Race day has arrived and the Windows 10 400 is set to get rolling at Pocono Raceway. Martin Truex Jr., a winner of the June race at the "Tricky Triangle," goes for the season sweep at Pocono as Kyle Busch looks to continue his hot streak and make it four wins in a row.
Sunday's event on the 2.5-mile layout is 160 laps and is the 21st race on the 36-race schedule. After Pocono, only five races remain to determine the 16-driver Chase for the Sprint Cup from which the series champion will be crowned.
Ten drivers have currently locked up berths in the Chase, with an 11th driver, Busch, just needing to move into the top 30 in points to become Chase-eligible.
Sunday's event marks veteran Jeff Gordon's final Pocono start. Gordon, winner of a record six races at the Pennsylvania facility, rolls off 10th on the grid.
Here is everything else you need to know about Sunday's race:
"NASCAR RaceDay" on FOX Sports 2 at 11 a.m. ET
"NASCAR Victory Lane" on FOX Sports 1 at midnight ET
1:48 p.m. ET
Defending Race Winner:
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Race recap here.
According to weather.com, Sunday's forecast is for mostly sunny skies and a zero percent chance of rain. Pocono Raceway does not have lights, so it's good that weather won't be a factor.
Jeremy Korst, General Manager of Windows Brand and Product Marketing
Jason Campbell, Windows Group Product Marketing Manager
Rebel Dawg Records recording artist Eric Lee Beddingfield
Local musician Alyssa Golden
Fastest in Practice 1:
Brad Keselowski. Full results here.
Fastest in Practice 2:
Carl Edwards. Full results here.
Fastest in Practice 3:
Kyle Busch. Full results here.
Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick