BROOKLYN, Mich. – Joey Logano followed up his Sprint Cup victory at Pocono last weekend with a win on the Nationwide Series on Saturday at Michigan International Speedway.
Logano held off James Buescher for his fifth Nationwide win of the year and 14th of his career. He has won four of the last five races in the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota.
Kurt Busch, back from a one-week suspension, finished third.
There was a red flag with seven laps to go after an accident involving Josh Richards and Jamie Dick. Flames shot briefly out of Dicks car, but both drivers were evaluated and released after the crash.
24 HOURS OF Le MANS: At Le Mans, France, Audi was in position to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans for the 11th time, with its cars in the top three spots. Its main rival, Toyota, fell out of contention after its two cars retired.
In the 12th hour, defending champion Benoit Treluyer in the Audi No.1 led Tom Kristensens Audi No. 2 by 1 minute, 45.111 seconds, and Marco Bonanomis Audi No. 4 by a lap. Neel Janis Lola No. 12 was fourth, five laps behind.
NHRA: At Bristol, Tenn., Antron Brown retained the No. 1 position in Top Fuel qualifying, and Bob Tasca and Allen Johnson also kept the top spots in the NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals.
Brown set both ends of Bristol Dragways Top Fuel track records during his second qualifying attempt Friday with a 3.814-second pass at 323.12 mph.
Tasca topped the Funny Car field with his Friday pass of 4.063 seconds at 310.48 mph.
In Pro Stock, Allen Johnson also remained on top with his Friday run of 6.623 at 207.75.