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Joey Logano’s Standout Pick Non-Ford Driver Who Catches His Eye On Speedways

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Brad Keselowski’s second-place finish highlighted the capability of Ford cars on the speedways. While Chevrolet had been dominant, with William Byron securing victories such as the Daytona 500 this season, Tyler Reddick recently broke Toyota’s long winless streak after Bubba Wallace’s last win in 2021 at Talladega.

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Two-time Cup champion Joey Logano recently shared his insights on a driver who consistently puts up a strong fight against him on speedways. Logano named Aric Almirola as one of the Ford drivers who has often been alongside him in races. However, Logano pointed out that Kyle Busch, his former teammate at Joe Gibbs Racing,. Logano emphasized that Kyle Busch, despite driving for Toyota, always finds himself in contention and is a formidable competitor whenever they are racing around each other.

Joey Logano’s Trophy Blunder

Joey Logano

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In an unexpected twist, Joey Logano discovered an error with his 2018 Talladega victory trophy while revisiting his collection for inspiration. This discovery highlights a peculiar oversight of the trophy, which often serves as more than mere physical awards but as milestones and sources of motivation in drivers’ careers.

The Talladega Superspeedway, with its high speeds and pack racing, has historically been a proving ground for NASCAR drivers. Winning at such a venue is a manifestation of a driver’s skill in mastering the complexities of superspeedway racing. Logano’s revisit to his trophy from 2018, a year that marked a significant peak in his career, was intended as a pre-race tradition to invoke the victorious spirit of his past achievements. However, this unexpected error in the trophy not only interrupted this tradition but introduced a moment of introspection.

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Reflecting on Joey Logano’s introspective moment with his mislabeled trophy reveals a broader issue within NASCAR’s awarding processes. This oversight, where his name was misspelled on a Talladega victory trophy, is not merely an isolated typo but a reflection of possible systemic lapses in NASCAR’s handling of its recognition protocols.

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I'm Moin Akhunji, a passionate sports writer renowned for my unique storytelling approach. My expertise spans across various sports, notably NASCAR, F1, and IndyCar. I hold a profound admiration for athletes like Chase Elliott and Dale Earnhardt Jr. When I'm not crafting articles, you'll likely find me trekking in the hills, indulging in my favorite hobby.
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