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Kevin Harvick challenges other Cup drivers to beat Kyle Busch in Truck Series for payout UPDATES

A lot has changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic since Kevin Harvick initially offered up a "bounty" on Kyle Busch to fellow Cup Series drivers racing in the Truck Series. Because of that, Harvick has turned his bounty into a charitable donation to help relief efforts.

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UPDATE: Billy Ballew and James Finch are teaming up to field a truck for Erik Jones at Homestead-Miami Speedway to pursue the Kyle Busch challenge.

UPDATE: Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson join GMS Racing lineup for select races to take their shot at the bounty.

Original post: Kyle Busch earned his 57th career NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series win in Friday night’s Strat 200 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Per usual, the Victory Lane trip for "Rowdy" in the Gander Truck Series’ 600th race came with virtual boos from fans on social media.

Despite the backlash, Busch had an unlikely competitor come to the rescue and defend his truck efforts – fellow NASCAR Cup Series driver and former rival Kevin Harvick.

Harvick put his money where his mouth is – literally – offering up a $50,000 bounty for any full-time NASCAR Cup Series driver who can find a truck ride and beat Busch in one of his next four events.