Burton, Harvick meet to resolve on-track dispute Print
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Friday, 29 October 2010 10:54
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 TALLADEGA, Ala. (AP) - Richard Childress Racing teammates Kevin Harvick and Jeff Burton have declared a truce after butting heads on the track last weekend.
Burton says the two drivers met during the week and their issues are ``completely over,'' saying the incident will make them better teammates. Harvick said the issue was handled in ``about five minutes'' because of the respect he and Burton have for each other.
Harvick and Burton both spent a portion of last Sunday's race at Martinsville complaining to their crews over their in-car radios after Harvick apparently took issue with the way Burton tried to pass him and nudged Burton's car. Burton then criticized Harvick after the race.
 

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