He also claims 13 top-five finishes, and 1,484 laps led. Here are the race odds according to the Westgate Sportsbook: — Over half (51.2 percent) of Cup Series races at Phoenix have been won from a starting position inside the top 10. has led the second-most laps behind Kevin Harvick and has finished in the top 10 in half of such races.
He’s 17 points behind the Round of 12 cutoff and almost certainly needs a win to advance.
Although Busch has 34 races worth of experience at the Monster Mile, his only win was back in 2011.
While the lack of punishment may encourage Busch to perhaps retaliate, Logano says he and Busch have spoken since the incident and cooler heads have prevailed — for now.
Don't expect Joe Gibbs Racing, which has a history with Logano, to be submissive when NASCAR is back in action Sunday in Phoenix.
The flat, one-mile track will provide plenty of bumping and grinding, who knows which driver may get loose and create contact.
It's no secret Kevin Harvick is the driver to beat on Sunday.However, his fourth-place finish earlier this year was his first top-10 finish since 2014, so he needs to drive like he did in June to lock himself into the next playoff round.Things aren’t looking good for the Stewart-Haas Racing driver after he plowed into teammate Kevin Harvick on Sunday, effectively ending both of their races.In Sunday’s ISM Connect 300, Larson finished second while Keselowski was fourth.With four drivers guaranteed in the next round, eight spots are up for grabs.He finished 23rd and 13th in the first two playoff races, respectively.