August 20, 2014
SPARTA, Ky. (AP) - Joey Logano cruised past Joe Gibbs Racing
teammate Kyle Busch with 10 laps to go and held on to win Kentucky
Speedway's Nationwide Series race for the second consecutive year.
Last year in the Meijer 300, Logano became the youngest winner in a Nationwide event. On Saturday night, he made history as the first repeat winner in the track's signature NASCAR race.
Logano made the move past the series-leading Busch shortly after
a red flag delayed the race for nearly nine minutes to clean debris off the track.
Most of the night, Busch dominated - at one point leading 104 consecutive laps.
It was Busch's second runner-up finish of the day, having lost the NASCAR truck race to Colin Braun hours earlier at Michigan International Speedway.
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