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Published on July 19th, 2010 | by Michael J Smith


Harvick Dominates 200 At Gateway

Kevin Harvick overcame a power outage that pushed the 200 at Gateway International Raceway to Saturday, and a stiff neck that kept him out of Nationwide Series practice earlier in the day to win his third Camping World Truck Series victory in four starts this season.

Harvick, who won the pole on Friday and left 143 laps, crossed the finish line more than five seconds ahead of second-place finisher Brad Keselowski.

Top 5: Harvick, Keselowski, Johnny Sauter, Todd Bodine, and Matt Crafton.

Timothy Peters, Austin Dillon, Aric Almirola, Brian Ickler, and Mike Skinner rounded out the top 10.

Notables: James Buescher (12th), David Starr (13th), Max Papis (15th), Steve Wallace (17th), Stacey Compton (19th), Ron Hornaday (26th), Ricky Carmichael (29th), Jeffrey Earnhardt (30th), and Dennis Setzer (35th).

Ricky Carmichael and Mike Skinner made contact, sending Carmichael hard into the wall in Turn 4. As Carmichael slid towards the infield, Jeffrey Earnhardt hit him, effectively ending both of their days. Both drivers were okay.

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