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One of the most dominant performances of the Nationwide season so far was on display Saturday night in Texas. Kevin Harvick led over half of the race and took home his second Nationwide victory of the season. Harvick was one Richard Childress driver celebrating while another RCR driver, Elliot Sadler, wasn’t pleased with losing the points lead. Sadler is now tied atop the point’s standings with Ricky Stenhouse Jr; Stenhouse owns the tie-breaker.
Pole-sitter Kyle Busch had a great run for most of the race and he was in contention for the win throughout the night. The first yellow-flag of the night flew on lap 13 for Hal Martin who cut down a tire and hit the wall between turns one and two. The second caution of the night came out on lap 46 for debris on the backstretch. Kyle Busch remained the leader of the race for the first 64 laps before getting passed by Kevin Harvick on lap 65.
Caution No.3 of the night came out on lap 84 for Jason Bowles who got into the turn two wall. Just a f...
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A skydiver damaged NASCAR driver Kevin Harvick’s No. 29 Chevrolet right before the Sprint Cup race at Texas Motor Speedway. The skydiver’s sandbag or weighted bag — that trails him and holds his flag in place — slammed into the left side of Harvick’s car.
Kevin Harvick has had a really weird year. He has not had that much success on the track but he somehow made the Chase. He did become a dad this year, so that is probably more important than anything on the track. Sunday, Harv suffered damage in the oddest way possible. His car was hit [...]
Kevin Harvick led 127 laps and won the NASCAR Nationwide race at Texas for the fifth time Saturday night, while Ricky Stenhouse Jr. got even with Elliott Sadler for the season points lead with two races left.
Stenhouse fought a loose car much of the night, and managed a fourth-place finish to make up his six-point deficit to Sadler, who finished 11th. Stenhouse's six victories...
Countless times this season in the Nationwide Series, Kevin Harvick has had chances at winning.
From running out of fuel in the final laps at Phoenix International Raceway to getting passed on a late race restart in Atlanta, it’s been a coulda-shoulda-woulda-type season for Harvick during his 12 previous Nationwide starts in 2012.
That looked as though tides were changing on Saturday...
Just when you thought that you had seen it all at a NASCAR race, this moment from last weekend's AAA Texas 500 Sprint Cup race.Before the race began, a skydiver carrying a Texas flag was going to make a memorable entrance but ending up crashing into Kevin Harvick's car.Watch as a weighted bag on the bottom of the flag damages Kevin's driver side door:
Kevin Harvick and the No. 29 Rheem team salvaged a ninth-place finish in the AAA Texas 500 Sunday afternoon after battling handling issues for the majority of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event at Texas Motor Speedway. The Richard Childress Racing driver started the scheduled 334-lap event from the 23rd position before alerting crew chief Gil Martin that the black and red Chevrolet...
Kevin Harvick had a lock on the front of the field in Saturday night’s O’Reilly Auto Parts Challenge at Texas Motor Speedway, but there was plenty of action behind him.
The class of the field in the 200-lap, 300-mile Nationwide Series race, Harvick won handily, crossing the finish line 1.628 seconds ahead of 18-year-old Ryan Blaney, who made the most of a pit stop for tires on...
Kyle Busch started the race on the pole and led most of the first ¼ of the NASCAR Nationwide Series race then Kevin Harvick took over and led most of the rest of the race; A dominating performance. Kevin Harvick driving the No. 33 Richard Childress Racing One Main Financial Chevrolet led 127 laps of [...]
Kevin Harvick, driver of the #33 OneMain Financial Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing, talked to the media after his win in the O’Reilly Auto Parts Challenge from the Texas Motor Speedway. Video courtesy of NASCAR Media Group.
Kevin Harvick’s car took a little bit of damage, but it happened before the race even started in the most unexpected possible fashion. Prior to Sunday’s Sprint Cup race at Texas Motor Speedway after a parachute jumper’s sandbag nailed Harvick’s door on his No. 29 Chevy. You can see from the below video that it could have been much worse, but it is still quite odd. All...
Kevin Harvick finishes first in Texas as series standings have Elliott Sadler, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. tied…
Kevin Harvick received an unwelcome surprise as he left the drivers' meeting prior to Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup AAA Texas 500.
A 20-pound sandbag weighing down a skydiver's flag during the prerace ceremony pulverized the driver's door of the No. 29 Budweiser Chevrolet.
Harvick tweeted: Never good when the day starts with a parachute weight hitting our car... Welcome...
Kevin Harvick had a lock on the front of the field in Saturday night's O'Reilly Auto Parts Challenge at Texas Motor Speedway, but there was plenty of action behind him.
The class of the field in the 200-lap, 300-mile Nationwide Series race, Harvick won handily, crossing the finish line 1.628 seconds ahead of 18-year-old Ryan Blaney, who made the most of a pit stop for tires...
FORT WORTH, Texas It was a good night for the NASCAR Nationwide Series at Texas Motor Speedway.
One of the biggest names in NASCAR found his way to Victory Lane in the O'Reilly Auto Parts Challenge as Kevin Harvick won the race.
And the championship fight couldn't be any better, as Elliott Sadler's lead evaporated and the series will head to Phoenix with Sadler...
Richard Childress Racing teammates finished ninth (Kevin Harvick), 19th (Jeff Burton) and 27th (Paul Menard).
Harvick completed 112 Green Flag Passes, positioning him fourth amongst his fellow competitors, and 40 Quality Passes according to NASCAR's Loop Data Statistics.
Burton gained seven positions during the final 10 percent (34 laps) of the AAA Texas 500...