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Joey Logano current driver of the No.20 Home Depot Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) is said to be considering two offers for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) rides in 2013. One of the offers is from JGR while the other is believed to be an offer from Penske Racing to drive the No. 22 car.
Logano’s status at JGR became questionable earlier this summer with reports that Matt Kenseth had been signed by the organization to take over the Home Depot sponsored Toyota Camry. An official announcement regarding the contract of Kenseth is expected to be released later this month.
We decided to take a look at whether JoLo should stay or should he go…
Joey Logano should stay at Joe Gibbs Racing
If Joe Gibbs Racing can indeed expand to four teams in 2013 then Joey Logano should sign on the line now to remain there. The entire Gibbs organization has been patient with Logano and his progress in the NSCS.
Logano may be 22 years of age but this is his fourth full season in the Cup Series. In 132 care...
BEST OF MAXIM
Time is running out for "Sliced Bread."
Joey Logano ought to be in desperation win mode right now. If he fails to earn a second win in the next five races, "JoLo" is certain to miss the Chase for the fourth consecutive year.
And if he can't make the Chase, No. 20 car sponsor Home Depot is likely to request a new driver for the 2013 season. The 22-year...
Brad Keselowski and the Penske Racing Discount Tire Dodge Challenger team will use chassis PRS-211 during Saturday’s Zippo 200 at the Glen at Watkins Glen International (WGI). This is a brand-new chassis to the No. 22 fleet.
The No. 22 Discount Tire Dodge Challenger in 2012… Following 20 points-paying events, the No. 22 Discount Tire Dodge team sits sixth in the NASCAR Nationwide...
When Joey Logano first broke through in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, he was not considered a very good road racer. However, with a few years of road racing in both the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and NASCAR Nationwide Series, some great mentoring from road race veteran Max Papis and a couple of road race schools, Logano has become quite proficient on NASCAR’s left and right turn...
The No. 2 Miller Lite Dodge Charger team will race chassis PRS-806 during Sunday’s Finger Lakes 335 at the Glen at Watkins Glen International (WGI). Keselowski last raced this chassis to a 12th-place finish at Sonoma in June.
No. 2 Miller Lite Dodge Charger in 2012… After 21 points-paying events, Brad Keselowski and the No. 2 Miller Lite Dodge Charger team are ranked seventh...
Roush Yates Engines will provide the Ford FR9 engine to Penske Racing in 2013. Penske, who is currently running Dodge equipment, will return to the Ford nameplate for next season. Penske ran Ford cars from 1991 through 2002, highlighted by the No. 2 driven by Rusty Wallace.
Over the race weekend at Pocono Raceway, Jack Roush expressed optimism that Penske and Roush Yates Engines...
Parker Kligerman posted a 7th place finish Saturday at Pocono, which has turned out to be his last start in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for Brad Keselowski Racing. Monday it was announced by Kligerman and the team that they have parted ways, effective immediately. Dave Moody first broke the story early Monday.
The source of the trouble started when Penske Racing announced...
The Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series twist their way up to Watkins Glen International this weekend to compete in the road course race at Watkins Glen. Driver like Marcos Ambrose and Tony Stewart have dominated the Sprint Cup race in the past but drivers like Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski are looking to become new favorites at the track. Wild wrecks filled the Sprint Cup race last...
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will make both left and right hand turns for the second and final time of the season. The same batch of suspects will be the favorites as road racing is tough on a lot of drivers.
Last week, Jeff Gordon finally broke into the victory column and with Kyle Busch's recent troubles, Gordon took one of the wildcard spots from him. With Gordon and Busch...
Brad Keselowski led the way with a lap of 74.588 seconds in the final practice for the Zippo 200 from Watkins Glen. Rounding out the top five was Kyle Busch, Ryan Truex, Justin Allgaier, and Brian Scott.
SKF/Discount Tire Dodge
Monster Energy Toyota
Dodge came back to NASCAR a decade ago...
And, now they're leaving again... thanks to NASCAR their own selves...
“Dodge has been a great partner to NASCAR for many years, and they have been part of numerous memorable moments throughout our history,” said NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France. “They made a business decision not to return in 2013, as they did in 1977...
Parker Kligerman recently parted ways with Brad Keselowski Racing...