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New Hampshire Motor Speedway is not only Joey Logano’s home track on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule, but the one-mile facility also holds a special place in Logano’s heart. In 2008, Logano made his first-career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series start when he drove the No. 96 for Hall of Fame Racing at New Hampshire. The youngster then earned his first-career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win at the “Magic Mile” coming back in his rookie season of 2009. However, if you ask Logano, what he wants most is to win another Sprint Cup Series event at New Hampshire and to do it by taking the checkered flag after 300 laps.
Logano’s win in 2009, which made him the youngest ever Sprint Cup Series winner at age 19, came in an event that was shortened by rain in which Logano and his Home Depot team played pit strategy perfectly. When Logano crossed the finish line at Pocono to win his second Sprint Cup Series event earlier this season, he famously said how finally felt to win one the right way, with...
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Joey Logano qualified the No. 20 Dollar General Toyota in the 10th position for Sunday afternoon’s 267-lap GEICO 400 at Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, IL.
At the drop of the green, Logano started a slow and steady charge to the front. By lap five, he was in ninth and 30 laps in he was running strong in seventh and catching the top-five.
Logano reported that the car’s balance...
Both of the Dollar General Toyotas finished in the top-10 in last weekend’s Dollar General 300 powered by Coca-Cola at Chicagoland Speedway. Brian Scott was 10th and teammate Joey Logano brought home a ninth place finish. The Dollar General 300 at Chicagoland Speedway was the first of two Nationwide Series races this season with Dollar General as the title sponsor. Next up is the...
According to an announcement by NASCAR on Tuesday, driver A.J. Allmendinger’s indefinite suspension has been lifted, but there has been no announcement, so far, in regards to the driver having a ride to in which to compete during the final nine races of 2012 and into the 2013 season.
Allmendinger, the former driver of the No. 22 Penske Racing Dodge, was temporarily suspended by...