If you are asking yourself, "weren't we just in Pocono?" The answer is almost. It was just seven races ago that NASCAR visited Pocono, by far the shortest time between visits to the same race track. And according to Joey Logano that makes coming back to Pocano, that much easier.
"When the races are closer, your notes relate a lot better than it is coming to a racetrack a whole year later, because a lot of things can be different a year later," said Logano. "Your general set up of a car usually changes a lot throughout a year. Your chassis usually changes and your bodies are different. It's hard to go back on what you have and improve on that. Usually come with a whole different package."
Of course, when you head to Pocono, you start most conversations with Logano's teammate Denny Hamlin, who has four victories at the tricky triangle.