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BRISTOL, Tenn. -- Kevin Harvick wasnt worried about his poor qualifying at Bristol Motor Speedway. In fact, starting 24th gave Harvick exactly what he wanted to win at Bristol Motor Speedway.It kind of motivates me, Harvick said Sunday. I think its exciting. I like to pass cars.Harvick made the biggest pass with 70 laps to go, sweeping by Denny Hamlin and holding on to take the rain-delayed race at the half-mile concrete track.The victory was Harvicks second of the season and second at Bristol -- his first in 11 years. It also moved him atop the points standings and gave his program a jolt with only three races left until NASCARs Chase starts.Harvick had 13 top-10 finishes in the 18 races since winning at Phoenix in March.Its been one of those deals where things have just not gone exactly right, said Harvick, who led 128 laps. But to have the win now and just try to get that momentum before we get into the Chase and get things rolling is really what we needed.Fittingly for a race halted because of Saturday night storms, Harvick had to sit out one last rain delay before easily pulling away on the restart and cruising to victory.Thank you, thank you, thank you, Harvick said over the radio as he crossed the line.Harvick enticed his car owner -- and retiring driver -- Tony Stewart to do burnouts with him to celebrate the three-time champions last race at Bristol. He wanted Stewart to share the victory lap, but Tony and I arent very good at sign language from one seat to another, he said.Ricky Stenhouse Jr. was second, followed by Hamlin, Austin Dillon and Chris Buescher.Kyle Busch, who led 256 laps, clearly had the strongest car, leading a race-high 256 laps. But he spun on Lap 358 when a part broke and Justin Allgaier, driving in relief of Michael Arnett, hit the No. 18 car flush to end the defending series champs race.Busch was angered by his equipment failure and said the race shop was going to hear about it Tuesday. He also blasted Allgaier and his spotter, saying they shouldve seen Buschs spin and moved clear instead of hitting him. I dont know. Frustrating day. Lets go home, Busch said.Allgaier apologized to Busch. That is the worst possibly scenario when the leader spins out and you hit them, Allgaier said.That was the sentiment of many at Bristol. The end was a welcome relief for race teams, track officials and those who came back out after last nights soaking rains.It was the second time in three races -- Poconos Sunday race ended on a Monday three weeks ago -- that rain impacted a Sprint Cup race and only a fraction of the 160,000 in the stands Saturday night returned for the conclusion.The finish also meant Bristol could begin the massive conversion of its race track to a football field for No. 9 Tennessee vs. Virginia Tech, an event that track GM Jerry Caldwell expects will draw in excess of 155,000 fans.WHOS HOT: Austin Dillon, the surprise winner of the Xfinity race here Friday night, found himself competing for the victory on the final restart with 51 laps to go. He got as high as second before finishing fourth. The result was a boost to Dillons Chase chances, too, who came in as one of the drivers qualifying on points and left with that intact.WHOS NOT: Tony Stewart was hoping to lock up his Chase spot -- hes got a win but stands 27th in points -- with a strong Bristol finish. Instead, he went behind the wall with a vibration just past the halfway point. Stewart finished 30th.THEY SAID IT: The person thats really the biggest moron out there is the spotter of the 46 and driver of the 46 (Justin Allgaier). Ive been wrecking half a lap and they just come up and clean us out. Thats stupid, said Kyle Busch, who wrecked on lap 373 after leading 258 laps.THE BIG ONE: It came on lap 373 on a restart after Kyle Busch was knocked out by an accident. Kurt Busch slid up and was hit by Brad Keselowski, touching off a 10-car wreck that caught up contenders Kyle Larson, Blaney, Chase Elliott and Matt Kenseth. Keselowski said Kurt Busch got loose and by the time I saw it, I was already making contact. 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Shane Flanagan has been forced to remind Cronulla firebrand Andrew Fifita to keep his cool for fear a brain snap could derail their NRL season.Flanagan admits he pulled the NSW prop aside this week and reminded him not to let his emotions get the better of him during their crunch clash with third-placed Canberra at Southern Cross Group Stadium on Saturday.The 27-year-old has a history of losing his cool and that was evident as Gold Coast got under his skin during Mondays thrilling 18-all draw.He missed last months win over Sydney Roosters due to suspension after grabbing Gavin Cooper by the neck in State of Origin III and Flanagan stressed he didnt want a repeat with his side holding onto top spot with five rounds remaining.I spoke to him today about it, Flanagan said.He plays with passion and wears his heart on his sleeve but sometimes that bubbles over.But Andrew understands that people are going to be out there to bait him.I think hell be a lot better prepared this week.Flanagan was breathing a sigh of relief after five-eighth James Maloney was exonerated by the judiciary over a dangerous contact charge that could have quelled their momentum had the result swung the other way.Games between Canberra and the Sharks have also been heated over the past few years, stemming from Josh Papaliis targeting of Paul Gallen in a match in 2012, following which the Sharks skipper accused his arch-rival of a dog shot.ddddddddddddFifita has been cleared to play and ran with the team during Fridays captains run despite spending a night in a Gold Coast hospital with a badly corked leg following their draw against the Titans.He had a massive cork to his leg and it bled pretty bad and ran down into his ankle and there was a bit of concern there for a while, Flanagan said.He stayed in hospital all night on medication and he came out and hes okay.Sharks winger Ricky Leutele has been cleared of a calf complaint and is expected to come onto the bench.For the Raiders, Luke Bateman has been cleared of a concussion and Ricky Stuarts side are expected to be 1-17.STATS THAT MATTER* This match sees the two best attacking teams in the competition come against each other, with the Raiders ranked first in points and tackle busts and the Sharks ranked second in these categories.* The Sharks are on the cusp of winning 11 straight home games for just the third time in their history.* Canberra have lost just one of nine matches since round 11 and are chasing six straight wins for the first time since 2012. 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