Found September 29, 2012 on
Race Review Online:
The steep concrete banks of Dover International Speedway aside, Saturday’s OneMain Financial 200 was hardly a cliffhanger as Joey Logano dominated from start to finish in winning his seventh Nationwide Series race of the season. Momentarily, at least, a caution on Lap 177 for Tim Andrews’ blown engine injected a modicum of suspense, but Logano [...]
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Joey Logano dominated on the concrete to win the Nationwide Series race at Dover International Speedway on Saturday.
Logano raced to his series-leading seventh victory of the season, winning for the 16th time in NASCAR's second-tier circuit.
Paul Menard was second, followed by Michael Annett, points leader Elliott Sadler and Kyle Busch.
Logano swept the Dover races this season...
Joey Logano qualified his No. 20 Home Depot Toyota 14h for Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, the AAA 400, at Dover International Speedway.
When the race began, Logano fell into a rhythm and crew chief Jason Ratcliff told him to run his race and pick of cars one by one. Right away, the car proved better than the 14th-place qualifying effort and by lap 60, Logano was knocking...
Joey Logano qualified the No. 18 Sport Clips Toyota in the third position for Saturday afternoon’s NASCAR Nationwide Series event at Dover International Speedway
When the race began, Logano fell into third position. On the second-lap, Logano moved past his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Darrell Wallace Jr. to grab the second position. On lap 14, Logano took the lead for the first...
Joey Logano recorded his seventh NASCAR Nationwide Series win of the 2012 season. Logano led 185 laps and finished ahead of Paul Menard who finished second.The win was the sixteenth at the Nationwide Series in Logano’s career.
Michael Annett finished third as the highest finishing Ford. Elliott Sadler extended his points lead as he finished fourth while Ricky Stenhouse Jr finished...
The wins just keep coming for Joey Logano in the Nationwide Series. This is Logano’s seventh win in the Nationwide Series this year. Logano didn’t start the race up front but that’s where he finished. Logano has now swept the Nationwide Race’s at Dover this season.
Darrell Wallace Jr started on the pole and he couldn’t stay up there for long. Justin Allgaier passed Wallace...