Although he won last month's All Star race, Joey Logano registered his first points win of the season by dominating Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Michigan International Speedway.  Logano led 138 of 200 laps at the two-mile track to become the 10th different winner this season.  He's also the seventh different winner in the last seven races.

Chase Elliott came in second with Kyle Larson coming in third marking a NASCAR record for the youngest top-3 finishers in Sprint Cup history.  Logano is 26, Elliott is 20 and Larson is 23 for an average age of 23.

Logano's Team Penske teammate Brad Keselowski finished fourth with Kevin Harvick completing the top 5 after starting 29th.

Two former winners at Michigan; Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and Kyle Busch both were forced out early.  Junior was involved in a crash and the engine of Busch's car blew up to place him dead last in the 40-car field.  It's the fourth consecutive race that Kyle has finished 30th or worse.

Sprint Cup drivers get next weekend off for Father's Day.  Xfinity and Truck Series drivers race next weekend at Iowa.