With his seventh win of 2020 at Dover, Kevin Harvick has clinched the Cup Series regular season championship.
Kevin Harvick held off Denny Hamlin to complete the Cup Series’ weekend sweep at Michigan. He is the first driver since Richard Petty in 1971 to win back-to-back Cup races in back-to-back days.
Kevin Harvick held off Brad Keselowski in overtime to win the first race in a NASCAR Cup doubleheader at Michigan.
Tyre attrition was the name of the game in Sunday’s Brickyard 400, one won by Kevin Harvick after a fiery crash courtesy of a cut tyre eliminated his race rival Denny Hamlin.
In the first doubleheader race of the Cup Series’ Pocono weekend, pit strategy was the key of the game as Kevin Harvick held off Denny Hamlin for his maiden win at the Tricky Triangle.
Kevin Harvick dominated the final stage at Atlanta for his second win of 2020 and the perfect birthday present for crew chief Rodney Childers.
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Erik Jones’s crew chief Chris Gayle faces a one race suspension after two loose lug nuts were discovered on the 20 car.
With Kyle Busch winning so much in the NASCAR Trucks, Kevin Harvick has started a bounty program to see who can beat him, and Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson have thrown their names into the ring.
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Kevin Harvick led a trio of Fords en route to clinching a spot in the Championship Round. He and his three Stewart-Haas Racing team-mates led all but 92 laps.
For Kevin Harvick, he ended the 2019 Cup Series regular season with a victory. For Clint Bowyer and Ryan Newman, they clinched playoff spots. For seven-time champion Jimmie Johnson, he will miss the playoffs for the first time in his career.
By holding off a late charge by Denny Hamlin, Kevin Harvick took home his and Stewart-Haas Racing’s first win of the 2019 Cup Series season.
Brad Keselowski scored his third win of 2019 after holding off Alex Bowman and Erik Jones in overtime.
Joe Gibbs Racing’s Denny Hamlin has secured his second race win of the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. The #11 Camry driver took the win at Texas Motor Speedway, coming home ahead of Stewart-Haas Racing’s Clint Bowyer.