The Ford driver also celebrated in the second final on Sunday at the Michigan oval and consolidates as the leader of the season.
Kevin Harvick felt more than comfortable during the final two of the weekend in the Michigan International Speedway: after his celebration on Saturday, he was awarded the Consumers Energy 400 that took place on Sunday, valid for the 22nd appointment of the calendar of the NASCAR.
Ford’s again dominated much of the race, with 90 laps ahead of the competition at the Brooklyn Oval, to beat the Toyota chase. Because Denny Hamlin, Martin Truex Jr. and Kyle Busch escorted him, while Joey Logano (Ford) rounded out the top 5.
For the Californian it was the sixth victory in 2020 and the 55th to his credit in the maximum. In addition, he achieved his third consecutive success in Michigan, having also done so during the second part of 2019.
The Closer now has 3️⃣ wins in a row in the Irish Hills. pic.twitter.com/YcZ6EM9Cbf
– NASCAR (@NASCAR) August 10, 2020
The category champion in 2014 has 916 points at the top of the championship, followed by Denny Hamlin with 776 and Brad Keselowski with 779. In this regard, Toyota has the advantage despite the numerical inferiority from their five wins this year.
Next weekend there will be two more finals, the first of which will take place on Saturday with the Drydene 311 at Dover International Speedway.
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