Logano Holds On To Win at Vegas

Logano Holds On To Win at Vegas

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Kevin Harvick (4) leads the field at the start of the to the Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Penske driver Joey Logano held off teammate Brad Keselowski to win Sunday's 400-miler at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Despite battling with stage one victor Kevin Harvick at the start of the final segment, Atlanta race-winner Keselowski emerged as Logano's chief challenger in the latter stages of the race.

"I thought this was going to be the toughest of the three", Busch said of the Xfinity Series race.

Harvick placed fourth and Kurt Busch rounded out the top five.

Sensing that his speed might be excessive, Busch hammered the brakes in his No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota and lit up his tires, which screamed as he slid past the commitment line.

"What a great race", Logano said. "It's not about the fastest vehicle". We haven't had any penalties, and we will just keep chipping away at it. As a result, the yellow flag waved only twice for scheduled cautions that divided the race distance into its three stages.

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"I'd like to have one more lap", said Keselowski, who won the playoff race in Vegas last September. When we're in dirty air, the vehicle is like that.

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Harvick won last year's 267-lap race, but defending one's crown is always hard in NASCAR, particularly with stiff competition from veterans and new-comers alike.

Busch had to bounce back from falling to 33rd place during an early unscheduled pit stop due to a loose wheel, but the veteran Cup Series driver rolled back into the lead and still led 98 laps.

Extending his stint at the end of the second stage, Busch was able to stay out when the rest of the field pitted at the start of stage three.

"It gave us a lot to learn from today, and I'm really proud of everybody to get a top five". "As a team, we go out and play by the rules that are presented to us. Now we've got two top fives to year, but we know we've got some more work to do".