“I'd have to say that today the team really was disciplined. It executed the pit stops. I think you saw that almost at every stop we picked up two or three spots, and Joey's restarts were classic Logano,” commented Roger Penske, Team Penske team owner. “I mean, no one was able to be as cool as he was and take the position. For me here on our 50th year to have this success, it's pretty special.”
Logano started the race third in Chase points (+1) above the cut line. After early race contact, Logano battled hard and ran in the top five for most of the race. He fought hard during the pressure packed 312 mile race, leading a total of 58 laps. Ford Performance teammates No. 21 Ryan Blaney finished P8 and Brad Keselowski finished P14.