Joey Logano swooped in to win the Advance Auto Parts Clash after his teammate Brad Keselowski and Denny Hamlin collided on the last lap while Hamlin led. The win is Logano’s first in the exhibition race and Ford’s first since 2004. Here’s what most of the 17 drivers in the field had to say after the race. Joey Logano, winner – “The Toyotas are so selfless, I guess is the way to look at it. They are able to work together and think of one car of winning, and they’re really good at that. We had to think the same way as Ford and with Stewart-Haas and the Penske cars and we were able to get a good enough, run to work together enough to break them up and make the passes and then there at the end was
If you want Darrell Wallace Jr. to help pay for your college experience, you need to be a better student than he was. “What’s funny is and I’ll be honest with you, I was kind of the opposite of what the scholarship lays out, so it’s kind of funny that it’s all coming back around,” Wallace told NBC Sports. It also helps to be a student at Northwest Cabarrus High School in Concord, North Carolina.
Today’s episode of NASCAR America is 90 minutes and begins at 5:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN. Carolyn Manno hosts with Kyle Petty from Stamford, Connecticut. Dale Jarrett joins them from NBC Charlotte. Jeff Burton and Nate Ryan are in Daytona. They will recap