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Joey Logano



Number 22 Ford


Penske Racing




May 24, 1990

Rookie Season:

Achieved NASCAR's minimum age of 18 on May 24th, 2008. Won his first Nationwide Series race just 21 days later.

Moved to the Sprint Cup Series full-time in 2009 where won a race (New Hampshire) and beat Scott Speed for rookie of the year honors.

Career Highlights:

2005 - Won second USAR Hooters Pro Cup series start (Mansfield)

2008 - Turned 18 years old and eligible for NASCAR's top three touring series

2008 - Became youngest Nationwide Series race winner in history with win in 3rd race (Kentucky)

2009 - Became youngest Sprint Cup Series race winner in history with New Hampshire win.

2009 - NASCAR Sprint Cup Rookie of the Year

2013 - Moved to Penske Racing

The Real Deal:

In the rush for car owners to find the next superstar driver often the media will over-hype any fresh young face that has ever visited Victory Lane. Joey Logano is not hype. Mark Martin called Joey Logano "The Real Deal" and Logano has built an incredible racing resume for one so young.

Logano has a proven ability to adapt to new situations very quickly. I fully expect that Joey Logano will find his way to Victory Lane often in his career.

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