Kevin Harvick used a late restart to move past Matt Kenseth with six laps left and went on to win Sunday's race at New Hampshire, the second race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship.  It's Harvick's second win at the Magic Mile, his third win this season and the 34th victory of his career.

A crash involving Reed Sorenson and Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. set up the sixth and final restart of the race and Harvick played it perfectly, moving past Kenseth's bumper in the second turn and Kenseth couldn't recover.

The victory assures Harvick, along with last week's winner Martin Truex, Jr. of moving on to the second round of the 10-race Chase.  Kenseth settled for second place with Kyle Busch coming in third with Brad Keselowski and Kurt Busch completing the Top 5. Polesitter Carl Edwards finished sixth.

Jamie McMurray, Austin Dillon, Tony Stewart and Chris Buescher hold down the last four spots in the Chase standings and are in jeopardy of being eliminated if they're unable to move up into the Top 12 next week.  Dover is next on the schedule.

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