Larson, Logano Earn Much Needed Top 5 Finishes On Saturday Night At Bristol

As we near the start of the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs, Kyle Larson and Joey Logano were searching for some momentum. Larson, had no top five finishes since his thrilling runner-up finish on July 1 at the Chicagoland Speedway. That was a stretch of six races. Joey Logano had no top five finishes since his third place run in early May at the Kansas Speedway. That was a stretch of 11 races. 

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Joey Logano Wins A Thrilling Zippo 200 At Watkins Glen

Team Penske started 1-2 and nearly finished there on Saturday at the Watkins Glen International. While most would think that this wasn’t much of a show if you look at the box score, it was very much one of the better races of the season in the NASCAR XFINITY Series. For the third time in the last four years, Joey Logano drove to victory lane in the Zippo 200. Logano, made a bold move to get by Ryan Preece on Lap 74 and never looked back en route to his…

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It’s An All Penske Front Row As Logano Earns 4th Straight Zippo 200 Pole

Brad Keselowski narrowly knocked his Team Penske teammate of Joey Logano off of his throne when it comes to Busch Pole qualifying in the NASCAR XFINITY Series at the Watkins Glen International. Every year since 2015, Logano had earned the Zippo 200 pole. On Saturday, Logano had his No. 22 Ford fastest in the first round of qualifying and on top of the leaderboard in the second and final round as well. The last driver to have a shot of knocking him off was Keselowski. 

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Logano To Have Steve Park Pennzoil Themed Colors As Darlington Throwback

Joey Logano’s throwback paint scheme on his No. 22 Ford for the Darlington Raceway was unveiled on Tuesday night on NBC’s NASCAR America. The car will be Pennzoil’s colors honoring Steve Park in the Sept. 2 race at the Too Tough to Tame track. “It is so fun to be driving Steve’s (Park) car at Darlington,” Logano said in a team release. “It’s a cool looking car and something that we have talked about for a long time. We have always been asked by fans, ‘when are we going to…

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Are Keselowski And Logano The Best Restrictor Plate Racers In Cup Today?

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla – The original restrictor plate master was Dale Earnhardt. Some say he could see the air in the draft. Out of 90 career starts he is the all-time winningest driver on in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in terms of wins at either Daytona or Talladega. He’s taken 13 combined trips to victory lane on the Cup level at those tracks. Richard Petty is next up with 12, but none of Petty’s 12 wins came with a restrictor plate. Jeff Gordon also won 12 with all of…

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Michigan Quickly Becoming Logano’s Best Tracks

Joey Logano has really turned his stats around when he joined Team Penske in 2013. No track is that more evident at than the Michigan International Speedway. See, since Logano joined Penske five years ago in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, the Connecticut native has only finished outside the top 10 just once. In fact, out of his 10 career starts on the 2-mile, D-shaped oval with Penske, Logano has reached victory lane twice. He finished ninth and first respectively in 2013. He backed that up with being ninth…

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Logano Has Led A Ton Of Laps In Pocono, Just Doesn’t Have The Finishes, His Teammate Keselowski Has Been Dominant Instead

The “big three” among the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers should be the ones to beat this weekend in Pocono. After all, when Martin Truex Jr., Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick have combined to win 10 of the first 13 races of the season, you can’t go against them. But, this may be the time when Team Penske lands in victory lane again. So far, Joey Logano is the only one of the three drivers to win in 2018. Can he or his two other Team Penske teammates of…

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Can Penske Turn Dover Struggles Around In Sunday’s AAA 400 Drive For Autism (2 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio)

If there’s any week where you may want to steer clear of the Team Penske drivers in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, this may be the week. Unfortunately, their trio of drivers haven’t fared too well at the Dover International Speedway lately. That’s why I wouldn’t think any of them would be in the hunt to win Sunday’s AAA 400 Drive For Autism (2 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). Joey Logano hasn’t taken his No. 22 Ford home to a top five finish at the Monster Mile since 2004. In…

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Fords Strong As Logano Ends Winless Streak In Victory In Sunday’s Geico 500

TALLADEGA, Ala – We shouldn’t be shocked that the Ford drivers combined to lead 126 of the 188 laps in Sunday’s Geico 500. After all, Fords were dominant in the season opening race at the Daytona International Speedway, the other restrictor plate track on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series schedule. We also shouldn’t be shocked by the winner in Sunday’s race at the Talladega Superspeedway either. Joey Logano led a race-high 70 of those 188 laps en route to his third victory at the high banked 2.66-mile Alabama track…

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Busch, Harvick, Truex Leaps and Bounds Ahead Of Everyone Else In 2018

Parity is normally high in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. We’d threaten to have 16 winners heading into the playoffs each of the last two years. But, in 2018, three drivers have combined to win seven of the nine races. If you’re looking at a favorite to win the 2018 Cup championship, look no further than Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick or Martin Truex Jr. That trio of drivers are the ones everyone is trying to beat right now. The problem is, no one has enough speed to catch them.…

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