Harvick Earns 6th Michigan Runner-Up Finish In Rain Shortened Race

Kevin Harvick has to be wondering what does he have to do to get back to victory lane at the Michigan International Speedway. Heading into this weekend’s FireKeepers Casino 400 at the Irish Hills race track, Harvick had won five of the first 14 races of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season. He also led a series-high 909 laps too. This was his chance to get back to victory lane in Michigan. 

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Since 2013, Harvick And Elliott Have Combined To Finish Runner-Up In 8 Of The Last 10 Cup Races at Michigan

It’s no secret, Kevin Harvick has been the top driver in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series all season long. With this weekend’s track, the Michigan International Speedway, rewarding downright horsepower, shouldn’t Harvick’s No. 4 Ford be among the favorites? The stats say, yes. 

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Truex, Busch And Harvick’s Dominance Eye Opening

Parity used to ring kind in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. But, over the last calendar year, that is becoming to be a foregone conclusion. In fact, if you go back to one year ago today, 36 races to be exact, three drivers are leaps and bounds better than anyone else competing in the series on a full time basis. There are 36 races in a Cup season, so this in theory is a full seasons worth of data. Take a look at what Martin Truex Jr., Kyle Busch…

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Big 3 Dominate Pocono With Truex Earning Pocono 400 Victory

Why else would anyone think that this year’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series “Big 3” would dominate Sunday’s race at the Pocono Raceway? Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick and Martin Truex Jr. had the top three speeds in final practice on Saturday and all three started in the top five for Sunday’s Pocono 400. So, when the trio combine to lead 133 of the 160 laps for Sunday’s race and take three of the top four finishing positions, is anyone really shocked?

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Look For Sunday’s Pocono 400 (2 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) To Be Dominated By NASCAR’s Big 3 Right Now

As we have reached the midway mark of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series regular season, it’s a preconceived notion that three of the four spots for the Championship 4 at Homestead are already accounted for. Between Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch and Martin Truex Jr., the championship at this point goes through them. Combined, they’ve won 10 of the first 13 races in 2018. With this weekend’s race being at the Pocono Raceway, I don’t see how someone other than these three drivers land in victory lane in Sunday’s Pocono…

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Harvick Looking To Sweep The Month of May In NASCAR

Kevin Harvick has already won 3 races in-a-row once this season when he won the second, third and fourth races of the season consecutively. He dominated those races at Atlanta, Las Vegas and Phoenix respectively. Now, can he do it again? Harvick dominated in a win at Dover in early May. He led over half the race. He also won the last points paying race at Kansas two weeks ago when he made a late race pass on Martin Truex Jr. Heck, he even won the All-Star race last weekend…

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Harvick Makes Late Race Pass To Win Wild KC Masterpiece 400 at Kansas

It shouldn’t come to a shock at all that Kevin Harvick and Martin Truex Jr. finished 1-2 in Saturday night’s KC Masterpiece 400 at the Kansas Speedway. After all, both have by far been the top two drivers on 1.5-mile tracks over the last few years. But, the big story is how they got there. Harvick passed Truex for the lead coming to the white flag and never looked back en route to his 42nd career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series win. It was his 14th on a 1.5-mile track…

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Harvick Earns Kansas Pole

Kevin Harvick is on a terror. After dominating last weekend’s race at Dover, he’s picking up where he left off in Kansas. Harvick, not only was quickest in practice on Friday, but he won the Busch Pole Award too. Harvick, circled the 1.5-mile Kansas Speedway track with a lap of 188.811 mph in his No. 4 Ford in the third round of qualifying en route to the pole for Saturday night’s KC Masterpiece 400 (8 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). 

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3 SHR Cars Finish In The Top 5 at Dover, Led By Harvick’s Triumph

Stewart-Haas Racing is proving more and more that they’re the best overall team in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in 2018. When it looked like Kyle Busch was going to be the overall favorite for the championship itself, SHR driver Kevin Harvick said otherwise this weekend at the Dover International Speedway. Harvick, passed his SHR teammate Clint Bowyer on Lap 338 and never looked back en route to the victory in Sunday’s AAA 400 at the Monster Mile. It was Harvick’s fourth win of the 2018 season and the…

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Dover Has Been Feast or Famine For Stewart-Haas Racing Drivers Lately

Depending on how you look at it, Sunday’s AAA 400 Drive For Autism (2 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) could be a very good thing or a very bad thing for the Stewart-Haas Racing camp. The reason why, is because the Dover International Speedway has been feast or famine for them over the last few years. Normally, you would think Kevin Harvick would be the favorite at Dover right? He finished second and first respectively at the Monster Mile in 2015. Well since? His best finish is ninth in this very…

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