Logano leads Penske one-two to take Vegas NASCAR win

Logano leads Penske one-two to take Vegas NASCAR win

After holding off Kevin Harvick and Brad Keselowski, Logano stormed off to record his first win at the track.

Texas Terry man!" said an excited Logano of tying Labonte, "I remember growing up and I had a Terry Labonte die cast. I would try to go low; they would go low. I'm really happy with two top-fives to start the year. "I think it will all start here". Busch told FOX Sports post-race. It was the first race under Nascar's full new rules package, which created some exciting racing for the front-runners, and did not produce a caution. The 40-year-old veteran already carries enough pressure whenever he returns to his hometown racetrack, where he is in an 0-for-18 career drought.

The solution? Trade the dirty air for clean air at the front of the pack. And we just weren't even in the ballpark, making huge changes to get in the ballpark.

Harvick won last year's 267-lap race, but defending one's crown is always hard in NASCAR, particularly with stiff competition from veterans and new-comers alike. When we're in clean air, the vehicle is like this (pointing downward) and When we're in dirty air, the auto is like that (pointing upward). It was Logano's 22nd career victory.

"I knew to keep fighting and keep working", Busch said.

"I've got to get it to where its balanced evenly".

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Driver No. 22 held off teammate Brad Keselowski, who won last Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Kyle Larson was hurt by a pit-road penalty for the second straight week.

"I thought, 'OK, there's an opportunity here, but there's a lot of things that have to go our way, "' Busch said. And then our pit strategist was saying if we stay long on the second stage, then we can stay out. This Supra was fast out there today, and awfully fun to drive.

"There towards the end, the way this drafting package, these rules work, it was intense", Logano said.

He stayed in front during two overtime restarts, the second caused when Brandon Jones took heavy damage in a collision with Cole Custer.

In the 2018 NASCAR Xfinity Series season, Kyle Busch competed in seven races, which is the maximum number of races in which he is allowed to compete in the series as a result of the fact that he has competed in the Cup Series on a full-time basis for at least five seasons.