Kevin Harvick
Kevin Harvick
Kevin Harvick
Kevin Harvick
42-Year-Old Driver
Stewart Haas Racing
2018 NASCAR Cup Stats Stats
Series
NATIONWIDE
Points
0
Starts
4
Wins
1
Poles
0
Top5
2
Top10
3
Series
SPRINT
Points
960
Starts
24
Wins
7
Poles
2
Top5
17
Top10
20
2018 Fantasy Outlook
Harvick didn't have a letdown season in 2017, but his lack of victories was very noticeable. His two wins were a season low since the 2012 campaign, and his 850 laps led were also a season low since 2013. Still, the Stewart Haas Racing star managed 23 Top-10 finishes and... read more
Harvick didn't have a letdown season in 2017, but his lack of victories was very noticeable. His two wins were a season low since the 2012 campaign, and his 850 laps led were also a season low since 2013. Still, the Stewart Haas Racing star managed 23 Top-10 finishes and once again advanced to the final round of the championship at Homestead. The dominant speed just wasn't there for the No. 4 Ford team, but Harvick still made the best of it with a solid and consistent campaign. We expect a bit of a rebound for Harvick in the upcoming season. He should increase his win totals more in the three-to-four range, and he should be good for three or four more Top 10's. Harvick is now 42-years-old and still races at a very high level, but his window of opportunity to win a second championship is closing. You can expect to see that urgency in his racing this season.
Car: No. 4 Ford   Crew Chief: Rodney Childers   DOB: 12/8/1975   Country: USA   
Wins Consumers Energy 400
NASCAR Cup
August 12, 2018
Harvick won the Consumers Energy 400 at Michigan International Speedway Sunday afternoon.
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  1. Kevin Harvick 2018 Preseason Outlook
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  2. Kevin Harvick 2017 Preseason Outlook
    Harvick had a bit of a slip in consistency last season, but he still posted monstrous numbers. His four-win and 27 Top-10 season was right on par with what we've seen in recent years for the No. 4 Stewart Haas Racing team. However, Harvick had some shocking power outages in the latter third of the season which led to his being punted prematurely from the Chase. The net affect caused his average finish over the season to balloon to 11.7, when it's been closer to 8 or 9 over the previous two years. Stewart Haas Racing makes the big change from Chevrolet to Ford in 2017. That could be some mixed news for Harvick. Over the long haul it could be a good move, but in the short term it could lead to some early-season struggles. However, make no mistake, Harvick is an elite class driver no matter the situation.
  3. Kevin Harvick 2014 Preseason Outlook
    Despite falling short of the Sprint Cup Series championship in 2015, Harvick was once again the most dominant driver in the Sprint Cup Series. His failure to defend his title was more a function of the one-race-off luck of the Chase than anything else. He recorded three victories and career highs in top-5s and top-10s with 23 and 28, respectively. When you factor in the 13 runner-up finishes you can truly appreciate just how dominant the No. 4 team was last season. With crew chief Rodney Childers and the entire supporting cast returning in 2016, there's no reason to expect a downturn. If anything, Harvick will be hungrier than ever to win the crown.
  4. Kevin Harvick 2008 Preseason Outlook
    It’s difficult to give any driver the “lame duck” label, and ones as gifted as Harvick it is even more difficult. Still, the Richard Childress Racing star is coming off one of his worst seasons in Sprint Cup Series racing. Were it not for some late-season magic and surprise win at Phoenix, he would have been locked out of victory lane in 2012. Harvick announced late last season that he will be heading to Stewart Haas Racing in 2014, making his upcoming season with RCR his last with team owner Richard Childress. Just how this affects the mindset of this team knowing that Harvick’s days are numbered at the No. 29 camp is anyone’s speculation, but it can’t be that good. Raw talent alone probably earns Harvick 13-15 Top-10 finishes in 2013, but making the Chase field and winning races seems highly unlikely.
  5. Kevin Harvick 2006 Preseason Outlook
    Harvick has fallen short of expectations since his rookie season with RCR. He should be competing for championships, and it's not clear if it's the team, personell, or Harvick who's holding this team back. He's a high risk/reward driver in 2006.
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Wins Consumers Energy 400
NASCAR Cup
August 12, 2018
Harvick won the Consumers Energy 400 at Michigan International Speedway Sunday afternoon.
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10th-Place at Watkins Glen
NASCAR Cup
August 6, 2018
Harvick would battle heavy traffic all afternoon en route to a 10th-place finish Sunday at Watkins Glen International, stewarthaasracing.com reports.
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Pocono Points Penalty
NASCAR Cup
August 1, 2018
Two Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series teams have been docked both driver points and owner points, according to the official penalty report NASCAR issued Wednesday following the race weekend at Pocono Raceway. The No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing team and No. 95 Leavine Family Racing team each were assessed with the loss of 10 driver points and 10 owner points. Both penalties were the result of post-qualifying inspection failures.
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Top-5 Finish in Gander Outdoors 400
NASCAR Cup
July 29, 2018
Harvick finished fourth in the Gander Outdoors 400 at Pocono Raceway Sunday afternoon.
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Fails Post-Qualifying Inspection
NASCAR Cup
July 28, 2018
Daniel Suarez won his first career NASCAR Cup Series pole Saturday but had to wait about 30 minutes to find out that he won it. The native of Mexico was the third fastest in qualifying at Pocono Raceway but was awarded the pole after the cars of the top two drivers, Harvick and Kyle Busch, failed post-qualifying technical inspection, Bob Pockrass of ESPN reports.
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