Joey Logano won the pole for the Pure Michigan 400 with a speed of 201.698 mph. This gives him a sweep of the Michigan International Speedway pole and is significant for another reason. Prior to this weekend, Logano had the record for the fastest pole speed in 2016 and it came in the June FireKeepers Casino 400 on this same track with a speed of 199.557 mph.
Joey Logano had a seesaw Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway, and ended his race exactly where he started. Logano finished 10th on Sunday evening after starting the race 10th Saturday night.
Joey Logano has posted the sixth-best average finish so far in 2016. In the first 22 races of this season, he has finished 12.23 with an average start of 8.23.
Joey Logano drove past Martin Truex Jr. and Brad Keselowski in the final turn of the last lap of the Cheez-it 355 at the Glen to finish second. It is his fourth consecutive top-five on a road course and his fifth result of sixth or better.
Sprint Cup driver Joey Logano (#22 Ford Fusion) won the Zippo 200 at The Glen, his 26th victory in 156 NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) races, driving the #12 Snap-On Ford Mustang.
Sprint Cup driver Joey Logano (#22 Ford Fusion) won the Coors Light Pole Award for the Zippo 200 at The Glen with a lap of 124.552 mph driving the #12 Snap-On Ford Mustang.
Joey Logano has finished sixth or better in his last four road course races. He was also seventh in the 2013 Watkins Glen International race, and that bunching of top-10s makes him one of this week’s favorites.
Joey Logano and teammate Brad Keselowski gambled on a race strategy no one else employed, but it did not pay off in a win. Logano challenged for the top spot, but got dropped out of the top five late in the going and finished seventh. Keselowski was involved in an accident in the closing laps and finished 17th.
Joey Logano failed to advance to the final round of qualification and will roll off the Crown Royal Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at the Brickyard grid 14th after posting a lap of 183.273 mph.
Joey Logano tried an experimental setup for the New Hampshire 301 and spent the majority of the race in the mid-teens. When chaos erupted ahead of him, he picked his way through the carnage, established track position, and finished third.
Two years ago Joey Logano drew the ire of several competitors for blocking in the final laps of the fall Geico 500 at Talladega SuperSpeedway to help his teammate Brad Keselowski to a victory that kept his Chase hopes alive. This week in the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway, he spun Kurt Busch off the final turn while clawing for a top-five finish. Logano ended the night fourth. Busch finished 23rd.
Joey Logano finished third in the Toyota / Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway to score his fourth consecutive top-six finish on road courses. This was his third straight top-five.
Joey Logano has the sixth-best average finish this season with an 11.6 in the first 15 races. Unfortunately, his place-differential of 3.47 is among the five worst, which means his adjusted total would be closer to 15th.
It took 15 weeks, but Joey Logano finally got his first win of 2016 at Michigan International Speedway in the FireKeepers Casino 400. He held off Chase Elliott for his 15th career victory.