Joey Logano qualified the No. 20 Dollar General Toyota 19th for Saturday night’s Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway. Logano was the top qualifying Joe Gibbs Racing machine on the 2.5-mile restrictor plate track.
Early in the race, the tone of the event was set and that tone would be pack racing. Logano settled into a position around 15th and rode in that spot for the first portion of the race.
On the first pit stop, Logano said his car was really loose and he couldn’t make any moves as the car felt “out of the track.” Crew chief Jason Ratcliff made track bar adjustments along with air pressure adjustments and sent the No. 20 back out to the track.
Once green-flag stops cycled through, Logano was still so loose the 22-year-old couldn’t be aggressive and make any moves and asked for a bigger adjustment on the next round of stops, in which Ratcliff made wedge and shock adjustments. Logano restarted 21st and worked his way into the top-10 just six laps later and w...