Kevin Harvick is without a doubt the most frustrating ride ever Bristol Motor Speedway as the veteran had one of the most disappointing outings of his career in the Food City Dirt Race. After a bad start to the race, he had to leave the track after 100 laps.
Kevin Harvick was involved in a multi-car crash on the associated backstretch Henrik Motorsport driver Alex Bowman, Tower Motorsports driver Corey LaJoie and part-time driver of the Cup Series Noah Gragson. Kevin Harvick’s #4 Ford Mustang had right front suspension damage that rendered it undriveable.
Upon its existence, the 2014 Cup Champion angrily berated NASCAR for the “terrible job” they had done in “preparing the track” for the race.
Find out what Kevin Harvick said
Kevin Harvick acknowledged that NASCAR did a terrible job preparing the track, alluding to the fact that NASCAR only had to exercise caution on lap 13 to allow teams to remove the mudflaps from the car’s grille. He added that he doesn’t know who ran him over during the crash.
“The first thing I can tell you is that we did a terrible job preparing the track. [It was] full of mud and there was no one here to pack the track so we all look like a bunch of dorks coming into the pits because we don’t know how to groom the track. And then, for whatever reason, we don’t get the lucky charm of two cars in the pit lane, and then we got run over. I don’t know who ran over us in the end‘ said Kevin Harvick.
Kevin Harvick went on to say he had a great car but the track wasn’t well prepared although they have experience of preparing it. He went on to say that while Bristol was a great track it might not have been what everyone liked, adding that he now finds racing at that track ridiculous.
“I had a great car. The circuit was fine; They just did an awful job to start with. They’ve done this before, but obviously it doesn’t look like it‘ said Kevin Harvick.
“I think Bristol is a great circuit. but it may not have been what everyone liked. I find it ridiculous that we still do what we doadded Kevin Harvick.
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https://firstsportz.com/nascar-news-i-think-its-ridiculous-kevin-harvick-is-frustrated-with-how-the-bristol-track-was-prepared-following-his-early-exist-from-the-food-city-dirt-race/ “I think it’s ridiculous,” says Kevin Harvick, frustrated at how the Bristol track was prepared following his early retirement from the Food City Dirt race