BROOKLYN, Mich. (AP) - Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick's probation is over, but the drivers don't appear ready to shake hands and make up.
Asked how much the end of the penalty would change his driving, Busch says ``zero.''
The two drivers, fined and disciplined after the May 8 race at Darlington, were again told to cool it last week at Pocono. Harvick said after the race he wanted Busch to know he had one coming.
Harvick, who threw a punch into Busch's car last month, seemed to back off the statement Friday.
The two have not spoken to each other since NASCAR sat them down before the May 15 race at Dover.

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