NASCAR Sprint Cup Series - FedEx 400 Benefiting Autism Speaks
May 28, 2013 - Dover International Raceway
Kevin Harvick, No. 29
Kevin Harvick will pilot chassis No. 383 from the Richard Childress Racing NASCAR Sprint Cup Series stable in the FedEx 400 Benefiting Autism Speaks. The California native last piloted this Chevrolet at Darlington Raceway in May, collecting a fifth-place result. Harvick and the No. 29 Jimmy John's team brought home a second-place finish in the 2012 FedEx 400 Benefiting Autism Speaks at Dover International Speedway. Harvick battled a loose-handling Chevrolet and overcame a pit road mishap on his way to collecting a career-best finish at the one-mile concrete oval.
Share your thoughts on racing a Dover International Speedway.
Dover (International Speedway) has been a good track for us the last couple of years. We tested there a few years ago and were able to figure a few things out. Hopefully it will be a good weekend. I like that track and the way you get to charge the race track and drive at Dover. It's probably the hardest race on your body, just because of the force you deal with getting into and going through the corners. - Kevin Harvick
Some say a lap at Dover International Speedway is a like a roller coaster ride, would you agree with that?
It is like a roller coaster ride. You go in and kind of fall down a hole, and as soon as the front end sets you try to go back to the gas and then you come jumping out of the hole onto each straightaway. It's a roller coaster ride for sure, you can charge the corners hard and it's just a fun race track to race on. - Kevin Harvick
Radio & TV
FOX's live coverage from Dover International Speedway begins Sunday, June 2 at 12:30 p.m. Eastern Time. The race will also be broadcast on the Motor Racing Network and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series results at Dover International Raceway
- Starts: 24
- Wins: 0
- Poles: 0
- Top 5: 3
- Top 10: 10
- Laps Led: 144
- Average Start: 20.3
- Average Finish: 15.88