Sprint Cup regular Joey Logano will not only start Sunday's Sprint Cup Series race on the pole but he also won the Coors Light Pole Award for today's XFINITY Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
One week after winning the Daytona 500, Joey Logano posted a lap of 194.683 mph and earned his first career pole at Atlanta. His speed was more than a tenth of a second faster than second-place Kevin Harvick.
Sprint Cup regular Joey Logano tops the speed chart in the Final Practice session for the XFINITY Series Hisense 250 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. He also led the first practice earlier today.
Sprint Cup Series regular Joey Logano leads the first practice session for the XFINITY Series Hisense 250 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Joey Logano survived a green-white-checkered finish in the 57th Daytona 500 and won his first edition of the race over last year’s champion Kevin Harvick.
Joey Logano is batting 0.500 in six Sprint Unlimiteds. He scored top-10s in half of his starts and failed to finish with crash damage in half his attempts.
The Brad Keselowski Racing No. 29 Ford F-150 will compete full-time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for an owner's championship with primary sponsorship from Cooper Standard and the company's Careers For Veterans program.
Two mistakes on pit road in the final 50 laps of the race proved costly for Joey Logano. The team dropped a lugnut and later failed to get the jack fully under the car with fewer than 20 laps remaining, which caused him to drop out of the top 10 to outside the top 20. He rallied to finish 16th, but that was the worst result among the Chasers.
Joey Logano was one of three Chasers who qualified among the top 10 at Homestead for the championship race. His lap of 179.259 mph was enough for ninth on the grid.
Joey Logano incurred a pit road penalty for dragging equipment out of his stall, which ultimately cost him a lap after getting stuck in traffic. He overcame the mistake and climbed to sixth in the final rundown, which earned enough points to make him one of the Final Four at Homestead.
Joey Logano set a new track record on Friday, but he failed to win the pole. His fastest lap of 142.141 mph was set in the first of two rounds.
Joey Logano simply needs a strong run this week to ensure his position among the Final Four and he should be able to accomplish that if his last two Phoenix efforts are an indication. He finished ninth in this race last year and was fourth in the spring Profit 500k.
Sprint Cup regular Joey Logano wins the Coors Light Pole Award for the O'Reilly Auto Parts Challenge with a lap of 28.880 seconds, 186.981 mph.
Joey Logano finished fifth in the Goody's 500, which was his 12 result of sixth or better in his last 14 races.