In the inaugural running of the NASCAR Nationwide Series Indiana 250 at the Brickyard, Joey Logano deftly piloted the #20 Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII Toyota around the 2.5 mile oval. After qualifying sixth, Logano struggled with a car that was tight on corner exit. Despite losing positions while the pit crew worked to adjust the car’s handling during the race, Logano still managed to work his way up to fourth. Logano was able to steer clear of the track carnage and keep the paint job pristine. Only after losing a few spots during a slow pit stop and a caution did a top-five finish escape him, but he still managed to score his tenth top-ten finish of the season by crossing the historic yard of bricks in seventh. To learn more about Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII, check out the official site at

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