The No. 33 of Kevin Harvick claimed its first driver-owner win at Bristol Motor Speedway's 2009 Spring Nationwide Series event.

Kyle Busch and Carl Edwards dominated much of the day, but a late-race mistake by the No. 18 pit crew put Harvick in position to challenge Edwards on a Lap 259 restart.

Once the No. 33 found clean air at the front of the field, it never relinquished the lead.

"I feel like we made our car a lot better on the last pit stop," said Harvick. "Once we got the get-going part fixed, I felt like it was going to be a good race."

In just 33 days, Harvick and his NASCAR counterparts again clash on the high banks of Bristol. Cost for tickets to attend Friday's full day of racing including the newly expanded Food City 300, NASCAR Sprint Cup Qualifying and Nationwide Series qualifying start as low as $35 with half-price entry for youth 15 and under.

Saturday's Sprint Cup Series IRWIN Tools Night Race single-day tickets begin at just $75 and weekend packages start at $99. Tickets also remain for Wednesday night's Whelen Modified 150 and Camping World Truck Series UNOH 200 presented by ZLOOP.

For more information on August race week at Bristol Motor Speedway or to purchase tickets, call (855) 580-5525 or visit