Kevin Harvick believes Bristol Motor Speedway is on to something. Now, he wants similar tracks to follow that lead.
Bristol officials used a tacky resin to "polish" the track and improve grip on the bottom lane so racers would have a two-groove layout and be able to pass down low.
Harvick used the lower groove several times to stick and move past drivers on the way to winning the rain-delayed, water-logged Sprint Cup race Sunday night.
The past few years, Harvick said there was no use taking the low side of the high-banked, concrete track because cars were three-or-four tenths of a second slower.
"Tonight, you could hold your ground, you could...