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Watkins Glen Recap

A wild ending took away what appeared to be certain victory from Kyle Busch on the last lap of today’s race at Watkins Glen International. Busch would get spun by the No. 2 car on the final lap to drop from first to a seventh-place finish, while a broken shock mount left Joey Logano back in 32nd and an engine failure relegated Denny Hamlin to 34th-place.
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Pocono Recap

Rain played a major factor in today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Pennsylvania 400 at Pocono Raceway with heavy downpours delaying the start and then another round of storms bringing the day to early conclusion.

Through the opening laps it appeared it might be a great day for Joe Gibbs Racing with all three cars showing speed early on, but unfortunately the good fortune would not last and when NASCAR called the race after just 98 of the scheduled 160 laps it would be Joey Logano leading the team with a 13th-place finish, while an accident just before the last round of rain left Denny Hamlin back in 29th and an early part failure resulted in a 33rd-place finish for Kyle Busch.
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Indianapolis Recap

All three Joe Gibbs Racing entries started in the top ten for today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and for much of the day it appeared all three would finish in the top ten as well.

When it was over Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin were able to remain in the top ten and earn second and sixth-place finishes respectively, while a late race accident would leave Joey Logano to finish a disappointing 33rd, despite running the majority of the race just outside the top five.
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Daytona Recap

Joey Logano would survive yet another wild finish tonight to lead Joe Gibbs Racing with a fourth-place finish in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coke Zero 400 from Daytona International Speedway. Unfortunately teammates Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin were unable to avoid one of several late-race accidents and were left to finish 24th and 25th respectively.

All three Joe Gibbs Racing entries would spend the first half of the race using caution on the track in an effort to avoid any potential early accidents while running in the familiar pack style of racing at the 2.5-mile superspeedway. Fortunately for everyone, there were no major accidents and the first caution of the night wouldn’t come out until midway through the 160-lap race.
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