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Pocono Turn 1 Camping Available – A Must See View

For the first-time ever, camping has been expanded into Turn 1 for the NASCAR Doubleheader Week. Be one of the first campers to enjoy camping, all week long, from an exciting, new view of ‘The Tricky Triangle.’ 

Fenceline camping is among the top locations in demand for Turn 1. These spots offer up-close racing views from inside the infield. Renewal customers were the first to secure their Turn 1 locations, so many Fenceline spots are already filled. Grab yours while they’re still available!

Other camping options are available in Turn 1. Plus, we have made renovations to the Turn 1 bath houses to enhance your full week camping experience.

Be a happy camper and secure your spot today… before it is too late!


Camping locations are continuing to sell out at a rapid rate. Along with Trackside RV and Preferred Infield RV already being SOLD OUT, 50-Amp Infield Camping and GEICO 50-Amp Family Grandstand Camping are SOLD OUT.

The following camping areas are available, with very limited spots remaining:

If you have not camped at Pocono Raceway yet, this is the year to do so. We offer many FREE amenities, additional camping perks and access below…

  • Kids, ages 12 and under, camp for FREE
  • Complimentary Grandstand access on Thursday and Friday
  • Interactive activities at the Pocono Mountains Activities & Welcome Center
  • Infield Block Party with live entertainment, music, food and more.
  • #POCONOMTNS Inclusive Playground
  • Dogs are welcome. Be sure to visit our Bark Park 
  • FREE Fireworks show during the race week
  • And much, much more! 

Feel free to contact us should there be any questions. We can be reached by email at questions@poconoraceway.com anytime or by calling our Ticket Office at 1-800-722-3929 weekdays between the hours of 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET.


BRODHEADSVILLE, Pa.– Walter Goodwin, arguably the leading restorer of vintage Indy cars, will be attending the Classic Racing Times’ Vintage Celebration at Pocono August 16-17-18, and he is bringing along the very first Coyote Indy car built by A.J. Foyt Enterprises.

The car, owned by collector and historian John Darlington, will be making only its second on-track appearance since its restoration was completed by Goodwin in his Indianapolis shop, Race Car Restorations, Inc.

But the Foyt Coyote will be far from the only Goodwin restoration in attendance.  Goodwin, who has restored literally dozens of classic Indy cars over the past 30-plus years, will see his handiwork on display in a significant percentage of the cars participating in the Vintage Celebration.  The event accompanies the NTT Indycar Series ABC Supply 500 at Pocono.

Goodwin started working for Indy car teams while still a teenager, ultimately working for several teams and several top drivers before launching his restoration business in 1985.  He performs what he describes as “complete” restorations, handling every aspect of each project.  He does them “exactly like they were,” he says, drawing on his knowledge gained while working on the cars when they were new.

The restoration of the Coyote was challenging because the car, after its Indycar career, was cut and modified into a rear-engine Sprint car with which Tom Sneva won six of 17 races in 1973, ultimately contributing to a ban on rear-engine Sprinters by USAC.

Goodwin generally focuses on cars from the early rear-engine years at Indianapolis, cars such as the 1965 Lotus with which NASCAR driver Bobby Johns recorded his best 500 finish, and the 1970 Lola driven by Mark Donohue.  Goodwin has performed restoration work on a few of the earlier roadsters, and on later cars as well, but prefers to avoid newer cars that carry more and more electronics.

The Classic Racing Times’ Vintage Celebration at Pocono spotlights classic Indycars, Champ cars, Sprints cars and Modifieds in demonstration laps on the 2.5-mile “Tricky Triangle.” The event also includes a classic car show in the paddock, twilight TQ Midget racing on a track laid out on the oval’s front straightaway, and autograph sessions which this year will include Daytona 500 winner Geoff Bodine, among others.

Additional information is available at TheClassicRacingTimes.com.

Just Announced: Selfie Session with Joey Logano

Joey Logano, the reigning Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion, will take part in a ‘Selfie Session.’ All fans are encouraged to deck themselves out in your best No. 22 and Logano gear to get an epic selfie with the champ on Saturday, June 1 at 10 a.m.

The ‘Joey Logano Selfie Session’ will take place behind Victory Circle, in the Paddock. Wristbands will be distributed to the first 50 people at the Pocono Raceway tent in the Paddock starting at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday. Each person with a wristband can bring up to three additional people to the selfie session, but the group must take the photo together.

No autographs will be permitted, due to timing constraints. A Saturday Gate Admission ticket and a Pit/Paddock Pass are required to attend due to the location of the event.

Note: Additional terms and conditions may apply. Wristbands will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis.