Kevin Harvick After Getting “Bulldozed” At Indianapolis Yesterday: “Tell Me All Five Of Them So I Can Wreck Every One Of Them”

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Kevin Harvick was not a happy camper over the weekend in Indianapolis.

The 2014 NASCAR Cup Series champion has a pretty rough go at it over the last couple seasons. After crushing it in 2020, he’s is currently in a 63-race winless streak, which only adds to his frustration on the track about a multitude of different things.

And during Stage 2 of the Verizon 200 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway yesterday, Harvick got spun and found himself at the back of the pack, which of course, he had a lot to say about seeing as he still needs a win to make the playoffs here soon.

He lost control after getting stuck in a four-wide sandwich, with Alex Bowman to his right and Austin Dillon and Ty Gibbs to his left. It appears that Austin clipped Kevin’s left rear tire, which sent him spinning as the rest of the field passed him by and he ended up at the back:

Tyler Reddick ultimately claiming the checkered flag at IMS.

And with Kevin on the bubble for claiming a playoff spot sitting at 571 points as of yesterday, a good result at Indy would’ve given him a great chance to secure his place.

He inquired over the radio who it was that was involved in the crash, and upon hearing that there were five different cars that got scuffed up, responded:

“Tell me who bulldozed me… I just need to know who I need to bulldoze back.”

And his crew chief Rodney Childers responded by saying that it was pretty much a total shit show, with all five cars “clobbering” each other until it got to the #4 car of Kevin Harvick:

“10-4. Basically, it was like five of them.

One clobbered the other one, the other one clobbered the other one, the other one clobbered the other one, and the other one clobbered you.

It was just power driving each other into the corner until it got to you.”

And Kevin wants specific names…

“Well good. Tell me all five of them so I can wreck every one of them.”

Check out the audio here:

His crew Chief also went on to detail some of the other drivers, saying:

“The one behind you was the 48 (Bowman), the one behind him was the 47 (Ricky Stenhouse Jr.), the one behind him was the 14 (SHR teammate Chase Briscoe), the one behind him I can’t remember.”

Alex Bowman ultimately finished in 32nd place, but is already bound for the playoffs with his win earlier this year at Las Vegas.

Harvick finished a spot behind in 33rd, and still must win at least one race to get into the postseason.

Here are the extended highlights from yesterday’s race in case you missed it:

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