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Berryhill turns Swindell , Elliott gets damage
Tanner Berryhill collides with Kevin Swindell collecting points leader Chase Elliott.
Swindell ’s race ends after smashing into wall
Kevin Swindell ’s takes a hard hit to the inside wall, which ends his night at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Swindell damaged after contact with Herring
Kevin Swindell crashes into the Turn 3 wall after contact with Drew Herring.
Early trouble for Swindell and Sweet
Trouble strikes early for Kevin Swindell and Brad Sweet as they get caught up in a crash in Turn 1.
Keelan Harvick jumps on 'Kyle Busch bandwagon'
The excitement of Kyle Busch's recent sweep at Indianapolis Motor Speedway has trickled down to even the smallest of fans, as 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champ Kevin Harvick's 4-year-old son Keelan is now jumping aboard the No. 18 bandwagon. Take a look at an Instagram video the No. 4 driver shared Monday night of his son wheeling his dune buggy in circles around their driveway and the two sharing this exchange: Kevin : "What's up?" Keelan: "Who's winning the XFINITY race?" Kevin : "You tell me. Who are you?" Keelan: "Kyle Busch." Kevin : "Kyle Busch?" Keelan: "I'm winning." Kevin : "You're winning?" Keelan: "Am I?" Kevin : "Sure looks like that way."
Chase-clinching scenarios at Pocono
The Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup doesn't begin until September, but several drivers could officially clinch a spot in the postseason field this weekend at Pocono Raceway. So far, the five drivers who have clinched Chase berths are Brad Keselowski, Kyle Busch, Carl Edwards, Jimmie Johnson and Matt Kenseth. Below are Chase-clinching scenarios for this weekend's Sprint Cup Series race at Pocono: Possible to Clinch: Kevin Harvick (1 win, 671 points, +434 points ahead of 31st): Can clinch with a win. Kurt Busch (1 wins, 627 points, +390 points ahead of 31st): Can clinch with a win. Joey Logano (1 Win, 606 points, +369 points ahead of 31st): Can clinch with a win. Martin Truex Jr (1 win, 573 points, +336 points ahead of 31st): Can clinch with a win. Denny Hamlin (1 win, 542 points, +305 points ahead of 31st): Can clinch with a win. All of the above drivers have already clinched a position in the top 30 in the drivers points standings, but need to clear the multiple wins hurdle. It's possible that no drivers will clinch a Chase berth this weekend if a driver wins his first race of the season or an already-clinched driver wins.
NASCAR gives P3 penalty to No. 4 Sprint Cup team
Rodney Childers, crew chief of Kevin Harvick's No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet, has been fined $20,000 and suspended through this weekend's race at Pocono Raceway after the No. 4 team was assessed a P3 penalty following last weekend's race at Indianapolis, NASCAR announced Wednesday. The penalty fell under section 12.1; section 10.11.3.4, lug nuts not properly installed. Other penalties assessed following the Crown Royal Presents the Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at The Brickyard at Indianapolis Motor Speedway included written warnings for twice failing LIS inspection pre-race to: No. 5 team of Kasey Kahne (first warning), No. 27 team of Paul Menard (third warning) and No. 83 team of Matt DiBenedetto (fourth warning). Written warnings also were given to the No. 41 team of Kurt Busch (second warning) and the No. 43 team of Aric Almirola (second warning) for failing template inspection twice, pre-qualifying. In the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, the No. 22 team of Austin Wayne Self received a writing warning (third warning) on opening day inspection at the Aspen Dental Eldora Dirt Derby for truck trailing arms not meeting specifications.
Rodney Childers suspended for Pocono for lug nut violation
NASCAR.com's Jonathan Merryman brings you up to speed on news that Rodney Childers, Crew Chief for Kevin Harvick was fined $20,000 and will be suspended for the July 31st race at Pocono Raceway.
Watch wrap video of Stewart-Haas Racing cars
Watch as the cars of Tony Stewart, Kevin Harvick and Danica Patrick get wrapped in Mobil 1 schemes for the Pennsylvania 400 on Sunday, July 31 at Pocono Raceway. Go back to Inside Track .
That's a wrap: Stewart-Haas Racing cars get ready for Pocono
Watch as Tony Stewart, Kevin Harvick and Danica Patrick's cars get wrapped in Mobil 1 paint schemes for the upcoming race at Pocono Raceway.