Well, we made it to the end of the race without the typical superspeedway chaos that unfolds usually in the NASCAR Cup Series, and in turn fans saw an amazing show between two of the best superspeedway racers in NASCAR history.
Coming to the white flag, Brad Keselowski was leading the field – as he had the previous 30 laps – and was looking poised to secure his first victory as a co-owner of RFK Racing in the NASCAR Cup Series, but Joey Logano had something to say.
Logano, who scored the pole position for Sunday’s event, was able to make a smooth move to the outside of Keselowski in the middle of turns one and two, getting to the outside of the No. 6 Ford Mustang and getting clear of the RFK Racing driver.
How about that one? @joeylogano makes a last-lap pass on @keselowski to secure the victory in the #AmbetterHealth400 at @ATLMotorSpdwy.
4. @CoreyLaJoie (!)
5. @TylerReddick #NASCAR
— Joseph Srigley (@joe_srigley) March 19, 2023
The seasoned veteran would go on to capture his 32nd career victory in the NASCAR Cup Series, keeping Brad Keselowski behind him – who held on for a second-place result. Christopher Bell was third, with Corey LaJoie and Tyler Reddick in the top-five.