Johnny Sauter's got a lot of tracks on the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series circuit at which he's consistently very, very good -- but Pocono Raceway, site of Saturday's Pocono Mountains 125 -- hasn't been one of them for the driver of the No. 98 Carolina Nut Co. / Curb Records Toyota.
"Last year we broke a driveshaft on the parade lap and spent 25 laps behind the wall, so that race was over before we ever got going," Sauter said with a shrug. "The year before that I crashed the primary truck in qualifying, started last in the backup truck and finished fourth.
"So that worked out well for us and it proved we know what we need to do to get around that place. But honestly, the year before that (2010) I don't even remember what happened except we finished around where we started -- so unlike a lot of the places we go, Pocono's just been one of those deals, for me."
Sauter's average finish at Pocono, which has held only three Tr...