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                                                   Kevin Harvick
                                                 No. 33 Copart Car
                                        Camping World RV Sales 200 Race Recap

                                Harvick Scores Fifth-Place Finish at New Hampshire
                                     Earns Seventh Top-Five Finish in Nine Starts at Loudon

LOUDON, N.H. (June 28, 2009) — At a track where Kevin Harvick is                             STATS RECAP
no stranger to running up front, the No. 33 Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI)
Copart team started the Camping World RV Sales 200 presented by             June 27, 2009
Turtle Wax from the fifth position, ran the entire race in the top eight    New Hampshire Motor Speedway
and crossed the finish line in the fifth position.                          Camping World RV Sales 200 Presented
                                                                            by Turtle Wax
“Our Copart car was really good when we unloaded during both
                                                                            Race: 16 of 35
practice sessions,” said Harvick. “But when the green-flag waved, we        Driver: Kevin Harvick
fought a loose condition from the start. I have to thank all the guys for   Started: 5th
their hard work and Copart for their support. We just missed it a little,   Finished: 5th
but all-in-all, not a bad day.”                                             Owner’s Point Standings: 5th (+ 1 spot, 320 points
                                                                            out of 1st)
Starting the race fifth, Harvick moved into the third position on lap       Race length: 200 laps/211.6 miles
three and maintained his position until the first caution waved on lap      Banking: 12-degrees in the turns
50. With the car a little tight in the middle of the corners, the team                  2-degrees on the straight-a-ways
opted to bring Harvick down pit lane for four scuffed tires, an air-        Track layout: 1.058 mile
                                                                            Shape: Oval
pressure adjustment and fuel. Harvick restarted fourth on lap 58.           Number of Race Cautions: 3 for 15 Laps
                                                                            First Practice: 4th (29.940 seconds; 127.214 mph)
Slipping to the sixth position by lap 68, Harvick moved back in the top     Final Practice: 2nd (30.058 seconds; 126.715 mph)
five on lap 94.                                                             Qualifying: 13th (29.909 seconds; 120.365 mph)

The second caution of the day waved on lap 105 and Harvick quickly          Next on the Nationwide Series Schedule:
radioed crew chief Ernie Cope that the car was too loose at the
                                                                            Date: July 3, 2009
beginning of the run. The call was made to bring Harvick down pit           Track: Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway
road from the fifth position for four fresh tires, an air-pressure          Event Name: Subway Jalapeno 250 Powered by
adjustment to the right-side tires and fuel. With teams opting for          Coca-Cola
various strategies of taking only two tires and fuel, Harvick restarted     Driver: Kevin Harvick
sixth on lap 110.                                                           Sponsor: Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)

By lap 132, Harvick returned to the top five, running lap times               Broadcast Time: 7:30 p.m., ET on ESPN and
comparable to the leaders. The final caution flag waved on lap 156.           MRN Radio
Short on fuel, the team brought Harvick down pit road for four tires, a final air-pressure adjustment and fuel. Again, teams
chose varying strategies and Harvick restarted on lap 161 in eighth. Moving into seventh on lap 164, Harvick was able to
gain two more positions on the final lap as Brian Vickers and Scott Speed made contact. Harvick finished the race fifth,
collecting his seventh top-five and eighth top-10 finish at the track in nine starts.

Kyle Busch became the 23rd different winner in 23 Nationwide Series races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, followed
by Joey Logano, Brad Keselowski, Mike Bliss and Harvick.


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