Kevin Harvick Blasts Tony Stewart in Five Words for Spoiling His Last Race at Bristol


Kevin Harvick, a veteran NASCAR driver, publicly criticized Tony Stewart after his last race at Bristol. Harvick's five-word deceleration.

The Disappointing Race

Harvick found himself in a less-than-ideal situation during the post-race interview at Bristol. His candid responses reflected his disappointment with the final race at the track. He didn't mince words when discussing his car's performance, stating, "We've been like that all year, and we've been hit or miss, and tonight we just missed by a mile." This was a stark assessment of the Tony Stewart-owned team's struggles throughout the season.

Harvick's Emotions

Reflecting on his final race at Bristol, Harvick's emotions were raw. He admitted, "I've had some good days and bad days, but that’s definitely the worst one I’ve had with fenders on it." His disappointment was palpable, as he had hoped for a more triumphant farewell to one of his favorite tracks.

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The Playoff Perspective

As the conversation shifted towards the playoffs, the Stewart-Haas Racing driver’s response remained pragmatic. He stated, "I didn’t really have many expectations, you know, with this up and down year. It is what it is, and that’s probably about what we deserve." Harvick had a shot at victory in the opening playoff race at Darlington. However, a pit road penalty shattered his hopes, relegating him to a 19th-place finish.

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