Hits both On & Off the Track
At Richmond last season, Joey Logano was in a familiar position. This time, Logano was the man behind the wad of cards trying to go for the win, trying to capitalize on the beating and banging of the competitors in front of him, as drivers were hard on the gas during a nine-lap dash to the finish.
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Four is Greater than Two
A simple math lesson was taught at Darlington Raceway this weekend. The choice was made…some took two tires, others took four. In the end, we were reminded of what we learned as young children. Four is greater than two.
The other lesson…maybe it is OK is the Cup regulars run in the Nationwide Series. Chase Elliott doesn’t seem to mind. And if he’s OK with it, so am I.
April Showers bring Monday NASCAR
A late-lap pass by Joey Logano gave the Sprint Cup series its seventh winner in seven weeks. Logano was on his way to the win until Kurt Busch brought out the last caution of the race, just before Logano was about the take the white flag on Lap 266. This brought about a Green-White-Checkered finish. All of the lead lap cars pit with the Busch caution – now strategy was in play. Jeff Gordon opted for 2 tires and first off pit road. Logano took 4, along with most others. Gordon got a good restart but couldn’t hold off the hard charging Logano. One last lap pass later and “Sliced Bread” was heading to Victory Lane.