Kevin Harvick currently races for Richard Childress Racing.
In 2014, he will join Stewart-Haas Racing.
There was nothing personal between Patrick and Harvick during the Nationwide Series race. Kevin Harvick had problems with fellow driver Amber Cope during the race and directed a comment at Cope in the post race interview."She wants to be Danica Patrick, but she can't hold her helmet."
Beginning in 2012, Kevin Harvick Incorporated merged their Nationwide Series team into Richard Childress Racing. KHI's Truck Series team was sold to Eddie Sharp Racing.
The Sprint Unlimited, formerly known as the Budweiser Shootout, was held on February 16, 2013. The race was won by Kevin Harvick.
Kevin Harvick was 25 years old, when he won his first Winston Cup race at Atlanta in 2001.
The only track Jeff Gordon never won at in the Cup Series is Kentucky Speedway.
Through race #20, Kevin Harvick's Chevrolet Impala and Kyle Busch's Toyota Camry are tied with three wins each in the Nascar Cup Series.
No, they are not. Since their altercation on May 7, 2011, their is a definite dislike between both drivers. Even Harvick's Cup Series car owner, Richard Childress, had a scuffle with Busch on June 4th. This was following a Nascar Truck Series race involving one of Childress' drivers.
Kevin Harvick became famous for becoming the fastest driver winning the Winston Cup car race on March 11, 2001, breaking the previous record set by Dale Earnheart, Jr, in 2000.
No, she did not race in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series. She raced in the IndyCar Series. She moved to Nascar in 2012.
He was probably still mad at Joey Logano for how he said Kevin's wife wears the fire suit in the family.
43 drivers are in one Nascar Sprint Cup Series race.