Joey Logano worked hard for a third place finish at New Hampshire
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11 hours ago
Driver reaction to the news that Dale Earnhardt is sitting out this weekend's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series action at New Hampshire Motor Speedway appeared to be uniform.First of all, Earnhardt's fellow drivers wish him the best as he attempts to recover from what he and Hendrick Motorsports say are "concussion-like symptoms."Secondly, the news also at least presents the opportunity to...
Joey Logano can rest easy about one thing entering this Sunday's New Hampshire 301 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.Morgan Shepherd is not entered in the event. It was two years ago almost to the day when Logano went ballistic after getting wrecked by Shepherd, then 72 years old, in the Camping World RV Sales 301 Sprint Cup race at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway."I feel like there...
Sure, he's a 15-time winner in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series now. But on June 29, 2009, Joey Logano was a 19-year-old, winless Sprint Cup rookie on the hot seat, having been tabbed by car owner Joe Gibbs to replace a two-time champion in Tony Stewart. It was on that day that Logano captured the first win of his Cup career in his 20th start in the Lenox Industrial Tools 301 at...
So much of this was all about gas, and not the kind that's often passed after a hearty meal. Brad Keselowski outlasted his fellow NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competitors when even he thought he was toast. Others didn't fare nearly as well at Kentucky Speedway, with wrecks in abundance over three days of racing on the newly reconfigured and repaved 1.5-mile track -- and one unfortunate...
And the hits just keep coming in the Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway.Joey Logano became the third driver in the first 55 laps to clout the wall and do heavy damage to his car.Ricky Stenhouse Jr. was the first to crash on Lap 11, and six-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson followed suit on Lap 33, after a restart for a competition caution.Soon after, Logano...
Logano had finished in the top 10 in each of the previous five races.
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8 days ago
Joey Logano pushes his Penske teammate Brad Keselowski out in front of the pack on the final restart at Daytona.
©2016, John Harrelson / NKP By Steven Taranto – Follow at @STaranto92 June 12, 2016 Joey Logano led 139 of 200 laps from the pole to score his first win of 2016 in the FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan. Rookie Chase Elliott ran a career-best second, followed by Kyle Larson, Brad Keselowski, Kevin Harvick, Carl Edwards, Tony Stewart, Austin Dillon, Jamie McMurray, and Kurt Busch...
Last Fall’s Talladega winner Joey Logano is picking up where he left off last season. The Middletown, CT native paced final practice on Friday in preparation for Sunday’s Geico 500 at Talladega SuperSpeedway. Logano set a fast lap of 48.785 seconds (196.290 MPH). Logano spoke of the importance of setting a fast lap in final practice with the uncertain weather forecast for tomorrow’s...
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