Joey Logano Hoping To Take Advantage of Tony Stewart's Departure
Since Tony Stewart will be leaving the Joe Gibbs Racing at the end of the season, Gibbs now has an available seat that is in need of a fresh driver. Is Joey Logano the man, or shall I say “boy”, for the job? He has proven his ability in the Nationwide Series, but does he have the experience to play with the big dogs?
Logano is an incredibly talented driver who has proved to the world that he can compete with the Nationwide Series drivers at the young age of 18.
When he turned 18-years old, he raced his first race with the Nationwide series and ended up with a 6th place. Nobody expected him to do as well as he did, and he’s been proving himself ever since with two poles and one win, having only competed in a total of five races.
Logano is the real deal…but does he have enough experience to compete with the big dogs in the Sprint Cup?
I think Logano is a great driver but personally don’t think he has enough experience to compete with the Sprint Cup racers. On Sunday the top racers in the world drive out on the track and every one of them has the ability and talent that Logano has. The difference between Joey Logano and Tony Stewart is experience, and the only way to gain experience is to continue to race with the Nationwide guys.
If I were Joe Gibbs I would weigh out my options and make sure I’m making the right decision. Joey Logano is an incredible racer and will one day be on top in the Sprint Cup Series—but now is not the time. There are so many great drivers out there jockeying for position and trying to secure a spot for next year.
Ryan Newman, for example, is one of those great drivers looking to make a decision on where he’s going to be racing next year. We all know rumors are stating he’s looking to join Tony Stewart in his venture, but why would you, as an experienced and top driver, pick a team who will be going through growing pains for the next year or so?
Newman should join a team that knows how to win and who has the formula to win, that team being Joe Gibbs in the No. 20 car.
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Whoever drives the No. 20 car next year is going to be sitting in a proven car. The 20 car is a winning car that has not only won races but has also won Championships. It’s a car that comes with an experienced crew led by crew chief Greg Zipadelli—so the future of this car is in good hands and will have the ability to win.
It has to be tough as a crew chief not knowing who your driver will be next year. I’m sure he’s focused on this year, but with all the hype and rumors going around about the No. 20 car, I’ll bet he’s anxious to find out.
Who knows—maybe he already knows who will be racing with him. I guess the only thing we can do is wait and see.
I feel like the only thing we hear these days are rumors…the only FACTS out there is Tony Stewart changing teams and Jeff Gordon popping more wine bottles. One of these days I’m going to get Gordon to do a keg stand…So if you’re out there reading this Jeff, you better start practicing.
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