Harvick warrants his shot at NASCAR cup title with victory in Texas. Kevin Harvick handed over the checkered flag to young fan he called on to the track to pose for a selfies, one with the triumphant driver and car that will have a shot at another NASCAR Cup championship.
Harvick escalated past pole sitter Ryan Blaney in overtime Sunday succeeding the third resuming in the concluding 35 laps, to triumph the Texas fall race in a successive year in a row and haul one of the four championships professing spots for the season finale in two weeks.
Harvick, who led 177 of 337 laps, said that he doesn’t come here to count fingers and toes to attempt to deduce how he is going to make it, he wants to earn it. Today he has earned his way in and he is going to attempt to be triumphant in another race and see what can be done on the home ground.
Succeeding taking the inside on the first two restarts and concisely getting defeated in the lead after the second one, Harvick chose to commence from outside for the green-white-checkered end. In the meanwhile, they got to the backstretch; Harvick had propelled his number 4 Stewart-Haas Ford in front of Blaney which ultimately led to the eighth victory of this season and 45th overall. Harvick said that he thought if he could prevent him from concluding the corner, he could drive back by him.
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