• Joey Logano started third and finished second in The Clash at Daytona.
  • Logano started the race just slightly free when he was being pushed in the draft, resulting in small track bar adjustments throughout the race.
  • The 22 Shell-Pennzoil crew pitted the Ford Fusion one time in the event, that stop came at lap 24.
  • Through the second half of the event, Logano ran in third behind teammates Ryan Blaney and eventual race winner Brad Keselowski.
  • On the final lap, Logano moved to the second position and had a strong push coming from the No. 41 Ford of Kurt Busch before a multiple vehicle incident occurred, ending Logano’s chance at victory.
  • With the second place result, Logano is averaging a 1.5 finishing position over his last two starts in The Clash.


    “It is fun when you are up there running and you don’t know what is going to happen. The suspense keeps building as you are running single-file. Three to go, two to go, here comes the white flag. When do you make the move? Do you make a move? Sometimes you make and it is never the right thing. Everything has to time out just right. You are waiting to see what everyone else is going to do and you are thinking about the type of people they are and what the possible moves are they will make. Then as soon as we hit the white flag Blaney was able to go to the bottom, I had to stay on top because I would have gotten passed by the 48. I thought I would get a good push on the backstretch. The 41 had a hell of a run. Then they wadded them up.”


    The Clash