#1 Harvick Fan
- Aug 17, 2018
If he would have got a cleaner restart he just might have brought home win #40. Too bad he didn't have a teammate or friendly party behind him on that the final restart. Things really fell right for Harvick.Good strategy and he hung in there. I think he had some wheel spin on that final restart or Aric wasn’t too keen on pushing.
Better....but he did pretty much the same with the 17 a couple of years ago, so this track suits him well.
He has never been a "gung-ho" restart guy...and actually thought he might finish 4th after the final restart. He surprised me... if he would have gotten the same shove as Harvick, believe Kenseth would have won.
Sheesh, another CC who doesn't want to work with Kenseth.
KensethSheesh, another CC who doesn't want to work with Kenseth.
expectsdemands deferential treatment at all times. If you frown or don't call him "Sir," he'll put you in the wall big time. Maybe that was Chad Johnston's problem..
(Just kidding. It was a softball. I *had* to hit it.)
The 42 car lost their in house chassis engineer during the hiatus, that was the guy that was responsible for the initial track set up (at the garage). Pretty sure that might have caused a blip. Listening to the radio on Sunday, there was an obvious issue going on between Kenseth and the CC. Kenseth would tell the CC what he wanted and the CC kept insisting that Kenseth was wrong. The car was hooked up coming off but terrible turning in. Car looked like it was set to rim ride, unfortunately that is not what this track was giving them.They have had very few good results with that team since the loss of Larson. I bet Chiparoni is missing Larson right about now...but, it doesn't look like Larson is missing him.