Joey Logano qualified the No. 20 GameStop Toyota in the seventh position for Saturday night’s NASCAR Nationwide Series event at Texas Motor Speedway.
At the start of the race, Logano slowly began picking up spots on the track. By lap 42, he had moved from seventh to third and was working his way toward the leaders.
On the second run of the night, Logano, like most of the drivers in the field, was complaining of an “extremely loose” No. 20 Toyota. On the team’s second stop, crew chief Adam Stevens called for big changes, including adding a rubber in the right rear and a big swing on the track bar.
It took to just before the halfway point for Logano to work his way back into the top-three and, just a few laps later, into second place.
Logano was chasing down then-leader Kevin Harvick as the two pulled ahead of the rest of the field. Trying to make it to a point to where they could make it all the way on fuel, Harvick and Logano came into the pits one-two and came out of the pits i...