There is a great line up for the three NASCAR races taking part at Iowa this weekend. The Sprint Cup Series and World Truck Series takes place at the Pocono Raceway and the Nationwide Series is at Iowa Speedway. Things kick off on Friday as usual with the practice runs. The Camping World Truck Series starts first in the morning and then the Sprint Cup Series practice follows. The final Camping World Cup Practice takes place early afternoon follows by the Sprint Cup Series Coors Light Pole Qualifying. At teatime is the Nationwide Series practice and then the final practice follows later in the evening.
On Saturday the excitement builds with a Sprint Cup Series Practice first thing followed by the Camping World Truck Series Keystone Light Pole Qualifying. Then just before lunchtime there is the Sprint Cup Series final practice session followed by the Camping World Truck Series Pocono Mountains race. Then later in the afternoon is the Nationwide Series Coors Light Pole Qualifying followed by the Nationwide Series U.S. Cellular 250 later in the evening.
On Sunday there is the Sprint Cup Series GoBowling 400 at lunchtime.
The Nationwide Series entry list has been announced already and is as follows; Ryan Reed, Jeremy Clements, J. J. Yeley, Chad Boat, James Buescher, Dylan Kwasniewski, Mike Harmon, Chris Buescher, Elliott Sadler, Regan Smith, Morgan Shepherd, Sam Hornish Jr, Ty Dillon, Matt DiBenedetto, Blake Koch, Josh Wise, Dakoda Armstrong, Landon Cassill, Jeffrey Earnhardt, Joe Nemechek, Hal Martin, Ryan Sieg, Tanner Berryhill, Brad Keselowski, Eric McClure, Mike Bliss, Kevin Swindell, Josh Berry, Jamie Dick, Brian Scott, Chase Pistone, Trevor Bayne, Michael McDowell, Kenny Wallace, Derrike Cope, Joey Gase, Brendan Gaughn, Josh Reaume and Chase Elliott. Last week s winner Ty Dillon, will be hoping to secure a second win, but as last week was only his first Nationwide win, then it would not seem likely he could win again and other drivers must be confident.