It looks as if the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series is in the hands of some up and coming drivers who have the potential to do great things.
Joey Logano easily captured the 2009 Rookie of the Year Award, the youngest driver to do so in NASCAR history.
Phoenix is regarded by many as one of the most difficult tracks on the circuit, and those people seem to know what they are talking about.
Scott Speed and his entire team returned to Fort Worth, Texas not exactly knowing what they had into after recording a DNF at the facility back in the spring.
Joey Logano added yet another accolade to his rapidly growing resume as he did what he needed to do to record a solid third-place finish at Talladega.
What a difference a few months can make. That’s what Joey Logano must be thinking after posting a very strong TUMS Fast Relief 500 run.
Joey Logano has been steadily trying to improve from a pair of horrendous finishes late last month, including his terrifying wreck at Dover.
Joey Logano started out the Pepsi 500 weekend with a controversial Nationwide win, one that involved an alleged purposeful bump from Greg Biffle.
Brad Keselowski was clearly the class of the rookie field on Sunday, and would have done even better if it weren’t for the bad luck in the pits.
This was one of those weekends where everybody involved with the sport came out a winner when Joey Logano walked away from an eye-popping accident.
Joey Logano Start: 33rd; Finish: 21st Summary: Joey Logano’s return to his home track in Loudon, where he scored his first career Cup victory earlier this year, did not get off to a good start. The Connecticut native could only muster enough speed out of his Home Depot Camry for a dismal 33rd starting position …
Joey Logano Start: 27th; Finish: 14th Summary: Joey Logano faced a tall order when Saturday evening’s race began. Starting towards the back of the field at a short track during one of the season’s most intense races of the year would be daunting for any freshman, but especially for one who had yet to score …