2012 – Wins a combined 10 races in the NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series. Records his second-career Sprint Cup victory at Pocono and matches a career high with two pole positions at Pocono and Homestead. Also establishes a career high with 190 laps led. In the Nationwide Series, leads all drivers with nine wins, six poles and 1,065 laps led despite only competing in 22 of 33 races.
2011 – Competes in both the NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series. In the Sprint Cup Series, Logano win the pole at Sonoma and Pocono and earns four top-five and six top-10 finishes. Competing in the Nationwide Series, Logano secures a victory at Daytona and a pole at Nashville on the way to posting eight top-five and 15 top-10 finishes on the year.
2010 – Starts in all 36 Sprint Cup races with a best finish of runner-up at Martinsville. Wins the pole at Bristol and earns a career high seven top-five and 16 top-10 finishes. Ends the year with seven top-10 results in the final 11 races. Wins two Nationwide Series races at Kentucky and Kansas and leads all drivers with eight poles. Also posts career bests of 15 top-five and 24 top-10 efforts.
2009 – Completes first full season in the Sprint Cup Series and starts all 36 races. Becomes the youngest Sprint Cup winner in history with a victory at Loudon and follows that up by becoming the youngest winner in the 55-year history of the Sprint Cup Series Rookie of the Year award. On the year he records top-five results Charlotte, Talladega and Loudon and seven top-10 finishes. Competes in 22 of 35 Nationwide Series races, securing five race victories, four pole positions, 13 top-five and 16 top-10 results.
2008 – Joins the Nationwide Series and competes in limited races in the Sprint Cup Series. Demonstrates his talent instantly by winning the pole in his second Nationwide Series start at Nashville and wins at Kentucky from the pole in just his third race, making him the youngest winner in Nationwide Series history. Also records poles at Richmond and Homestead. In 19 Nationwide Series races earns one win, three poles and 14 top-10 finishes. Makes his Sprint Cup Series debut at Loudon in September with additional Cup Series starts at Kansas and Texas.
2007 – Begins his NASCAR career competing in the NASCAR Camping World West Series. Visits victory lane in his first race in the West Series at Phoenix and wins the NASCAR East Series season-opener en route to the NASCAR Camping World Series East Championship and East Series Rookie of the Year honors. Ends the year with five wins, two poles, 10 top-five and 10 top-10 finishes in just 14 starts.
2006-2005 – Competes in the USAR Hooter’s Pro Cup Series. Wins one race with six top-five finishes in 2005 and wins two races with one pole and three top-five finishes in 2006.
2004 – Races in the ASA Late Model Series, earning five top-five and eight top-10 finishes.
2003 – Advances up to the Georgia Asphalt Series and Southern All-Star Series while also competing in the American Speed Association National Tour.
2002 – Competes in Legends cars for the full schedule. Sets a track record with 14 consecutive wins at Atlanta Motor Speedway and wins the Young Lions National championship. Also captures the Pro National championship that year to become the youngest Pro division champion in Legends history.
2001-1999 – Begins racing Bandoleros in 1999 and quickly emerges the National Bandoleros Bandits Champion. Becomes the youngest driver to compete in a Legends car at nine years old. The following year captures the Bandoleros division championships at Atlanta (Ga.) Motor Speedway and Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C.
1999-1997 – Starts his racing career with Quarter Midgets racing in the Northeast. Captures his first championship at the age of seven in the 1997 Eastern Grand National Championship in the Junior Stock Car Quarter Midget division. Follows up his first title with Eastern Grand National Championships in 1998 and 1999.