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Kevin Harvick wins at Darlington Featured

(yahoosports) Kevin Harvick ran up front most of the day and coasted to a more than two-second victory over Alex Bowman in NASCAR’s first race back amid the coronavirus pandemic on Sunday at Darlington.

Harvick took the lead from Brad Keselowski on lap 216 of the 293-lap race and easily outpaced Bowman to the finish after a restart with less than 40 laps to go.  

The win means Harvick has won at least one race in each of the last 11 seasons. Sunday’s victory is also the 50th of his career.

Clint Bowyer finished in 17th place.
The Cup Series returns to Darlington on Wednesday for a shorter race held in the evening.
Wednesday night’s Cup Series race will start based on the finishing order of Sunday’s race. The top-20 spots will be inverted from Sunday’s race, while the drivers who finished 21st through 40th will start in their finishing positions. That means Harvick will start 20th, while Bowman will start 19th. Clint Bowyer will start from the number 3 spot.


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