BROOKLYN, Mich. --
Logano entered the weekend in 16th place in the points standings. After winning the pole Friday, he took Sunday's race by 1 second over Harvick, who is safely near the top of the standings.
There are three races left before the Chase.
It was the third Cup win of Logano's career, and it came after he posted the ninth-fastest pole-winning speed in NASCAR history during Friday's qualifying.
Kurt Busch did finish third, improving his chances of reaching the Chase as well. He moved from 11th to ninth in the standings.
Logano is now 13th, just seven points and one spot behind
Sunday's race began with 10 of the first 17 laps under caution. There were nine cautions in all, and Logano and Kurt Busch led for 94 of the 200 laps — nearly half the race.
The 54-year-old Martin emerged late, making a bid for his first Cup win since 2009, but his fuel didn't hold up. He finished 27th.
Johnson finished 40th and is now winless in 24 Cup starts at MIS. His lost weekend began when a practice crash Saturday forced him to use a backup car and start in the back of the field. He quickly made his way into contention before the engine problem ended his day.
Logano's win gave Ford a sweep of the two Cup races at Michigan this year.
Two of Logano's three wins have come from the pole.
Johnson still leads the standings by 41 points over