Joey Logano holds off Brad Keselowski for Vegas NASCAR win

Joey Logano holds off Brad Keselowski for Vegas NASCAR win

Joey Logano holds off Brad Keselowski for Vegas NASCAR win

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Kyle Busch (18) during the Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Instead, Logano drove his #22 Pennzoil-sponsored vehicle to his 22nd-career Cup Series win in the Pennzoil 400.

Keselowski, who won last week at Atlanta, was gaining on Logano over the final laps and nearly caught him thru turns 3 and 4 on the final lap but Logano blocked him to win by two auto lengths. It took 20 laps for Harvick to grab the lead from Busch, who held on for a fifth-place finish in his third race with his new team.

Kurt Busch made his green-flag stop late in the second stage, enabling to inherit the lead to restart the final stage up front after staying out.

Texas Terry man!" said an excited Logano of tying Labonte, "I remember growing up and I had a Terry Labonte die cast. The last pit stop they make him a good change and he becomes the fastest vehicle and he wins. "We had a lot of speed last week". "I think we would have won the race if it wasn't for that", Busch said.

Busch still pulled off yet another victory in the second-tier series, and he'll have the chance for a third straight win Sunday. "It was a good battle, and we were both fighting really hard at the top". In the last 5-6 laps, Brad was catching me so quick and i got stuck behind a lapped auto.

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Ajax forward David Neres , meanwhile, embarrassed Dani Carvajal on the endline. Seven minutes in and Ajax had equalised on aggregate.

Busch is also set to compete in another six Xfinity Series races and another three Truck Series races before the 2019 season ends, which should give him a number of great opportunities to add to his combined win total in these two series.

Falling a lap down and as low as 24th on the leaderboard, Busch score no points in Stage 2 and didn't rejoin the top 10 until past the Lap 170 mark. That enable Busch to keep his No. 1 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet on the track while others came to pit road for the stage break.

"There towards the end, the way this drafting package, these rules work, it was intense", Logano said.

Kevin Harvick is leading from the pole after the first stage of the NASCAR Cup Series race in Las Vegas. Stage #2 began on lap 88 with Keselowski and Kyle Busch on the front row. "It played out to where we got clean air, and it completely changed the complexion of the vehicle..."

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