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Kevin Harvick won Saturday’s Kroger 250 at Martinsville Speedway in dominating fashion.
Immediately after the drop of the green flag, Harvick pulled two truck lengths ahead of rookie Ty Dillon. Rounding out the top five starting positions were Red Horse Racing’s Timothy Peters, Cale Gale in the Rheem Chevrolet on the outside of row 2, and veteran Ron Hornaday rounding out the Top 5. By Lap 15, Harvick extended his lead to half a straight away over Dillon and the rest of the field.
On Lap 20, The No. 9 truck of Hornaday spun right before start finish line after contact with the No. 6 of Justin Lofton to bring out the caution. While under caution the top five trucks did not pit, including Harvick who continued to lead the field. The restart occurred on Lap 24, with Harvick choosing to take the outside lane, leaving Dillon to restart on the inside line.
On the restart, Harvick immediately pulled out two truck lengths ahead of Dillon. He extended his lead and continued to pull away f...
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Pole-sitter Kevin Harvick led all but two laps and won the spring NASCAR Truck Series race Saturday at Martinsville Speedway for the third time in the past four years.
The former truck team owner yielded the top spot to teammate Ty Dillon for the fourth and fifth laps, but left no doubt which truck was best in leading a series-record 248 laps.
Dillon, in his fourth start, ran second...
Kevin Harvick didn’t miss a beat in the transition between fielding Camping World Truck Series for himself through Kevin Harvick Inc. to competing in the series from behind the wheel of a Richard Childress Racing truck.
“Not a bad way to make our first truck start for RCR,” Harvick said.
After starting the Kroger 250 at Martinsville Speedway from the pole on Saturday, Harvick...
After winning the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race on Saturday, starting on the front row for the Sprint Cup Series, it looked like Kevin Harvick was going to be solid a contender for the win.
No such luck.
After getting the lead on Lap 1 and leading the next 21 laps, Harvick was passed by Jeff Gordon, who led the majority of laps for the entire race.
After losing the...
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MARTINSVILLE, Va. – Kevin Harvick earned his 14th career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win Saturday, in a total dominating effort in the 14th running of the Kroger 250 at Martinsville Speedway.
Harvick led all but two of the 250 laps run, which set an all-time NCWTS record. The previous record...
MARTINSVILLE, Va. — Kevin Harvick may have relinquished ownership in his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team, but he hasn’t lost any speed in the process. Harvick crushed the rest of the field in Saturday’s Kroger 250, winning in seemingly … Continue reading →
Green flag as Kevin Harvick leads the first lap after starting on the pole.
Lap 2 Harvick leads Ty Dillon and Cale Gale.
Lap 3 Timothy Peters and Ron Hornaday both pass Gale for third and fourth.
Lap 4 Justin Lofton passes Gale for fifth
Lap 5 Dillon takes the lead from Harvick
Lap 6 Harvick takes the lead back from Dillon while Johnny Sauter passes Gale.
Lap 8 James Buescher and...
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MARTINSVILLE, Va. -- Kevin Harvick may have relinquished ownership in his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team, but he hasn't lost any speed in the process.
Harvick crushed the rest of the field in Saturday's Kroger 250, winning in seemingly effortless fashion by .953 seconds over Richard Childress Racing teammate Ty Dillon.
A caution for David...
Kevin Harvick led the way with a lap of 19.987 seconds in the first practice for the Kroger 250 from Martinsville Speedway. Rounding out the top five was Jason Leffler, Todd Bodine, Nelson Piquet, Jr., and Joey Coulter. Pos # … Continue reading →
Here is the entry list for Saturday’s Camping World Truck Series Kroger 250 from Martinsville Speedway. There are 43 entries for 43 spots, so everyone will make the race. Kevin Harvick and David Reutimann will both pull double duty this … Continue reading →
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