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Topic - Pocono Raceway
Ahhh, the dog days of summer _ and those nights when there's nothing exciting on television.
The NASCAR fan killed by a lightning strike at a track in northeastern Pennsylvania was a 41-year-old man from a nearby county, authorities said Monday.
Officials at Pocono Raceway say 10 people attending Sunday's NASCAR race were injured in a lightning strike in the parking lot behind the grandstand, and two are in critical condition.
Here's a twist: Once the track's harshest critic, points leader Greg Biffle is raving about Pocono Raceway.
Joseph Mattioli, the founder and chairman of Pocono Raceway, has died following a lengthy illness, NASCAR officials announced Thursday during a preseason press conference at the NASCAR Hall of Fame. He was 86.