Harvick, Edwards top final speed charts at New Hampshire

LOUDON, N.H. (AP) Carl Edwards and Kevin Harvick will start 1-2 in Sunday's race at New Hampshire, topping the speed charts in the final practices.

Edwards is on the pole and was fastest in the morning session for Joe Gibbs Racing with a lap of 133.516 mph. Harvick led the second session Saturday at 134.577.

Chase for the Sprint Cup championship drivers took 10 of the top 12 spots on the speed chart in the final practice for the second race in NASCAR's playoffs.

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Harvick's bid to repeat as series champion took a hit last week at Chicagoland when a blown tire led to a 42nd-place finish. But he may have found his groove in New Hampshire. He finished just a tick behind Edwards in qualifying, was second in Saturday's early practice and then zipped to the top of the chart in his No. 4 Chevrolet.