Rain caused a 90-minute delay to the start of Sunday's Pennsylvania 400 at Pocono Raceway. Once the running got under way it looked like it would be a typical Pocono fuel run to the finish. Those expectations evaporated when it became clear that another storm system was headed toward the track. Once rain came, everyone knew it would be too much to continue.
What decided the race was a final restart when Jimmie Johnson lost control heading into turn 1 and collected Matt Kenseth and Denny Hamlin. Once the smoke cleared it was obvious that the race would not be restarted. The driver in the captain's seat happened to be none other than Jeff Gordon.
The Hendrick Motorsports veteran picked up his first victory of the season with the shortened run, putting ...
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