Only 36 cars entered into the race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The field will be 4 cars short of a full field.
It probably has to do with the charter system NASCAR set up. There are only 36 charters total. The system left 4 spaces for non charter teams each week. I guess non charter teams do not feel it’s worth it anymoreWas any reason stated why this race would be 4 cars short? Just curious.
It is how the money is spread out.Was any reason stated why this race would be 4 cars short? Just curious.
Yes, it was moving. Jeff Gordon commented that he thought he saw Kevin shed a tear--apparently, there were some emotions Kevin was experiencing with his win yesterday, with the reference to Dale Sr.. DW shared that Kevin has really become quite the professional over the years, and has reached a level of maturity and expertise.I thought Kevin did a great tribute to Dale Earnhardt Sr after the race by him showing 3 fingers during his victory lap yesterday.
Exactly! Harvick is competitive nearly every week (in an inferior aero package Ford) while RCR cars are usually having trouble staying on the lead lap.While Kevin was not quite talented as his predecessor, What Kevin is doing at Stewart-Haas is exposing how bad the equipment RCR actually was. Kevin proved he was underrated as a talent at RCR from 2010 to 2013. What Austin Dillon is basically driving in is cars that are not capable of winning a lot of races outside of restrictor plate tracks unless it is by strategy.
Ugh. Disappointed--none of that is good news.Kevin Harvick got a penalty after it NASCAR. determined that his rear window and rocker panel extension violated technical regulations.
Kevin loses 7 playoff points, docking Harvick 20 points, fining crew chief Rodney Childers $50,000 and suspending car chief for 2 races. Kevin also can't use the victory to determine playoff eligibility.