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Logano: First Win Comes in Rain Shortened Loudon

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Joey Logano gets his first Cup victory at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, making him the youngest driver in NASCAR history to win a race in the premier series. Many people have been complaining that he gets this win due to NASCAR calling the race with only a handful of laps left and Jeff Gordon marching towards the front.

My thoughts, get over it. This is not the first time a driver wins a race due to rain, in fact it’s not the first time this year. If Gordon, or better yet, Dale Earnhardt Jr. got a win this way, ending his losing streak, do you think anyone would be complaining then?

Get over it people. NASCAR did nothing different then they have done in the past. I don’t like rain shortened races, but they are a part of the series, and it is in the rule book. If you want to eliminate them, take a page out of the Formula One book and put rain tires on these guys with wipers and let them go.

Congratulations Joey. I expect this won’t be your last victory!

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About Christopher Smith

A long time fan of NASCAR, he attended his first race as a kid in 1979 at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the World 600. Christopher watched Darrell Waltrip drive his way to victory and from that day forward hes been hooked. As president of RubbingsRacing.com, Christopher launched the site in 2000 and in the past decade, it has grown into a NASCAR-accredited web site hosting multiple podcasts, dedicated writers and race coverage at the majority of NASCAR-sanctioned events. Christopher is an official member of the National Motorsports Press Association (NMPA).

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