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NASCAR: Kevin Harvick wins second straight race at Phoenix

Harvick wins again at Phoenix International to bounce back from Daytona 500 crash.



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NASCAR’s new knockout qualifying system made its Sprint Cup debut at Phoenix and Keselowski came out on top, edging Logano for his fourth career pole.

Not long after that, Keselowski found out he would be without his crew chief for the race; Paul Wolfe left the desert back to North Carolina for the birth of his first child.

At a glance

Sprint Cup standings

Driver Pts behind

Dale Earnhardt Jr. —

Brad Keselowski -6

Jeff Gordon -10

Kevin Harvick -11

Jimmie Johnson -12

Joey Logano -15

Matt Kenseth -20

Denny Hamlin -22

Carl Edwards -25

Greg Biffle -26

Casey Mears -26

Jamie McMurray -26

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. -27

Kyle Busch -29

Ryan Newman -30

Austin Dillon -34

Note » For Sunday’s race results, see Scoreboard.

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With team engineer Brian Wilson and its Nationwide Series competition director Greg Erwin at the helm, Keselowski ran near the front all day, but, like everyone else, didn’t have the speed to keep up with Harvick.

"They beat everybody before they came to the track today," Keselowski said. "It’s a great combination. They were prepared for the weekend. To me, Randy Childers is like a rubber-stamp, carbon-copy of Paul Wolfe. He’s a great crew chief and it was just a matter of time before he found a combination that he excelled with."




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