NSCS: Pocono Raceway Accepting New Fan Council Applications

LONG POND, PA (November 2, 2015) – Pocono Raceway is now accepting applications for their new Fan Council. The purpose of the Pocono Raceway Fan Council is to assist the Raceway staff in developing and improving the overall fan experience at ‘The Tricky Triangle.’

“Our first two Fan Council classes were very involved and did a great job,” said Brandon Igdalsky, President and CEO of Pocono Raceway. “Their input played a role in some of the new initiatives and changes made over the last four years. For 2016, we are adding new features to enhance this program moving forward. We always say we have the best race fans in world, so, we cannot wait to start receiving applications.”

The Pocono Raceway Fan Council will continue to play a key role in developing and driving new initiatives, including the ‘Tricky Awards.’ This program will honor race fans at the 2016 NASCAR and INDYCAR race weekends at Pocono Raceway. More details about the ‘Tricky Awards’ will be announced next year.

Fans who would like to apply for the Pocono Raceway Fan Council can visit (www.poconoraceway.com/fcapply. Applications must be submitted by Monday, December 1, 2015 at 11:59 PM EST. Finalists will be contacted no later than Friday, December 18, 2015, and the new Pocono Raceway Fan Council will be announced in early January 2016. For additional info, please visit www.poconoraceway.com/fancouncil.

About Pocono Raceway

Pocono Raceway, also known as “The Tricky Triangle,” is family-owned and situated in the beautiful Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. In business for over 50 years, the Raceway hosts multiple, national motorsports events including two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, one Verizon IndyCar Series race, one NASCAR XFINITY Series, one NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and two ARCA Racing Series Presented by Menards events each year. The Raceway has added multiple, adventure-running series events to their annual calendar, including the Warrior Dash. Pocono Raceway is the world’s first, privately-owned solar-powered sports facility. Their 25-acre, three-megawatt solar farm provides the energy needs of the Raceway, as well as, adds electricity to the local power grid.

For more information, please visit www.poconoraceway.com.