Chalk up the fourth win of the season for the Number 4 of Kevin Harvick.  He led 201 of 400 laps for his second win at Dover International Speedway on Sunday.  Harvick swept all three stages of the race for his 41st career victory to move past Mark Martin into 18th place on the all-time victories list.

After a 40 minute rain delay with 80 laps left Harvick tracked down and passed teammate Clint Bowyer for the lead and pulled away for a convincing win.  Harvick finished nearly seven and a half seconds ahead of Bowyer, but with Kurt Busch coming in fifth, it gave Stewart-Haas Racing three of the Top 5.  It also gives the team five wins this season.

Daniel Suarz finished third matching his career-best third place finish at Watkins Glen last year.  Martin Truex, Jr. placed fourth.

Kyle Larson won the pole, but failed pre-race inspection three times so he started at the rear.  Alex Bowman's car also failed inspection three times and he also started at the rear.  In addition both of their crew chiefs were ejected.

Kansas Speedway is up next on the schedule on Saturday night.