Kevin Harvick won in a big way at Sunday's Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race on the track known as "The Monster Mile". It was at a rain delayed AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway in Delaware.

You might say he was in a different time zone ahead of the pack at the finish line. Okay, that might be exaggerating just a bit, but seven and a half seconds ahead of second place finisher Clint Boyer, is a bunch in NASCAR terms.

Harvick took over the lead from Boyer after an over 40 minute rain delay. Harvick then just simply pulled away winning his fourth race of the year.

Harvick was strong in the race all afternoon leading over half the laps. He was out front for 201 of the 400 circuits and won all three stages.

Daniel Suarez finished third, a personal best on an oval track, Martin Truex Jr. came home fourth, and Kurt Busch ran fifth. Series leader Kyle Busch went out on lap 272 with a broken driveshaft, but held on to the point lead. See where your driver finished.

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