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

Kevin Harvick wasn’t a happy camper in Indianapolis over the weekend.

The 2014 NASCAR Cup Series Champion has had a tough time over the past few seasons. Having crushed it in 2020, he’s currently on a 63-race win streak, which only adds to his frustration on the track over a variety of different things.

And during the second leg of the Verizon 200 yesterday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Harvick was spun and found himself at the end of the field, which of course had a lot to say as he still needs a win to make the playoffs here anytime soon.

He lost control after getting stuck in a four-way sandwich, with Alex Bowman on his right and Austin Dillon and Ty Gibbs on his left. It appears that Austin cut Kevin’s left rear tire causing him to spin as the rest of the field passed him and he ended up at the bottom:

Tyler Reddick finally claims the checkered flag at IMS.

And with Kevin securing a playoff spot yesterday with 571 points, a good result in Indy would have given him a great shot at securing his place.

He radioed who was involved in the accident and when he heard that five different cars had been hit, he replied:

“Tell me who bullied me…I just need to know who to bring back.”

And his crew boss, Rodney Childers, replied that it was pretty much a total shit show, with all five cars “beating up” each other until it got to Kevin Harvick’s #4 car:

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

One hit the other, the other hit the other, the other hit the other, and the other hit you.

It was just force cornering each other until it got you.”

And Kevin wants specific names…

“OK good. Name me all five so I can destroy them all.”

Check out the audio here:

His crew chief also addressed 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 don’t remember. ”

Alex Bowman eventually finished 32nd but is already destined for the playoffs with his win earlier this year in Las Vegas.

Harvick finished a spot behind in 33rd and has yet to win at least one race to advance into the postseason.

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