NASCAR is back at Pocono for the second time in less than two months, which might not be the greatest news ever for fans getting ready to watch 500 miles of triangular racing from home.
But at least the last Pocono race was dramatic and interesting, notable for the clash between Joey Logano and Kevin Harvick and the multicar wreck triggered by AJ Allmendinger.
What will this weekend bring?
First of all, every driver will be asked their reaction to NASCAR's secret fines for speaking out.
And second, expect to see a race that is strung out for the majority of three-plus hours but with a chance for some more excitement in the final laps.
After all, that's about as much as anyone could ask from Pocono.