“Austin had too big of a lead at that point, and I was like, perfect, we’re going to end up 1-2 right here. Honestly, he (Hill) threw some major blocks that had to get Crafton checked up, and if I would have gone in, I would have wrecked us.”
“You have the whole race to think about making a move and we were all out there just waiting,” Logano said. “Everyone behind me really wanted to go and I just knew that I had to wait.”
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With 12 laps to go, Logano drove around the No. 78 Furniture Row Racing Toyota like it was stopped on the track, and never looked back.
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“I didn’t know if I was going to have the opportunity to compete for a championship even after we got our first win. Everyone pulled together hard here.”
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Barrett said what will stick out most to him about the race is being able to say he was a part of the 40-starter field at the ROVAL.
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Kyle Busch lit Pocono on fire on Saturday afternoon.