Look: NASCAR Champion Joey Logano Visits Donald Trump at the White House

Rob Goldberg@TheRobGoldbergFeatured ColumnistApril 30, 2019

President Donald Trump, right, speaks as he welcomes Joey Logano, left, the 2018 NASCAR Cup Series Champion, to the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Tuesday, April 30, 2019. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
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NASCAR driver Joey Logano was honored at the White House Tuesday after winning the Monster Energy Cup Series title last year.

He got to spend some time next to President Donald Trump, as well as the trophy and his No. 22 car parked right in front of the building.

Jay Busbee @jaybusbee

Joey Logano, hanging with the president https://t.co/QN8Com4oha

Sean Doody @swdoody

.@NASCAR Cup Series champion @joeylogano’s car in front of the South Portico of the White House. https://t.co/agtSAXLLp3

Although several sports teams have turned down the opportunity to celebrate titles with Trump, Logano was seemingly happy to be there.

"I gotta pinch myself to think what I'm doing here right now," the driver said, per Jeff Gluck.

Meanwhile, Trump praised Logano, saying his Ford went "a little faster than the other ones, but it also had to do with your right foot," via TMZ Sports.

The president was also gifted a racing helmet from last season:

Mark Knoller @markknoller

Driver Joey Logano presents Pres Trump with a team racing helmet. He didn't try it on, as he did the team cap given him yesterday by the Baylor Lady Bears. https://t.co/oonaiqZKwe

The NASCAR season continues in Dover International Speedway in Delaware on Sunday, a relatively short trip for Logano from Washington, D.C.