Career Chronology: Joey Logano
- 1997: Joey Logano won the Eastern Grand National Championship in the Jr. Division.
- 1998: Won the Jr. Honda Division Championship.
- 2005: Won five Championships in the USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series.
- 2007: Won 5 races in the Camping World East Series.
- 2008: Won the Meijer 300 at Kentucky Speedway in the Nationwide Series.
- 2009: Won the Lenox Industrial Tools 301 in New Hampshire.
- 2012: Won at the Pocono Raceway.
- 2013: Won the Pure Michigan 400.
- 2014: Finished the season with five series’ wins.
- 2015: Won the Daytona 500 race and a total of six in the series.
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Career Highlights: Joey Logano
- Logano began his racing career in 1996 as a 6-year-old quarter midget racer.
- In 2008, he became the youngest driver to win a Nationwide Series race at just 18 years old.
- He became the youngest winner in the Sprint Cup Series in 2009, when he won the Lenox Industrial Tools 301 in New Hampshire at 19 years old.
- He is the first NASCAR driver born in the 1990’s that has competed in all three major NASCAR divisions.
- In 2015, he won the Daytona 500, becoming the second-youngest to do so in NASCAR history.
Biography: Joey Logano
Born in Middletown, Connecticut, Joey Logano is a professional stock car driver for Team Penske. He currently drives the No. 22 Ford Fusion in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He is also a part time driver in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and for Team Penske in the Xfinity Series. He drove the No. 20 Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing from 2008 to 2012; taking in two wins and 41 Top 10 finishes in that time. In 2008, he became the youngest driver to win a Nationwide Series race at 18 years old. He was the youngest winner in the Sprint Cup Series in 2009, when he won the Lenox Industrial Tools 301 in New Hampshire at 19 years old. In 2014, Logano signed a multi-year contract extension with Team Penske that will extend through to the 2018 season. In 2015, he became the second-youngest Daytona 500 winner in NASCAR history.
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