Logano wins for 1st time in 20 starts
LOUDON, N.H. -- There were questions about the judgment of team owner Joe Gibbs when he decided to replace departing two-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart with a 19-year-old rookie this season.
Even a rookie considered a phenom.
The former NFL coach, head of Joe Gibbs Racing, admitted Sunday he tried not to put too many expectations on the talented, but woefully inexperienced Joey Logano.
"We were really looking for just constant improvement, and that's really what we've seen," ...
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