NASCAR: Grading Every Team At The All-Star Break

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Team Penske: (A-)

Brad Keselowski

Keselowski already has a win under his belt heading into the All-Star break but that doesn’t change the fact that his last four races haven’t been the best. Before his top-10 finish at Kansas he had three consecutive finishes of 17th or worse. Overall Keselowski has seven top-10 finishes in his first 11 races and is sitting inside of the top-10 in points.


Joey Logano

Logano got the 2015 season off with a bang when he won the Daytona 500. Logano has not won again since the Daytona 500 but he has come close on a couple of occasions. In 11 races in 2015 Logano has nine top-10 finishes which is pretty impressive. Of those nine top-10 finishes, six of them are top-five finishes. Logano has already put himself in a prime spot to make the chase and it’s safe to say that he will most likely win again before the chase which would of course secure his spot in the 2015 chase.