Unlike his nickname, Kevin Harvick wasn’t very ‘Happy’ Saturday. With 22 laps to go in the NASCAR Nationwide Series race, Harvick was large and in charge having taken the lead from Brad Keselowski on lap 155 of the 200 lap race.
With a 1.5 second lead Harvick looked to have a great chance for the win. It was not to be however as he was held up by a car laps down from the field. Keselowski was able to catch Harvick, pass him and go on to victory.
The No. 24 car was piloted by Amber Cope, one of twin nieces of former Daytona 500 winner Derrike Cope. On the cool down lap Saturday, Harvick let his displeasure known by giving Cope’s car a bump. Later he voiced his irritation with Cope. MORE>>>
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