Joey Logano brought more than the steering wheel back from his Joe Gibbs Racing #20 Game Stop Toyota when he held off his teammate, ol Kylie Busch, as well as Nationwide Series points leader, “Blazingly Bad” Brad Keselowski for the win. Logano held off Busch on the final restart Saturday, with help from a Keselowski push, to win The Kansas Lottery 300 at the Kansas Speedway.
Kyle did give it one more shot in turns #3 and 4 to pass Logano. Busch drove it in deep into turn 3 and took a shot at Logano’s rear bumper! However, that only upset the JGR #20 Game Stop Toyota car only momentarily. Needless to say, the real looser was Busch with that move he attempted in turns #3 and 4. That exuberant pass attempt relegated him to third place in the closing 200 feet of the race. The Kansas Lottery 300 victory was Logano’s second win of the 2010 season and his eighth career win in the Nationwide Series.
Once again for ol Kylie Busch, he lead the most laps, he was very dominating during the race, but he failed to bring home the victory. The other dominating race car was the Kevin Harvick, Inc #33 Jimmy Johns Chevy driven by the owner Kevin Harvick. Harvick brought his race car home in 4th place Saturday.
Here is the unofficial results from The Kansas Lottery 300.
TIL NEXT TIME, I AM STILL WORKING ON MY REDNECK!