Kevin Harvick hit the wall in Friday’s Sprint Cup practice forcing the team to run their backup car for Sunday’s Daytona 500. The positive for the team is their backup is the car that won the Bud Shootout.
“It’s obviously a curveball this late in the week that you don’t usually like to deal with,” Harvick said. “But they’ll do a good job in dealing with it and do the right things with the cars. … Luckily we have a car we know is decent.”