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Kevin Harvick finally broke through as Jeff Gordon, Clint Bowyer tangled…
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Kevin Harvick, the 37 year old driver of the No. 29 Budweiser Cheverolet for Richard Childress Racing has accomplished everything he can, and it’s time to move on. With speculation that Harvick will move to Stewart Haas Racing at the end of the 2013 season, I find it hard to believer he hasn’t jumped ship [...]
Christmas came early for one lucky winner on Thursday when Kevin Harvick handed over the keys to a brand-new 2012 Chevrolet Camaro 2SS convertible as part of "Win Happy's Chevy," proceeds from which benefit the Kevin Harvick Foundation.
Michael Gatz, from Elkhorn, Wis., won the Camaro valued at $48,280, and drove it home from the Kevin Harvick Foundation's North...
Even after Clint Bowyer’s first win of the 2012 season at The Toyota/Save Mart 350 in California back in June, I remember writing a blog saying Michael Waltrip Racing still needed a top line driver if they were ever going to make a serious run at a Sprint Cup title, but was I ever wrong. [...]
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