DOVER, Del. – The scoresheet will show Saturday’s Nationwide race at Dover as a Joey Logano romp (June 2).
Brad Keselowski crossed his fingers, hoping track position and fuel mileage would keep him out front during a 46-lap run to finish Saturday’s History 300.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. has won at Iowa in a number of different fashions. Add dominant to that list.
In the end, Joe Gibbs Racing took the trophy, but it wasn’t Denny Hamlin. That honor instead went to Joey Logano and it didn’t come without controversy.
In the battle of Gibbs teammates, it was an unlikely victor on Saturday (May 5), with Joey Logano snatching victory from Kyle Busch.
For the 16th consecutive race, a Cup regular bested the Nationwide Series field at the Richmond International Raceway.
Even as a single-car operation, Roush Fenway Racing didn’t miss a beat after two weeks off.
The Nationwide Series regulars’ streak of wins to start 2012 ended at four in southern California, with polesitter Joey Logano pulling away from the field.
A decade removed from the site of his first career Cup win, Elliott Sadler drove away from the field on a lap 272 restart with old tires.
Holding off Mark Martin on the final two restarts of the afternoon, Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s No. 6 proved to be the class of the field.
Track position was king at the Phoenix International Raceway on Saturday and it proved to be the nemesis of a dominant Kevin Harvick.
James Buescher came from 11th place entering turn 4 only to emerge unscathed down the frontstretch, taking his first career NASCAR victory.