By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Joey Logano won the Pennzoil 400 presented by Jiffy Lube on Sunday. Logano drove the Pennzoil car to victory at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Logano led 86 of the 267 laps. He also received 58 points with the win and six playoff points.
Brad Keselowski — who won last week’s event in Atlanta — finished second in his Discount Tire car. He also led 17 laps and received 43 points.
Roger Penske finished 1-2 with Logano and Keselowski as the runner-up.
This is Logano’s first win since winning the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, Florida. The win gave Logano the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Championship.
Kyle Busch was the third-place finisher in his M&M Chocolate Bar car. The Joe Gibbs Racing driver led 13 laps and received 43 points, as well, like Logano.
Kevin Harvick was the fourth-place driver. The Jimmy John’s driver for Stewart Haas Racing led a race-high 88 laps and received 52 points and one playoff point.
Kyle’s brother Kurt Busch finished fifth. He led 23 laps and received 32 points in his Star Nursery entry for Chip Ganassi Racing.
Hertz driver William Byron led 21 laps in his Rick Hendrick entry. Haas Automation driver Daniel Suárez led 12 laps for Stewart Haas Racing.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr., the driver of the Fastenal entry for Jack Roush, led five laps. Austin Dillon, driving the Dow Silastic Silicone Elastomers for Richard Childress Racing, also led two laps.
Only one car did not finish the race in ‘running’ condition. Joey Gase had engine problems on lap 10 in his Donate Life Nevada entry for Carl Long and could not continue.
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