Harvick wins final truck race as wife captures owners title

HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Kevin Harvick made a late pass to cap a dominating show to win the season-ending NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race Friday at Homestead-Miami Speedway, and wife Delana clinched the owners championship when Ron Hornaday Jr. — who had wrapped up his fourth truck title — finished eighth.

Kevin Harvick went into the pit after Ryan Sieg hit the wall and brought out a caution flag with seven laps left. Harvick took four tires, exited pit road first and lined up just behind Timothy Peters for a green-white-checkered finish.

Harvick passed Peters in the first turn after the restart and cruised to the win.

Hornaday joined an elite list of drivers who have four national series titles, joining the likes of Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt and Jeff Gordon. Jimmie Johnson could get there Sunday, if he wins his fourth straight Chase crown.

Matt Crafton finished second and pole sitter Colin Braun third.

Las Vegas native Kyle Busch was 13th. He qualified eighth but had to start at the back of the 36-truck pack because of an engine change.

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