Found September 11, 2013 on Fox Sports Southwest:
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Maybe the only logical conclusion for the Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship to end this year would be for Kevin Harvick to win the title. The driver of the No. 29 Budweiser Chevrolet wouldn't mind. Harvick, who started the season as a lame-duck driver, has just 10 races remaining with Richard Childress Racing and for him to exit with his first Sprint Cup title would be fitting. After all, the Chase already is without the defending Sprint Cup champion (Brad Keselowski), a driver who initially qualified for the Chase (Martin Truex Jr.) and it includes a five-time champ who hasn't finished higher than 26th in his last four races (Jimmie Johnson). Throw in three drivers who are leaving their current teams after this year (Harvick, Kurt Busch, Ryan Newman) and the Chase adds some more intrigue. So there's no reason why Harvick, who heads to Chicagoland Speedway fourth in points, can't win his first Cup title. At least that's the way he sees it. "We real...
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