CONCORD, N.C. (AP) -- Kevin Harvick seriously dislikes Charlotte
Motor Speedway, and in case he needed a reminder, the track staff
put together a video with some of his most memorable sound bites:
So, it's safe to assume Harvick is dreading this week's return to the suburban Charlotte track. It's probably not the best approach, though, particularly at this stage of the season.
Harvick goes into Saturday night's race second in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship standings, trailing Carl Edwards by just one point. Neither driver is particularly strong at Charlotte, but the two swept the May events.
Edwards won the $1 million All-Star Race and Harvick won the 600, the longest race on the NASCAR schedule, a week later.
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