Logano already was a man
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Joey Logano's face was blood red and sweat was rolling down his face. He had a fist full of his thick, black hair in each hand pulling as though he was going to rip it out.
He was mad.
"Pissed off," as he not-so-delicately put it.
This quote was moments after the 20-year-old Joe Gibbs Racing driver parked his car on pit road Sunday at Pocono Raceway and confronted veteran Sprint Cup driver Kevin Harvick about the wreck that cost Logano a top-5 ...
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