FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Kevin Harvick won the NASCAR Truck Series race Friday night at Texas after his championship-contending truck driven by Ron Hornaday Jr. was knocked out of the race by a retaliating Kyle Busch.
Harvick wrapped up the season owner's title for his No. 2 truck, finishing ahead of series points leader and polesitter Austin Dillon, who takes a 20-point lead over Johnny Sauter into the final race in two weeks.
James Buescher finished 19th, but was third right behind Dillon before running out of fuel on a caution that set up a green-white-checkered finish.
That yellow flag wiped out a 4-second lead for Harvick, but he still drove to his fourth victory of the season and 13th in the series.
Hornaday was knocked out of the race on the 15th of 148 laps when Busch retaliated for contact between them by pushing the four-time champion into the wall.

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