NASCAR is back! The Real Heroes 400 from Darlington
By: Charles Bradley
18:33 Stay tuned to Motorsport.com for all the reaction, but that'll do it for today's live text. See ya next time!
18:28 Pointing at the empty stands, Harvick says: "It is weird, because there is nobody up there"
18:27 Harvick pays tribute to the healthcare workers, and in particular his buddy Josh, whose name is on his car today. How cool is that?
18:26 Harvick: "I just want to thank everyone from NASCAR and all the teams. I didn't think it would be different, but we won the race and it's dead silent out here. We miss the fans."
18:25 Unofficial order: Harvick, Bowman, Ku Busch, Elliott, Hamlin, Truex, Reddick (top rookie), Jones, Nemecheck, Kenseth (top 10 on comeback).
18:24 Harvick performs some nice donuts at the end of the pitlane. And brings it back to the flag stand.
18:23 Apart from one duff pitstop, that was a great day for the #4 team. A fine victory.
18:23 He says: "Thank you guys, awesome job."
18:22 Harvick wins the Real Heroes 400, NASCAR's first race back for 10 weeks following the coronavirus hiatus. Bowman is second, ahead of Kurt Busch, Elliott and Hamlin.
18:21 Keselowski tumbles to 13th, not a great finish to his race when he led 81 laps earlier.
18:20 Coming up to the finish...
18:20 Newman runs into the back of Bowyer, who had to slow down in the middle of the corner.
18:19 Bowyer picks up the debris on his splitter.
18:19 Got some more banner debris on the track...
18:18 Jones is struggling with a vibration, and gives up sixth to Truex.
18:17 10 to go, is there any more drama from this incident-packed day?
18:16 Hamlin takes fifth with 13 to go.
18:15 It's Jones v Hamlin for top Toyota honors.
18:14 Harvick looks like he's got this, but remember how much Bowman's pace fell off early on, might that happen to Kevin? He looks stout at this point.
18:13 Kenseth makes the top 10, passing Keselowski with 20 to go.