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On Sunday, Logano will be seeking his first-career Sprint Cup Championship and the second for team owner Roger Penske in Team Penske’s landmark 50th anniversary season.
On Tuesday, Logano joined fellow Championship Four contenders in New York City to promotoe Ford Championship Weekend, with stops at the Dan Patrick Show, The Tonight Show, and Garbage Time with Katie Nolan.
On Thursday, Logano will participate in the final stop on the Chasing Second Chances program by taking families shopping for Thanksgiving meals with Joshua’s Heart Foundation.
Logano has a career best finish of 4th at Homestead Miami Speedway.
Logano started second and lead 72 laps in last year’s Ford EcoBoost 400.

Track Specifications:
Track/Race Length: 1.5 mile oval, 267 laps, 400.5 miles
Degree of Banking: Turns: Variable 18-19-20 degrees
Straightaways: Length: 1,760 feet, Width: 50 feet, Banking: 4 degrees
Pit Road Speed: 45mph
Pace Car / Caution Speed: 55mph
Opened: 1995
OLD LAYOUT 1995-2002
Degree of Banking: Turns: 6 degrees
Straightaways: Length: 1,760 feet, Width: 60 feet, Banking: 3 degrees Grandstand Seating: 46,000 [down from 56,000 and 65,000]

2015 Winner: Kyle Busch

The Car:
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Practices So Far: 4th, 6th, 8th
Qualifying: 13th
Hi Joey,

all the best to you and the #22 team in tomorrows race.

Capt Neil
so close, solid 2nd place points finish,try again next year
Hi Joey,

WOW!!! Almost made it! That was a great race, especially near the end. I appreciated all the hard racing for all the marbles.

Am proud to be a fan of you and the #22 team. Your team NEVER gives up! You fight till the end cause you never know what door of opportunity might open. And it does pay off.

Yes, you race to win every race and there is only one winner. Yes, second really hurts! However there were 38 other racers in that race and I am sure they would have loved to be second.

Be proud of the #22 Teams accomplishments.

Capt Neil
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