It was another Cup race and another win for Kevin Harvick Sunday at Michigan International Speedway.
The Stewart-Haas Racing driver scored his series leading seventh win of the season after sweeping each stage.
Relive the race with the latest edition of Scan All from NASCAR America.
Here are some highlights.
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NASCAR still is trying to solve the mystery of what Ty Dillon ran over at Michigan on Lap 134 of Sunday’s race, but the No. 66 team of Timmy Hill may have provided a big clue.
Here’s the exchange over the No. 66 team’s radio a few laps after Dillon’s incident and right before Hill retired from the race on Lap 138 for an electrical issue.
Timmy Hill: “I’ve lost power here.”
No. 66 team: “Power?”
Hill: “10-4. Dash is dead, dash is dead. I need you to clear. The switch, it must be the switch.”
Hill then took his car to pit road.
No. 66 crew: “The battery. Is the battery there?”
Hill: “It’s the dash … the dash, man.”
No. 66 crew: “It’s the battery. The battery is gone.”
Hill: “The battery’s gone?”
Here are some reactions from other team radios after Dillon ran over the debris.
- Clint Bowyer: “Holy… there was something on the back straightaway I thought. Somebody must have hit it. It must have been a lot bigger than I thought.”
- Adam Stevens, crew chief for Kyle Busch: “He hit a damn … it looked like a battery come out of somebody’s car and (it) ran right through the radiator.”
- “Battery’s gone out of the 66. It may be out there somewhere.”
Carl Long nominally was listed as the owner of the No. 66, but a spokesman for Long said the car was prepared by Rick Ware Racing. The team didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
The exchange between Hill’s team and the reaction of other teams will be included in Tuesday’s edition of Scan All on NASCAR America.
Cup and Camping World Truck Series teams are at Michigan International Speedway. The Xfinity Series is at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. Here are the preliminary entry lists for each series:
Cup – Consumers Energy 400 (2:30 p.m. ET Sunday on NBCSN)
Forty cars are on the entry list for the Michigan Cup race. Garrett Smithley is listed in the No. 7 car for Premium Motorsports. Blake Jones is listed in the No. 23 car for BK Racing. BJ McLeod is listed in the No. 51 for Rick Ware Racing. Timmy Hill is in the No. 66 for MBM. Corey LaJoie is in the No. 72 for TriStar Motorsports. Jeffrey Earnhardt is in the No. 96 for Gaunt Brothers Racing. Gray Gaulding is listed in the No. 99 for StarCom Racing.
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Xfinity – Rock N Roll Tequila 170 (2:30 p.m. ET Saturday on NBCSN)
Forty cars are entered for the event at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. Katherine Legge will make her NASCAR debut, driving the No. 15 for JD Motorsports. Brendan Gaughan will drive the No. 3 for Richard Childress Racing. Spencer Gallagher is back in the No. 23 for GMS Racing.
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Truck – Corrigan Oil 200 (1 p.m. ET Saturday on FS1)
Thirty-four trucks are entered for the event at Michigan International Speedway.
Click here for Truck entry list
Rain continued to play havoc with practice. It stopped about halfway through the scheduled distance, but not in time for the track to dry.
Nine drivers took time in this session with sports car driver Mike Skeen topping the leaderboard at 95.620 m.p.h.
He had more than one second (1.069) lead over Kaz Grala (94.525 m.p.h.).
Alex Labbe (93.479), Timmy Hill (91.992) and Joey Gase (91.697) rounded out the top five.
Grala (8) posted the most laps.
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Rain kept most of the competitors off the track since Saturday’s race at Watkins Glen is scheduled to run under dry conditions.
Rookies are required to make at least one lap in practice, so that drove a few drivers onto the track.
With a lap of 89.513 m.ph., Tyler Reddick topped the speed chart among five drivers who made laps.
He beat Austin Cindric (89.344) by .187 seconds
Justin Haley (86.891) Christopher Bell (82.232), and Ryan Preece (81.648) were the only drivers to take time.
Haley (2) was the only driver who turned more than one lap.
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Kevin Harvick, Denny Hamlin, William Byron, Chris Buescher and BJ McLeod will be held out of the final 15 minutes are Saturday’s first Cup practice at Pocono Raceway.
The 50-minute session on the 2.5-mile track will begin at 9 a.m., the first of two practices Saturday at Pocono for Sunday’s race. The five drivers are being penalized because their cars failed prerace inspection twice at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Reed Sorenson and Timmy Hill also will be held from the final 15 minutes for being late to prequalifying inspection at Chicagoland Speedway last month.
Under a new qualifying schedule being used at a few races this season (most recently at Chicagoland), Cup Series cars won’t be inspected prior to Cup qualifying at 4:10 p.m. Saturday.
Prerace inspection will occur directly after qualifying ends at Pocono, and any cars that fail will have their qualifying times disallowed.