Joey Logano won the Xfinity race at Watkins Glen International for the second straight year Saturday.
Just as he did a year ago, Logano started from the pole in the Zippo 200 and dominated, leading 67 laps. He started on the front row with Team Penske teammate Brad Keselowski, who was in contention until a broken track bar mount sent him to the pits with six laps to go.
It was Logano's 26th win in the series and the first Xfinity triumph for Penske since November, a span of 21 races.
Paul Menard finished second, followed by Kyle Larson, Daniel Suarez, Trevor Bayne and points leader Elliott Sadler.
Kyle Busch challenged for the lead early, but damage to his splitter forced him to the pits and he also was involved in a nine-car crash that sent him to the garage.