Joey Logano demonstrated the perseverance and championship fortitude of the No. 22 Shell-Pennzoil Ford Fusion team on Sunday afternoon after driving from the rear of the field to take the victory in the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway. By the box score, Logano started from the fifth position, but when the field roared across the start finish line Logano was the 38th place car. The typical hard-charging Logano exercised extreme patience in working through the field following crew chief Todd Gordon’s directive to run at 80%. When the first yellow flag of the event was displayed on lap 6, Gordon wasted no time calling the Shell-Pennzoil Ford to pit road for four fresh tires. Logano continued to utilize the 80% mentality, but managed to crack the top-20 for the first time at lap 35. By lap 65, Logano found himself in the 15th position, when the second caution of the event was displayed. The team pitted with the field and Gordon worked to give Logano additional center turn and drive off by adjusting air pressures. By the end of the first stage, Logano had cracked the top-10 scoring one stage point. Through the second stage, Logano ran consistently in the 10th position as the stage ran completely under green flag conditions. In third and final stage, Logano continued his steady progression through the top-10, climbing as high as the seventh position when the fifth caution flag was displayed at lap 250. On lap 366, Logano was in the fourth position when the caution flag waived for the eighth time. It was then that Gordon made the call to position the 22 team for the victory as he left Logano on the track with teammate Brad Keselowski as the rest of the pitted for fresh tires. Logano worked the restart masterfully, gaining the advantage on Keselowski and holding the lead before another caution flag at lap 377 brought Logano and most of the lead lap competitors to pit road for the final time. The No. 22 Shell-Pennzoil Ford would restart in the seventh position, but Logano wasted no time charging to the front and driving all the way to his 18th career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victory in his 300th start, leading the second Team Penske 1-2 finish of the weekend.