The post Covid-19 world has rarely been kind to us, but it’s going extremely well for Kevin Harvick out on the track. The driver of the #4 Ford is racking up win after win and is doing it in dominant fashion as he is consistently there and contending for victories. His win at Indianapolis in the Brickyard 400 on Sunday is the fourth he’s captured since NASCAR came back in May.
It is the second year in a row that he’s won at Indy and the third overall win at the Speedway. It could have been different, though, had Denny Hamlin (who has been his rival in recent weeks) not blown a tire and slammed into the wall while leading with less than ten to go. Harvick held on in the end, running away from a top five that surprisingly contained Matt Kenseth, Aric Almirola, Brad Keselowski, and Cole Custer.