The experienced Ford driver won the Big Machine 400 and established himself as the season leader.
Kevin Harvick justified his victory on Sunday in the Indianapolis Motor Speedway from the 68 laps led, among the 161 totals that the competition had, and celebrated in the 16th appointment of the 2020 calendar of the NASCAR.
The pilot of Ford, champion of the category in 2014, came ahead of Matt Kenseth (Chevrolet) and Aric Almirola (Ford), while Brad Keselowski and the surprising Cole Custer (22 years old) confirmed the supremacy of the Oval brand by occupying four out of the top five places.
The 44-year-old Californian had already won this season in Darlington, Atlanta and Pocono, the latter two weeks ago, while to date Indiana had recently come 2nd in the same track at Pocono.
For Harvick it represented the 47th victory of his career and the possibility of consolidating his leadership in the classification of the year, as he accumulates 637 points against 552 of his guard, Chase Elliott.
– NASCAR (@NASCAR) July 6, 2020
NASCAR activity will continue next weekend, with the Quaker State 400 dispute, at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky.
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