DeLana Harvick Calls Out Austin Dillon, Forgets Her Husband Did The Same Thing

A late race caution in Sunday’s race at Atlanta cost Kevin Harvick a probable victory. Austin Dillon’s #3 car limped to a halt after losing power the lap before. With a stopped car on track the caution had to come out and that’s where everything went to shit for that #4 team.

This was Atlanta after all, tires are more valuable than gold and under any caution drivers are coming in for new ones. So the field comes down pit road and Harvick was nabbed for speeding. Tail end of the longest line aka he’s not winning at Atlanta again this season. Harvick should have won the last 5 Atlanta races and has exactly zero trophies to show for it.

It’s part of the game though, everyone was getting hit with speeding penalties on Sunday. Jimmie Johnson got two of them, the guy never speeds. It was one of those days on pit road.

Harvick tossed the race, 100% on him. He had the best car, he was out there coasting like Truex in the Coke 600 last year. Untouchable. However that didn’t stop his wife DeLana from chirping on Twitter.

Yeah the bullshitiness of the #3 team. It’s not like they meant to bring a caution out to spite Harvick for calling the Dillon boys “spoiled rich kids.” Dillon was merely trying to cycle the power and not go multiple laps down like his teammate Ryan Newman did. Nothing crazy about what they did.

What DeLana fails to realize is Harvick and the #4 team did the same damn thing at Talladega. Their car had was vastly under powered, he pulled out of line on the previous restart. On the next restart he stayed in line, still under powered and wrecked Trevor Bayne as the #6 tried to pass him. Harvick needed a big wreck to let him advance to the next stage of the Chase. But yeah let’s not talk about that DeLana, the most bullshitiness move of them all.

Bob Pockrass clapping back at Harvick fans on Twitter was peak Pockrass;

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