Kevin Harvick brings some southwestern flair to Daytona


Kevin Harvick will be launching a special chart at Daytona International Speedway.

Mustang, seeded No. 4, Stuart Haas Racing, heads to the Daytona International Speedway for the regular season finals of the Cup Series. The entry chart will show some southwestern flair as it plays under the spotlight.

Kevin Harvick will take another win on the 2.5-mile track as he shows off the new Mobil 1/Route 66. The #4 Ford will showcase the rock formations that lie along the famous highway, as well as a blue skyline. The purpose of the scheme is to celebrate the love of leadership.

Harvick will display this chart as he proceeds to finish the regular season with a clean performance. He already has a safe place in the playoffs based on two wins, so he won’t have to fight and claw on the most important trip to Victory Lane. Instead, he can focus on avoiding the inevitable crashes and putting himself in a position to compete for a strong finish.

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Harvick has had previous wins at Daytona International Speedway

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GTKevin Harvick has multiple wins at Daytona International Speedway.

The Closer visited Daytona International Motorway 42 times as a driver for the Cup Series, and celebrated two wins. It was one of the biggest races in the entire sport.

Harvick’s first sprint win was the 2007 Daytona 500. He drove only four laps, but one of them was the most significant. Mark Martin stopped and added an important crown jewel to his collection.

Harvick’s second win occurred at Daytona during the 2010 season. He won first place for the Coca-Cola Zero 400 and led 28 total laps. Harvick avoided several accidents, including a three-car wreck that sent the race into overtime, eventually finishing first ahead of Kasey Kahne.

Harvick has not returned to Victory Lane in Daytona since moving to Stewart-Haas Racing. Although he was on hand on five different occasions with the top five. This includes runner-up during the 2015 Daytona 500.

This race takes its place in the spotlight

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GTNASCAR drivers will race under the lights at Daytona.

The end of the regular season for the Cup Series will see an increase in intensity. There are 15 drivers vying for last place, although the vast majority would need a win to beat Ryan Blaney.

NASCAR puts the finalists on the cusp. The Cup Series race will take place on Saturday, August 27, at 7 p.m. EST (NBC). This means that the final laps will take place under the lights, which will only increase the intensity of the workout.

There are four drivers Most notably OddsChecker Heading toward the end of the regular season. Regular Season Champion Chase Elliott leads the way with a +1,000 chance of winning. Bubba Wallace, Ryan Blaney and Denny Hamlin are in a tie for the second time at +1,200, giving them an implied 7.7% chance of winning the superspeedway.

Elliott won 17 races during his Cup Series career, but none of them were at Daytona International Speedway. He has four top ten spots and two top five in 10 starts, headed by a pair of runners-up in 2020 and 2021. Although he has won the title three times.

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