Four wide was the norm today at Las Vegas, and each driver was trying to get every inch on a restart. A Chevrolet absolutely should've won this race, but we move on and take it on the chin. Chase Elliott was the class of the field by a long shot, but tire troubles led to a 26th place finsh. As the race wore on, strategy was key in setting up the final restart of the day with 2 laps to go. The first seven cars stayed out (in my mind the correct move) but a handful came down for fresh tires, which made them look like they had one hundred extra damn horesepower! It was no holds barred on the last few laps, beating and banging up and down the turns and straights, tire smoke and grass flying until the caution was thrown on the white flag lap. With his new (and undoubtedly better than anyone hes ever worked with) Crew Chief Paul Wolfe, Joey logano nabbed his 24th career victory and his 2nd at Vegas.