:05
The driver’s meeting is underway. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:04
NASCAR Sprint Cup rookie Kyle Larson will lead today’s ARCA field, which is scheduled for green at 1pm ET (Speed51.com photo).
11:01
Welcome to Pocono Raceway for live Trackside Now of this afternoon’s Pocono ARCA 200. Cars are already being gridded on pit road and the driver’s meeting will begin momentarily.
11:00
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Trackside Now: ARCA Racing Series at Pocono (PA) – 6/7/14