Joey Logano kept his foot on the gas pedal a little bit longer than usual after taking the checkered flag at Watkins Glen International, a huge cloud of smoke wafting toward victory lane.
Joey Logano had a shot to win the NASCAR championship last year. A flawed late pit stop cost him the chance, and he went into the offseason determined to get back into contention.
As the youngest driver in NASCAR’s championship race, Joey Logano hasn’t been in the same high-stakes situations as his other three competitors. Seeing an opportunity to maybe rattle his cage, Kevin Harvick pounced.
Homestead-Miami Speedway President Matthew Becherer says all premium seating has also been sold out for Sunday’s finale.
The decision announced Monday comes one day after Logano advanced to NASCAR’s championship race while Keselowski was eliminated from the Chase for the Sprint Cup champion.
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With his win on Sunday at Kansas, Logano once again proved he’s going to be tough to beat in this race for the Sprint Cup.
Raised in Connecticut, Joey Logano always considered New Hampshire his home track, the one where he dreamed of being bathed in confetti in Victory Lane and flocked by family and friends.
Joey Logano was dubbed the greatest thing since sliced bread as an up-and-coming young racer by NASCAR great Mark Martin. Those were big words to live up to.
With a significant lead and the laps winding down, Joey Logano kept thinking about getting to the white flag. But a caution changed everything with less than a half-lap left.
Another NASCAR race is in the books, and once again another name is being thrown around as a title contender.
NASCAR cracked down on Penske Racing on Wednesday, suspending seven crew members of defending Sprint Cup champion Brad Keselowski and teammate Joey Logano and levying $200,000 in fines.