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Harvick wins the AAA 400 Drive for Autism in Dover, DE

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Kevin Harvick won the AAA 400 Drive for Autism race at Dover International Speedway in Dover, Delaware on Sunday. Harvick, the Jimmy John’s sponsored driver for Stewart Haas Racing, led 201 laps en route to the win.

Harvick also picked up 60 points and seven playoff points with the win. This was Harvick’s fourth win of the season.

Kevin Harvick is seen here racing at the AAA 400 Drive for Autism at Dover International Speedway in Dover, DE (Getty Images)

Kevin Harvick is seen here racing at the AAA 400 Drive for Autism at Dover International Speedway in Dover, DE (Getty Images)

Clint Bowyer, his Stewart Haas Racing, finished in the No. 2 position. Bowyer, the driver of the Haas Automation Demo Day car, led 40 laps, while also picking up 45 points.

Daniel Suárez tied his career-best finish in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, as he finished in the No. 3 position. Suárez, the driver of the Stanley Tools car for Joe Gibbs Racing, received 46 points in the race.

Reigning NASCAR champion Martin Truex Jr. was the fourth place finisher. The 5-hour Energy/Bass Pro Shops driver for Barney Visser’s Furniture Row Racing, received 37 points.

Kurt Busch was the No. 5 finisher in his Monster Energy/Haas Automation car for Stewart Haas Racing. Busch received 38 points, as Stewart Haas Racing had three of the top five finishers.

Four drivers did not finish. Kyle Busch, the Pedigree driver for Joe Gibbs Racing, went out on lap 271. Cody Ware, the KeensBuildings.com driver for Rick Ware, went out on lap 244 in a crash.

Derrike Cope, the driver of StarCom Fiber for StarCom Racing, went out at lap 144, also during a crash. Corey LaJoie, the driver of TriStar Motorsports for Brian Smith, had engine trouble on lap 20 that ended his day.

Despite being eliminated earlier at lap 271, Kyle Busch is the points standings leader with 466. Joey Logano is in second with 444 points. Harvick is third with 426 points.

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