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Busch, Harvick continue feud at Dover
Off the track?
Well, boys, have at it.
They did agree Friday at Dover International Speedway that they don’t like each other.
“I’ve never gotten along with the guy,” Busch said.
Harvick and Busch were fined $25,000 apiece and put on probation this week by NASCAR for their actions on pit road at Darlington. On Thursday, the drivers were summoned separately to the NASCAR hauler for a meeting with top officials.
The probation for all NASCAR-sanctioned events runs through June 15, a span that includes four Sprint Cup Series championship races and the non-points $1 million All-Star event.
Harvick said officials stressed he was penalized because of the postrace blow up on pit road. Last weekend at Darlington, Harvick climbed from his car and threw a punch into Busch’s window just as Busch pulled away, using his car to bump Harvick’s car out of the way.
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