Tony Stewart: Pit stop issues have kept Kevin Harvick from winning 'half the races'

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Tony Stewart: Pit stop issues have kept Kevin Harvick from winning 'half the races'
Tony Stewart: Pit stop issues have kept Kevin Harvick from winning 'half the races'

If Tony Stewart had his way, Kevin Harvick wouldn't need a pit crew. “I think we could have won half the races this year if we didn't have to pit,” Stewart said Wednesday at his Smoke Show charity event at Texas Motor Speedway. The No. 4 team's most recent mishap on pit road occurred Sunday at Dover. A valve stem was knocked off a tire during a Lap 321 pit stop and forced Harvick to pit a second time. That kept Harvick from sweeping both stages and winning after he led a race-high 286 laps. Harvick finished sixth. “I mean, we got a good group of guys, and I think the change in the pit guns this year has really been hard on our guys,” Stewart said. The Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner referenced the

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