Tom Logano is the father of American professional stock car racing driver, Joey Logano who was born on May 24th, 1990 in Middletown, Connecticut in the United States of America. His son, Joey actually brought him to the spotlight.
|Father of Joey Logano, American professional stock car racing driver
Who are Joey Logano’s parents?
Logano was born to Debbie Logano and Thomas J. Logano who is of Italian ancentry. He shares the same parents with his sister, Danielle Logano.
Logano was identified as having alopecia areata, an autoimmune condition that affects the hair follicles, in September 2019. Although the condition has no physical or physiological hazards, it might result in patches of baldness, which Logano has frequently made fun of.
After capturing his second NASCAR Cup Series Championship in December 2022, Logano underwent hair treatment and flaunted the results on Twitter.
Meet Tom Logano’s Son and His Career Path
Joey Logano is a professional stock racing driver. When he was 6 years old, Connecticut-based quarter-midget racer Logano started his racing career. He won the Jr. Stock Car Division of the Eastern Grand National Championship for the first time in 1997. In 1998, he won the Jr. Honda Division Championship, and in the first few months of 1999, he won the Lt. Mod.
Champion division. Later in 1999, Logano triumphed in the Sr. Stock, Lt. Mod, and Lt. B divisions, taking home three New England Regional Championships. He participated in several years of pavement Late Model racing.
When Logano was 15 years old, veteran Nextel Cup Series driver Mark Martin, who was racing for Jack Roush (Roush Fenway Racing), referred to Logano as “the real deal”.
Casey Atwood, who was 18 years, 313 days old in 1999, was the previous youngest. When Logano won the 2009 Lenox Industrial Tools 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway at the age of 19 years, 35 days, he set a new record for the youngest Cup Series victor ever.
Kyle Busch, who was 20 years and 125 days old in 2005, was the previous youngest. In two of NASCAR’s three premier divisions, Logano is presently the sport’s youngest-ever champion.
Logano is also the first driver in NASCAR’s three main divisions who was born in the 1990s. Only Trevor Bayne was younger than him when he won the Daytona 500 in 2015. He is also the Xfinity Series and Cup’s youngest-ever champion driver.