When Joey Logano crashed with his teammate Brad Keselowski on lap 20 of the Food City 500, he snapped two impressive streaks. It signaled the first time this season that he would fail to finish in the top 10 and it was the first time in 24 races that he would not finish on the lead lap.
Sprint Cup regular Joey Logano won the Drive To Stop Diabetes 300, his 23rd victory in 138 NASCAR XFINITY Series races.
Joey Logano had to overcome a shot from Kevin Harvick late in the race that nearly wrecked the No. 22 before finishing fourth in the Duck Commander 500. Logano dropped as far back in the field as ninth in the closing laps before regaining his rhythm.
Along with Martin Truex Jr. and Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano is one of three drivers who have swept the top 10 this season.
Joey Logano came up two positions shy of having a perfect weekend. He won the Saturday Camping World Truck Series Kroger 250 from the pole and led the field to green in the Cup race as well. He led 108 laps, but had to overcome a spin and claw his way back into the top-five.
Sprint Cup regular Joey Logano wins the Kroger 250 at Martinsville Speedway, his first victory in seven NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races.
Sprint Cup regular Joey Logano wins the Keystone Light Pole Award for the Kroger 250 with a lap of 19.504 seconds, 97.088 mph.
Joey Logano posted a lap of 98.461 mph and grabbed the pole for the STP 500. It is the 10th pole of his career and his first at Martinsville.
Joey Logano kept his perfect top-10 record alive with a seventh-place finish in the Auto Club 400.
Joey Logano failed to advance to the final round of qualification for the first time since last October at Talladega. The last time he failed to start in the top 12 on an unrestricted, intermediate speedway came one week previous at Charlotte.
Joey Logano had an up and down race at Phoenix, but a surge in the final laps propelled him to eighth at the finish. It was his fourth consecutive top-10 of the season.
Sprint Cup regular Joey Logano wins the Axalta Faster. Tougher. Brighter. 200, his 22nd victory in 137 NASCAR XFINITY Series races.
Sprint Cup regular Joey Logano wins the Coors Light Pole Award for the Axalta Faster. Tougher. Brighter. 200 with a lap of 26.627 seconds, 135.201 mph. - new track record. (Previous Record: Kyle Busch 134.298 mph - 2/26/2011)
Sprint Cup Series regular Joey Logano leads the first practice session for the XFINITY Series Axalta 200 at Phoenix International Raceway.