Kevin Harvick remembers wrecking cars he owned for 2007 Montreal XFINITY win

With four laps to go in the NASCAR XFINITY Series Montreal 200, Kevin Harvick was running fifth when he made contact with Scott Pruett, sending him spinning.The worst part of that deal was two other cars in the field owned by Harvick were also caught up in the mayhem.Harvick took to Twitter on this Throwback Thursday recalling the event, but despite the victory, it was a big mistake...
Via FOX Sports
11 days ago

Keelan Harvick shows dad, other drivers how to handle a rain delay

When in doubt about how to handle a rain delay, follow the lead of a kid to make the best of it.That's what several NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers did Sunday at Pocono Raceway, where rain forced postponement of the Pennsylvania 400 until 11 a.m. ET Monday. Instead of pouting about it, young Keelan Harvick -- the son of driver Kevin Harvick and his wife DeLana -- starting romping...
Via FOX Sports
15 days ago

WATCH LIVE: NASCAR America at 6 p.m. ET: Kevin Harvick penalty and more

NASCAR America will look at Kevin Harvick's penalty and more on today's show
Via CSN Chicago
19 days ago

NASCAR Penalizes Harvick’s No. 4 Sprint Cup Team

Kevin Harvick and the No. 4 Stewart Haas Racing team will be without the services of their crew chief Rodney Childers this weekend at Pocono Raceway. Childers was fined $20,000 and suspended for one race by NASCAR this afternoon for failing to have the lug nuts properly installed on Harvick’s No.4 Chevrolet during post race at Indianapolis last weekend. The penalty is a P 3 level...
Via On Pit Road
19 days ago

Kevin Harvick has unique way of putting son in timeout

The worst thing you could possibly do to a race car driver is take away their race car.But that's exactly what Kevin Harvick did to his son Keelan for misbehaving.In a unique version of timeout in the Harvick household, Keelan is now parked for a week after Harvick took the tires off the go-kart he uses to make laps around the driveway.This is some tough love at its finest.
Via FOX Sports
19 days ago

Kevin Harvick loses crew chief Rodney Childers for Pocono because of lug nut violation

NASCAR has suspended five Sprint Cup crew chiefs since implementing the rule three months ago.
Via CSN Chicago
19 days ago

NASCAR stands by costly pit-road penalty call on Martin Truex Jr.

Cole Pearn, the crew chief for Martin Truex Jr., spoke with NASCAR officials about the costly penalty the driver of the No. 78 Furniture Row Racing team incurred during Saturday night's Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway.The bottom line?Pearn and Truex may have been upset with the penalty for illegally passing the No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet of Kevin Harvick on pit road...
Via FOX Sports
July 11, 2016  |  Discuss

NASCAR media controversy erupts over Tom Bowles’ Kevin Harvick report

The world of NASCAR saw an interesting media controversy this week, with a wide variety of reporters getting annoyed at owner/editor Tom Bowles after a column he penned Monday included a tidbit that multiple sources claimed Kevin Harvick had received an offer to move from Stewart-Haas Racing to Hendrick Motorsports and potentially directly into Kasey Kahne’s No...
Via Awful Announcing
May 21, 2016  |  Discuss

NSCS: Johnson Flies Past Harvick for Auto Club 400 Victory

Kevin Harvick looked to have the victory locked up, but everything changed when the caution flew with two laps to go for Kyle Busch blowing a tire. After coming off of pit road with four tires, Jimmie Johnson was able to power by Harvick to score the victory for the 77th of his career. “I knew we had great car and that caution fell at a bad time the run before.  I just didn...
Via On Pit Road
March 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Harvick says he'll 'follow along' with SHR's move to Ford

HAMPTON, Ga. (AP) Kevin Harvick, who has spent his entire Sprint Cup career driving a Chevrolet, says this week's announcement that Stewart-Haas Racing is moving to Ford won't force him to look for a new team. Harvick and SHR co-owner Tony Stewart each won championships for the team driving Chevrolets. The team's move to Ford in 2017 set up a potentially awkward final 2016 season...
Via Associated Press
February 26, 2016  |  Discuss

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