Joey Logano led 28 laps of the Crown Royal Jeff Kyle 400 at the Brickyard, but came up one position short of winning his first race Indianapolis Motor Speedway and completing a sweep for car owner Roger Penske. Juan Pablo Montoya won the Indy 500 this May for that same organization.
Last year the only thing that kept Joey Logano from sweeping Victory Lane was an accident with a lapped car. He was dominating and leading the Camping World RV Sales 301 before that incident and then won the Sylvania 300. This week, Logano added another top-five with a fourth in the 5-Hour Energy 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Joey Logano will start second for the 5-Hour Energy 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. His speed of 135.021 mph was slightly more than one-tenth slower than pole sitter Carl Edwards.
Joey Logano took the lead from Denny Hamlin on the final restart of the Quaker State 400 by Advance Auto Parts at Kentucky Speedway. He led 23 of the final 43 laps. He was passed by Kyle Busch late in the going, but hung on for second.
Joey Logano scored his third top-10 in the last four road course races when he crossed under the checkers fifth in the Toyota / Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway.
After getting swept into an accident with his teammate Brad Keselowski at Bristol Motor Speedway, Joey Logano failed to earn back-to-back top-10s in his next five attempts. That momentum shifted at Pocono Raceway and Michigan International Speedway when he finished fourth and fifth respectively.
Joey Logano finished fifth in the Quicken Loans 400 at Michigan International Speedway, which was his second consecutive top-five and the first time since Texas Motor Speedway that he scored back-to-back top-10s
Sprint Cup regular Joey Logano won the Coors Light Pole Award for the Great Clips 250 Benefiting Paralyzed Veterans of America with a lap of 37.183 seconds, 193.637 mph.
Joey Logano finished fourth in the Axalta We Paint Winners 400 at Pocono Raceway. It was his fifth top-five finish in the past nine races.
Joey Logano and Tony Stewart will drop to the back to start the Axalta We Paint Winners 400 at Pocono Raceway. Stewart changed an engine, while Logano made a gear change.
When Denny Hamlin spun with 40 seconds remaining in the final qualification session for Sunday’s Axalta 400 at Pocono Raceway, it stranded Joey Logano so that he failed to make a lap. He will start 11th, which snaps a three-race top-10 streak in qualification on this track.
Joey Logano may not have won the SpongeBob SquarePants 400, but he certainly passed the most cars. Logano was sent to the back of the pack twice for pit road penalties and stormed his way to the top 10 each time. His final trip through the field ended in a fifth-place finish at Kansas Speedway.
Joey Logano posted a lap of 192.397 mph in the final round of qualification and won the pole for Saturday night’s SpongeBob 400. It is his 12th career pole and his first at Kansas Speedway.