Kevin Harvick’s victory in the AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway was his second at the track and he hopes this trophy fares better than his first one.
Harvick’s first Dover win in October 2015 was also earned with Stewart-Haas Racing. His son Keelan Harvick was so taken by the trophy – which features a replica of Miles the Monster holding the winning car – that he asked for it to be kept in his playroom.
It took just one day for Keelan to break the arm off of the concrete monster.
Keelan will have a second chance with Sunday’s trophy.
“We’ll put it in the same spot in the playroom for a while,” Harvick said after the race. “We’ll have to go hose it off first because it smells like beer. It’s always strange trying to explain to people why his playroom smells like beer.”
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