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Joseph Thomas Logano (born May 24, 1990), is an American professional stock car racing driver. He competes full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 22 Ford Mustang for Team Penske. Logano is the 2018 and 2022 NASCAR Cup Series champion. He previously drove the No. 20 Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing from 2009 to 2012, scoring two wins, 16 top-five finishes, and 41 top tens. He also competed in the No. 02 Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing and the No. 96 Toyota Camry for Hall of Fame Racing, both in 2008 on a part-time basis.

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"@context":" ","@type":"FAQPage","mainEntity":["@type":"Question","name":"What are some other names for pop and bang?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Pop and bang is also called deceleration map, crackle map, pop and crackle, anti-lag system, popcorn, exhaust crackle, pop on overrun, exhaust overrun, AK47 and in some countries schubblubbern or schubabschaltung. All of these terms refer to the same effect.\n","@type":"Question","name":"Does pop and bang affect performance?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"On turbocharged vehicles, it does. As explained above, keeping the turbo spooled makes reaction time shorter and reduces or even eliminates turbo lag after deceleration. If your exhaust is popping and cracking, that means gases are flowing through it and they are keeping your turbo running. \n","@type":"Question","name":"Is pop and bang safe?\n","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"If done properly, kept under control, well tested and not taken too far, pops and bangs are completely safe. In fact, many manufacturers offer pop and bang sounds as a stock feature for their cars and they come with regular warranty and safety claims. These include some of the most famous manufacturers such as Mercedes-Benz (especially for AMG cars), BMW and VW and other VAG models. So, yes, pops and bangs, if done right, are completely safe. Otherwise, they would hardly find their place in regular production cars.\n\nGoing too far can be detrimental to your valves, exhaust system and catalysts and in some cases even turbo. This is why a controlled pop and bang tune developed by experts is essential if you want to enjoy the awesome sounds and also keep the safety and reliability of your car.\n","@type":"Question","name":"Do I need to have turbo for pop and bang?\n","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Turbo is not a requirement for pops and bangs, since the most important segments are the delays in ignition and fuel cutoff. The only difference between cars with and without turbo is that turbocharged cars will benefit from the anti-lag feature.\n\nMoreover, pops and bangs can also occur when the car stands still. The mechanism is fairly similar, but the sounds are of noticeably lower intensity.\n","@type":"Question","name":"Do I have to change my downpipe for pop and bang?\n","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"This depends on a few conditions, including the stock setup, catalyst flow, OPF and how hard you want the pops.\nGenerally speaking, pop and bang can damage your catalysts which are usually located in the downpipe. The harder the pop and bang, the more chance for an issue. However, we also know that many stock cars with catalysts have pop and bang. \nThe reason for this and the answer to the question is that higher flow sports catalysts and controlled, safe pop and bang can be combined in some vehicles.\nOf course, should the legal conditions for road cars in your country allow it, or if you are making a track car, catless downpipes are a safe bet for pop and bang on any car.\nIf you need help deciding on whether your car should have pop and bang installed, how hard you can go and if you need to change any stock parts, contact us and get the best guidance from experienced engineers.\n","@type":"Question","name":"Can I Turn Pop and Bang on and off\n","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Yes, you can, depending on the model. The most common setup is activating pop and bang only when the sport mode is engaged. It gives you the versatility of using your car as a daily driver with a more subdued sound for everyday conditions and also enjoying the extreme soundtrack when enjoying its performance.\n"]

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In February 2007, Destruction Derby became available for download from the PlayStation Network for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable systems. Later in 2011 the game became available for a paid download on the Android platform, but is has since been removed from its store. In 2012 the game was released for download for the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation Certified devices from the PlayStation Mobile service (this closed down in 2015). Destruction Derby will also come preloaded on the upcoming PlayStation Classic system in North America and the PAL region set to be released in December 2018.

The fastest raw stock car driver in the game is clearly The Skum in every race, whereas there are several competitors who are better in the Destruction Derby event. Competitors such as Psycho, Undertaker and The Taxman are amongst the best drivers in all modes, whereas drivers such as Suicide Squad are good in wrecking modes, but very slow in stock car modes. Learner Driver is known to be by far the slowest driver.

Writing for GamePro, Captain Squideo called Destruction Derby "the most raucous racing experience of the fall". He believed that its "graphics are almost all you could want for a game" of this type, but wrote that "nothing here stands out as graphically spectacular". He complained that the game does not let players customise cars, and he disliked its lack of split-screen multiplayer. He summarised, "Limited options keep Destruction Derby out of the winner's circuit, but this rowdy stock-car racer still generates a stadium full of thrashin' fun."[32] Victor Lucas of The Electric Playground stated that "the beauty of the game" is the strategy involved in making "calculated strikes" against enemy vehicles, and he wrote, "If you go all out and try to make big noise on the track, more than likely you'll be limping to the scrap yard in seconds." He believed that the game's Stock Car racing mode "is no match for the white knuckle inertia of either Wipeout or Ridge Racer", and that the demolition derbies in The Bowl were "most fun to be had" in the game. He praised the game's graphics and physics, and concluded, "Destruction Derby is a winner in every capacity."[19] A reviewer for Next Generation was extremely pleased with the concept of smashing into other cars, saying it taps into a near-universal fantasy. He remarked the single-player mode is indefinably "lacking" but the multiplayer offers unqualified enjoyment.[20] The review from Edge Magazine noted that whilst the game provides good fun, the "central problem" is that the tracks are too "narrow." The reviewer felt that the game should have been given more time to fix this flaw.[12]

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