2010 Joey Logano ♯20 The Home Depot TOYOTA CAMRY '10

On June 14, 2008, at the 16th round of the NASCAR Busch Series in Kentucky, Joey Logano, in his third race, became the youngest driver to win a Nationwide Series race. He was only 18 years and 21 days old at the time. A truly amazing record that had racing fans across the U.S. bewildered.

In 2009, at 19 years of age, Logano became a fulltime participant of the Sprint Cup - the premiere NASCAR event position under the Busch Series - as a member of Joe Gibbs racing, one of the major teams in NASCAR. His car wore the number 20, which signaled his position as the successor to Tony Stewart (also number 20), a very popular NASCAR with two championships under his belt. Logano[1] inherited Stewart's longtime sponsor Home Depot as well as many of his staff and team members. From the very beginning, Logano's[1] team was built to win.

And the young Logano[1] was up to challenge as he finished high in the rankings midway into the season. Encouraged by team owner Joe Gibbs, the legendary NFL coach who led the Washington Redskins to three Super Bowl titles, and his teammates Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin, Logano[1] proved that he belonged with the best stock car racers in the world as Toyota's lead driver and is destined to become a shining star for years to come.


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Miswritten as "Logan" in the game.

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