During his media availability on Friday at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Kevin Harvick said he was still confused as to whether he was on probation in Saturday night’s all-star race.
NASCAR quickly cleared it up.
Before he was allowed on the track for practice Friday, Harvick was called to the NASCAR hauler where spokeswoman Kristi King said he received a reminder his probation covered the all-star race and what it entailed.
Asked Friday how he would approach a situation in which he ended up racing Kyle Busch for the all-star win, Harvick said, “I’m still confused on whether I am on probation or not on probation. So, I can’t answer that, I don’t really know.
“I’m just going to race and see what happens.”
Busch and Harvick were both placed on probation through June 15 and fined $25,000 for actions on pit road following the Cup race at
, two weeks ago. Darlington, S.C.
At the time there was some confusion by the drivers whether probation covered non-points race, but NASCAR has said repeatedly that it does.