Ryan Blaney tagged along with his dad to the track and raced scooters in what the kids called "mini-Pocono."
All grown up, he's figured out the real deal pretty well.
Blaney was tops again at the site of his lone NASCAR Cup victory, turning a lap of 176.897 mph to win the pole Friday at Pocono Raceway.
He won his first career Cup race in the June 2017 race driving for Wood Brothers Racing, then partied all night with Dale Earnhardt Jr., Darrell Wallace Jr., and a few other tight NASCAR running buddies.
Blaney might want to put the beer back on ice.
Blaney's fourth career pole puts him in position to repeat and earn an automatic spot in...