Without further ado, here is who is hot and who is not after Pocono.
Did wins or consistency determine the top spot in our Power Rankings? Keep reading to find out.
If there would be two words to describe Michigan this coming weekend, after the recent repave, then those words would be super fast.
Joey Logano is still so damn young! But you know, that final maneuver on Mark Martin Sunday afternoon (June 10) was no rookie deal.
A new track surface, a new race distance and the youngest and oldest Cup drivers competing hammer and tongs for a win.
With just one top-five finish since last August and only four laps led on the Cup circuit, it was only natural where Joey Logano wound up Sunday. Victory lane?
For the first time in 2012, the man who started on the pole was able to seal the deal and take the car to victory lane.
It wasn’t Joey Logano’s first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory, but it sure felt like it.
Joey Logano, who went out early after a mediocre 27th-place showing in the first practice session, set a blistering new track record at Pocono.
DOVER, Del. – The scoresheet will show Saturday’s Nationwide race at Dover as a Joey Logano romp (June 2).
It’s time to review who is off to a good start this season, who’s off to a poor start and who is living a horrific nightmare through the year’s first 12 races.
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