The Californian of Ford obtained his seventh success of the season when imposing with authority in the appointment in the oval of Delaware.
After his double success in Michigan it seems that Kevin Harvick took a two-day standoff, finishing 17th and 4th at the races at Daytona and Delaware, before getting back on the road to victory on Sunday’s recent date.
The Ford driver posted the third victory in the last five races, and it was his seventh in the season of NASCAR after winning the Drydene 311 in the Dover International Speedway.
The 44-year-old Californian wrote a monologue on the Delaware oval as he led 233 of the 311 laps on matchday 25 of the championship. He came ahead of Martin Truex Jr. (Toyota) and the Chevrolet trio: Jimmie Johnson, William Byron and Alex Bowman.
Harvick thus accentuates his leadership in the classification of this 2020 with his 1,041 points harvested, above the 907 accumulated by Denny Hamlin (Toyota).
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Next Saturday the Coke Zero Sugar 400 will be raced at Daytona International Speedway to continue the schedule.
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