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Sport Logano captures pole for Camping World 500

03:45  18 march  2017
03:45  18 march  2017 Source:   sportingnews.com

Joey Logano wins XFINITY race dominated by Cup regulars

  Joey Logano wins XFINITY race dominated by Cup regulars Logano goes to Victory Lane in the XFINITY Series at Las Vegas.To win in his No. 12 Team Penske Ford, he had to survive a total of five restarts over the final 110-lap stage of the three-stage race. That included a restart with four to go after Matt Tifft had drifted up too high and slammed Spencer Gallagher into the outside wall to bring out the ninth caution of the day.

Joey Logano captured his first pole of the season in qualifying for Sunday’s race at Phoenix. 2011, when he started 27th. Last year, Harvick won this race from the No. 18 position. All 39 drivers entered qualified for the Camping World 500 .

Logano ’s lap of 26.216 seconds was fast enough to edge fellow Ford Performance driver Ryan Blaney, making it an all-Ford front row for Sunday’s Camping World 500 . The pole means that for a second consecutive week a Team Penske Ford Fusion will lead the field to the green flag.

A week after an altercation with Kyle Busch, Joey Logano will lead the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup field of 39 to the green flag Sunday at Phoenix International Raceway.

Kyle Busch bloodied in post-race fight with Joey Logano

  Kyle Busch bloodied in post-race fight with Joey Logano A skirmish between Kyle Busch and Joey Logano left Busch with a cut on his head following Sunday’s NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Busch and Logano made contact racing to the finish of the Kobalt 400, resulting in Busch spinning off Turn 4 and down pit road. Unhappy with what transpired Busch waited for Logano to stop on pit road then sought him out and threw a punch at Logano before being wrestled down by crewmembers for Logano’s No. 22 team. NASCAR officials quickly intervened to break the fracas up, with one official forcefully lifting Busch up and removing him from the scene.

The 2017 Camping World 500 is a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race held on March 19, 2017, at Phoenix International Raceway in Avondale, Arizona. Contested over 314 laps, extended from 312 laps due to overtime, on the one-mile (1.6 km) oval

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Logano recorded the fastest speed in the final round of qualifying Friday at 137.32 mph, which was slightly faster was Ryan Blaney's 136.88 mph.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. will start on the inside of Row 2 next to Kyle Larson, who has recorded four top-three finishes in his last five races — including two runner-ups — dating back to last season.

Kyle Busch will start five rows behind Logano, who claims cooler heads have prevailed since the altercation in Las Vegas that left Busch bloodied and promising retaliation.

Chase Elliott, who had the fastest lap in Friday's opening practice, will start seventh as he looks for his first Cup Series win.

Seeking his seventh win in the past 10 Phoenix races, Kevin Harvick will have his work cut out for him as he looks to add to his incredible feats at the one-mile track. The No. 4 driver will start 23rd while in search of his 14th top-five finis hin Arizona.

Punishment unlikely for Logano, Busch after scuffle

  Punishment unlikely for Logano, Busch after scuffle Kyle Busch’s confrontation with Joey Logano and Logano’s crew after the Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway likely won’t lead to any sanctions, NASCAR Vice President Steve O'Donnell said an interview on Monday. O'Donnell told SiriusXM NASCAR that Sunday’s post-race scuffle that left Busch with a bloody forehead is “under review” by series officials, but so far the examination of  video footage and talks with those involved in the incident haven’t shown the need to suspend or otherwise punish those involved.

Joey Logano capped a day in the spotlight with a fast late lap to claim the pole for the NASCAR Camping World 500 . Logano won his 18th career pole but first in 17 races in Phoenix. He won the Can-Am Sprint Cup Series race on the same track last Nov.

Joey Logano captured the pole on Friday to put the No. 22 on top after his controversial finish at Las Vegas. Thankfully, there will be no nonsense on the start in Phoenix as Here’s the complete starting lineup for the 2017 Camping World 500 : 1 – Joey Logano 2 – Ryan Blaney 3 – Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Here is the starting lineup for the Camping World 500 (312 laps, Sunday, 3:30 p.m. ET).

  1. Joey Logano
  2. Ryan Blaney
  3. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  4. Kyle Larson
  5. Jamie McMurray
  6. Seeking his seventh win in the past 10 Phoenixraces, Kevin Harvick will have his work cut out for himas he looks to add to his incredible feats at the one-mile track. The No. 4 driver will start 23rd while in search of his14thtop-five finishin Arizona.

  7. Brad Keselowski
  8. Chase Elliott
  9. Erik Jones
  10. Kyle Busch
  11. Kasey Kahne
  12. Kurt Busch
  13. Matt Kenseth
  14. Clint Bowyer
  15. Jimmie Johnson
  16. Ty Dillon
  17. Martin Truex Jr.
  18. Austin Dillon
  19. Paul Menard
  20. Denny Hamlin
  21. AJ Allmendinger
  22. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
  23. Ryan Newman
  24. Kevin Harvick
  25. Trevor Bayne
  26. Michael McDowell
  27. Danica Patrick
  28. Daniel Suarez
  29. Aric Almirola
  30. Landon Cassill
  31. Matt DiBenedetto
  32. Corey LaJoie
  33. Cole Whitt
  34. Chris Buescher
  35. David Ragan
  36. Reed Sorenson
  37. Gray Gaulding
  38. Derrike Cope
  39. Jeffrey Earnhardt
  40. Timmy Hill

Danica Patrick says ‘give me my money back’ as NASCAR doesn’t fine Austin Dillon .
Danica Patrick likes that NASCAR hasn't fined too many drivers this season.NASCAR announced that there wouldn’t be any penalties or fines for Dillon after the incident. Danica Patrick weighed in on the lack of a fine to Dillon during media availability on Friday before practice at Auto Club Speedway.Patrick knows a thing or two about on-track incidents and fines, including a fine in 2015 for retaliating against David Gilliland at Martinsville.

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