One down, 35 to go. After the pageantry, and the hype of Speedweeks and the season opening Daytona 500 the season’s second stop at the one mile Phoenix International Raceway looms.
One driver heads here looking for redemption and based on recent history he may just find it in Sunday’s Subway Fresh Fit 500.
Kevin Harvick looked to be the driver to beat during Speedweeks; he won the Sprint Unlimited as well as his Duel qualifying race on Thursday. All signs pointed to him being the driver to beat in Sunday’s Daytona 500. It wasn’t to be however as Harvick was swept up in an accident. He now heads to Phoenix with the confidence that comes from being the series most recent winner. Harvick scored the win, the second time the series raced on the reconfigured and repaved oval, last November and looks to add another win to the three he has on his resume. MORE>>>
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