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Joey Logano crashes at Charlotte as Kevin Harvick's car has engine problem

Joey Logano’s wounded car passes Kevin Harvick’s slow car. (NBC) Two major contenders for the 2016 championship had issues at the same time in the first half of Sunday’s Sprint Cup Series race at Charlotte. Kevin Harvick’s car suffered an apparent electrical problem with the car’s power and slowed on track. As Harvick was slow and attempting to restart the electronics in his car, Joey Logano hit the wall for a second time.
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