LONG POND — By the time Chris Buescher exited the media center at Pocono Raceway early Monday night, the sky in Monroe County was finally brightening.
Fitting, because Buescher may have been the only one with a sunny disposition after what Mother Nature delivered during the Pennsylvania 400, NASCAR's weather-plagued Sprint Cup Series event.
One day after Pocono made NASCAR history by becoming the first track to have two Sprint Cup races postponed in the same season, the Tricky Triangle largely disappeared in fog as an intriguing battle for the checkered flag was shaping up.
NASCAR officials first had the drivers proceed around the track under caution for six laps. Then...