Logano secured a Chase birth with a victory in the Fire Keepers 400 at Michigan International Speedway in June.
When the Chase began at Chicagoland Speedway, Gordon and Logano focused on advancing to the Round of 12 through consistency, posting an average finishing position of 6.3 and scoring two top-10 finishes.
He wound up finishing fourth in the race and second in the title chase behind Jimmie Johnson.
At the NASCAR Awards Banquet in Las Vegas, Logano vowed to not accept loss, but to accept growth.
He also won the NASCAR Camping World East Series season-opening race en route to the NASCAR East Series Championship and Rookie of the Year titles with five wins, two poles, 10 top-five and 10 top-10 finishes in just 14 starts.
Logano is also a two-time winner of the NASCAR All-Star Showdown, formerly held every year at Irwindale (Cal.) Speedway.
That same year he was also the youngest driver to compete in a Legends car when he made a start as a nine year-old racer.
22 Ford to a 36-place finish at Charlotte to open the round.
The team’s three victories on the season and runner-up finish in the championship secured their place among the elite teams in the sport, and the No.
22 Shell-Pennzoil/AAA/Autotrader team returns for the 2017 season virtually unchanged from the previous three years.
In his first full Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season in 2009, Logano recorded his first career series victory when he took the checkered flag at Loudon.
He went on to secure three top-five and seven top-10 finishes.