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Joey Logano qualified his No. 20 Home Depot Toyota 12h for Saturday night’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
At the start of the event, Logano’s Home Depot Toyota proved to be a handful. Much like in Friday night’s Nationwide Series race, one lane was preferred on the restarts. Friday night it was the high lane while Saturday night it was the low lane. On several early restarts, Logano struggled restarting up high and fell back to 17th.
Following the first round of pit stops, Logano was working his way towards the top-10. Fighting a car that was extremely loose off, Logano broke into the top-10 for the first time around lap 40.
The handling of the No. 20 Home Depot Toyota didn’t improve much and Logano once again found himself riding around the 14th to 16th positions through the middle portions of the race.
Crew chief Jason Ratcliff radioed to Logano that they were going to take bigger swings at trying to fix the handling of the car to keep up with the ...
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Joey Logano raced to his eighth Nationwide Series victory of the year Friday night, passing Brad Keselowski with eight laps to go after taking on two tires and a splash of gas.
Logano led 62 laps en route to his 17th career victory and first at Charlotte Motor Speedway. He has made 18 series starts this season.
Keselowski made a quick pit stop with nine laps left, but his pit crew...
It's hard to bet against Joey Logano these days in the Nationwide Series.
Logano raced to his eighth Nationwide Series victory of the year Friday night, passing Brad Keselowski with eight laps to go after taking on two tires and a splash of gas.
Logano led 62 laps en route to his 17th career victory and first at Charlotte Motor Speedway. He has made 18 series starts this season...
Joey Logano has had the season that many drivers dream of.
It may be in the Nationwide Series where Logano is intelligible for points, because he is racing for points in the higher-up NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, but he is still having a season where everything seems to go right.
Even when Logano was told that he was going to be as many as six laps short on fuel, everything went just...
You can call him the dominator.
Joey Logano buried the field in the final run of Friday night's Dollar General 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway and won his eighth Nationwide Series race of the season in 18 starts.
Logano beat Kevin Harvick to the finish line by 2.760 seconds to win for the first time at Charlotte and the 17th time in his career. Series leader Elliott Sadler ran...
Joey Logano outguns Cup drivers and Nationwide regulars to win Dollar General 300...
Joey Logano, team owner J.D. Gibbs, and crew chief Adam Stevens talk to the media after winning Friday night’s Dollar General 300 from the Charlotte Motor Speedway. The win was Logano’s 8th Nationwide Series win of the 2012 season. Video courtesy of NASCAR Media Group.