Joey Logano owned Michigan Speedway on Monday leading 163 of 203 laps to win for the second time this season and for the third time at Michigan.  But it was a nailbiter at the end when Erik Jones' spin into the infield brought out the yellow flag setting up a two-lap restart.

With Martin Truex, Jr. beside him and the Busch brothers behind him, Logano got a great start, shot out to the lead and held off Kurt Busch at the finish line by two car lengths for his 23rd career victory.  It gives Ford the last three wins at Michigan along with the Michigan Heritage Trophy that goes with it.

After Kurt Busch, Truex settled for third followed by Daniel Suarez and Kyle Busch.

The race was moved to Monday after Sunday's scheduled race was rained out.

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers have next weekend off.  Next on the schedule is Sonoma Speedway and the season's first of two road course races this year.

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