Joey Logano will compete in his 13th NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) season in 2020 and his eighth year racing for Team Penske as he seeks his second NCS series championship. The 2018 Cup Series title-winner will make his 400th career Cup Series start in the season-opening Daytona 500 and he will be the youngest driver to make 400 starts in series history at just 29 years old.

Logano produced another strong season in 2019, as he and the No. 22 Shell-Pennzoil/AAA/Autotrader/MoneyLion Ford Mustang team scored two wins, two poles, 12 top-five and 21 top-10 finishes. While Logano ultimately finished fifth in the series championship standings, he and the No. 22 team spent the majority of the season positioned among the top two in Cup Series points. The team focused on consistency and earning stage points, scoring more through the entire season than any other competitor. Those points kept the team poised to make a deep playoff run, even when mechanical failures or on-track incidents could have brought a premature end to the No. 22 Ford’s title hopes. Logano advanced to the Playoffs Round of 8, for the fifth time in six seasons, but the No. 22 team was not able to advance to the Championship 4 in the season finale to defend his 2018 series title.

As the team embarks on its quest to win a second title in 2020, Logano will work with a new crew chief and a new team around him that also brings a championship resume to the garage. Paul Wolfe is in his 10th season with Team Penske and after overseeing more than 30 wins and 20 pole positions while leading the No. 2 team to the 2012 Cup Series title, Wolfe and his crew transition to the No. 22 Shell-Pennzoil/AAA/Auto Club of Southern California/Autotrader/MoneyLion Ford Mustang to work with Logano this season.