No. 22 Shell-Pennzoil Ford
Logano’s road to NASCAR began when he was just six years old and he started competing in Quarter Midgets throughout the Northeast. He captured his first championship at the age of seven in the 1997 Eastern Grand National Championship in the Junior Stock Car Quarter Midget division. As he continued through the Quarter Midget ranks, he followed up his first title with Eastern Grand National Championships in 1998 and 1999.
Throughout the years, Logano has continued to be a dominant force in the XFINITY Series as well, including a record-setting 2012 season that saw the Middletown, Conn. native lead all series drivers with nine wins, six poles and 1,065 laps led while competing in just 22 of 33 races. Since joining the XFINITY Series in 2008, Logano has earned 27 wins, 31 poles (which ranks fifth on the all-time list), 84 top-five and 129 top-10 finishes in just 159 career starts.