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DARLINGTON, S. Brandon Spikes Jersey .C. —Joey Logano
wrecked leader Elliott Sadler five laps from the end, then broke free during a
green-white-checkered finish at Darlington Raceway for his second straight
Nationwide Series victory Friday night. Logano was in third place after the
fifth caution period tightened up the race at the end. Logano bumped Sadler at
the restart, turning the lead car into the wall. Logano then shot past Joe Gibbs
Racing teammate Denny Hamlin during NASCARs version of overtime and held on for
his third series victory of the season. Logano said hed used bump-drafting
tactic with Sadler earlier in the race and was trying to again help get the
Nationwide regular out front. When Sadlers car turned right into the wall, “my
heart dropped,” Logano said. “You dont want to be the guy that does something
like that,” Logano continued. “But at no point in my mind did I think, Man, Im
going to wreck him to win the race.” Once it happened and Logano was through
without damage, his thoughts turned to victory. “Youve got to find a way to put
it behind you and do your job and win the race,” he said. Logano left Sadler a
voice mail and said he was off to seek him out after post-race interviews.
Sadler was visibly angry when he left the car, pacing and grimacing while his
team inspected the damage. Sadler said he understood what Logano was doing, but
he needed to show awareness of how treacherous Darlington can be. “You just dont
bump draft every place you go, especially not at a place like Darlington,”
Sadler said. Logano apologized to Sadler on the radio moments after the
incident. “Tell Elliott that I didnt mean to do that,” he said. “I was trying to
push him out ahead like the last restart. He started spinning his tires” Hamlin
finished second, giving him five top-two placings in his seven Nationwide races
here. Brad Keselowski was third followed by Sam Hornish Jr. and Austin Dillon.
Two high-profile first-timers at Darlington finished on the lead lap: Danica
Patrick was 12th while extreme sports star Travis Pastrana was 17th in his
second-ever series race. For much of the night, this race looked like Hamlins.
He moved in front early are led for 102 of the 147 laps. Hamlin was ahead by
nearly seven seconds with 20 laps to go when Kurt Busch hit the wall to bring
out the fourth caution flag. Sadler took two tires as the leaders pitted and
beat the field out to move in front. He held the spot only 12 laps until Brendan
Gaughans wreck set up the decisive restart. Logano bumped Sadler as the cars
came to the line, eventually sending the Nationwide Series regular right into
the outside wall and leaving his car badly wrecked. “Its just a shame, man,”
said Sadler, who ended 24th. Logano quickly took control of the
green-while-checkered finish as he shot past Hamlin to open up a lead of several
car lengths. Loganos win was the sixth in the past seven Nationwide events at
Darlington for Joe Gibbs Racing drivers. Loganos success on restarts was crucial
to the win, his crew chief Adam Stevens said. “We werent quite as good as
(Hamlin), but Joey was exceptional on the restarts and we used that to our
advantage,” Stevens said. Hamlin said engine problems robbed his team of power
to compete with Logano at the end. “We just cant keep dominating these races and
not win them,” Hamlin said. Ricky Stenhouse Jr., who started from the poll,
finished sixth and took a 23-point lead over Sadler in the series standings.
Brian Scott was seventh, followed by Busch in eighth, James Buescher in ninth
and Cole Whitt in 10th. For Patrick, it was her third top-15 finish in her past
four Nationwide races in her first season in NASCAR. It also ended a harried day
of practice and qualifying in Sprint Cup and Nationwide in her first-ever tour
of “The Lady in Black.” Pastrana also made it through on a circuit he said at
first had him as “scared” as hed ever been driving in NASCAR. “With rally,
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media during the season. Roberson, 33, is hitting .319 in 93 games this season.
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