Kevin Harvick wants payback after spinning out at IMS 

“Tell me all five of them so I can wreck all five of them.” – Kevin Harvick wants payback after spinning out at IMS 

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Stewart-Haas Racing driver Kevin Harvick is still searching for his first NASCAR Cup Series victory since September 2020 when he won at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Harvick was able to qualify for the playoffs last season after a disappointing ninth place finish in the regular season Cup standings.

During the second stage of Sunday’s Verizon 200 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s Road Course Kevin Harvick spun on the restart in first turn. Able to keep going.

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Kevin Harvick gave a fiery response when notified that five drivers are to be blame for the pileup that led to him spinning out.

“Tell me all five of them so I can wreck all five of them.” – said Harvick

Denny Hamlin and Chase Elliott may have made slight contact with Kevin Harvick on the restart in first turn.

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Kevin Harvick is currently in his 22nd season and serves as the main face of the Stewart-Hass Racing team in the NASCAR Cup Series.

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6 thoughts on ““Tell me all five of them so I can wreck all five of them.” – Kevin Harvick wants payback after spinning out at IMS ”

  1. The whole nascar thing is a mess. NASCAR wants to rule, so nascar can supply the cars , and random draw for drivers whether you drive a Ford, Chevy, or Toy. Look at the old films, that was racing .NASCAR is like golfing PGA, too sticky .

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