Kevin Harvick

Busch Light Racing: Kevin Harvick NASCAR All-Star Race Advance

● While Kevin Harvick is racing for some cold, hard cash on Sunday night in the $1 million-to-win NASCAR All-Star Race, fans can tweet for something even better – beer and bacon for life. The Stewart-Haas Racing driver has joined his teammate, Aric Almirola, to deliver a lifetime supply of Busch Beer and Smithfield Bacon to the luckiest fan in the history of sponsor promotions. All fans need to do is tune into FS1’s broadcast of the All-Star Race beginning at 8 p.m. EDT on Sunday and follow @BuschBeer. Then, during the fourth lap and the 10th lap of every stage of the All-Star Race, tweet #BuschBacon for a chance to win the most coveted prize mankind has ever known – Busch Beer and Smithfield Bacon for life. Throughout the All-Star Race, Harvick’s No. 4 #BuschBacon Ford Mustang and Almirola’s No. 10 Smithfield #BuschBacon Ford Mustang will drive home the point that crispy Smithfield Bacon is best paired with a crisp Busch Light.
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Busch Light Racing: Kevin Harvick Kansas Advance

● Busch Light, a longtime supporter of farming communities, is bringing limited-edition “For the Farmers” cans to fans across the country. A portion of the proceeds from the release will benefit Farm Rescue, a non-profit that provides critical material aid to family farms. Available May 16 through July 3, consumers can purchase 24- or 30-pack cases of 12-ounce “For the Farmers” Busch Light cans. For each case sold during its limited run, Busch Light will donate $1 to Farm Rescue, up to a maximum of $100,000. Since its inception in 2005, Farm Rescue has helped nearly 800 family farms sustain operations in times of crisis, providing hands-on assistance to farm and ranch families that have experienced a major injury, illness or natural disaster. These efforts are made possible through a network of volunteers from across the United States. Busch has been a partner of Farm Rescue since early 2019.
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Rheem Racing: Kevin Harvick Darlington Advance

● As Kevin Harvick chases a fourth NASCAR Cup Series victory at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway in Sunday’s Goodyear 400, Rheem will promote its Chasing a Cure campaign to support cancer research by adding a touch of pink to Harvick’s No. 4 Rheem Ford Mustang. On the Official Throwback Weekend of NASCAR, the pink-and-black design Harvick will sport at Darlington is a throwback to the liveries Harvick ran in October 2011 and October 2012 when Rheem first launched its Chasing a Cure campaign. In the 2022 edition, the primary beneficiary is St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, with the No. 4 Rheem/Chasing a Cure Ford Mustang serving as a call to action for fans to support pediatric cancer research by visiting Meanwhile, Rheem’s Heart of Comfort program will donate $25,000 to St. Jude.

Hunt Brothers Pizza Racing: Kevin Harvick Dover Advance

● Kevin Harvick, driver of the No. 4 Hunt Brothers Pizza Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR), has an impressive streak of top-10 finishes at Dover (Del.) Motor Speedway, site of Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race. Harvick hasn’t finished outside the top-10 at Dover since a 17th-place result in October 2017. That’s a run of seven straight races, kicked off by a win in May 2018 and punctuated by another victory on Aug. 23, 2020. During this stretch, Harvick’s worst finish is sixth, earned twice – October 2018 and May 2021.

Kevin Harvick Sounds Off On Race: NASCAR World Reacts

Sunday night’s Cup Series race on the dirt track at Bristol Motor Speedway is sure to draw in plenty of eye balls, but at least one prominent driver isn’t a fan of it. Veteran NASCAR driver Kevin Harvick made his opinion on the dirt track at Bristol Motor Speedway extremely clear on Sunday.

GEARWRENCH Racing: Kevin Harvick Talladega Advance

● GEARWRENCH®, a premier hand tool brand from Apex Tool Group, joined Kevin Harvick and the No. 4 team of Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) as a primary partner in 2022. GEARWRENCH is the No. 1 worldwide professional-grade mechanics’ hand tool brand, offering products that are designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of pros, mechanics and auto techs making a living with their tools. GEARWRENCH understands the problems mechanics face every day and provides tools that increase productivity through speed, strength and access. Since the launch of the original five-degree ratcheting wrench, the GEARWRENCH brand has led the industry with breakthroughs in pass-thru ratchets, sockets, screw/nut drivers, pliers, extraction tools and specialty tools. Learn more at

Ford Performance NASCAR: Kevin Harvick Bristol Accident Quotes

KEVIN HARVICK, No. 4 Busch Latte Ford Mustang – WHAT CAN YOU TELL US? “The first thing I can tell you is we did a terrible job prepping the track and full of mud and there was nobody here to pack the track, so we all look like a bunch of bozos coming in to pit because we don’t know how to prep the track. And then we don’t get the lucky dog for whatever reason with two cars on pit road, and then we got run over. I don’t know who ran us over at the end.”

Busch Latte Racing: Kevin Harvick Bristol Dirt Advance

● It’s not a commercial break. It’s a coffee break. Busch Light, or rather Busch Latte, is bringing the notion of a coffee break to NASCAR during the Food City Dirt Race Sunday night on FOX. During every commercial break, Busch Light will encourage fans to tweet using the hashtags #BuschLatteBreak #Sweepstakes. One winner will be selected from all the entries after each stage, and that person will be able to order a prize off the Busch Latte Menu. Each stage will have increasingly bigger prizes: The Stage 1 “tall” prize menu = Busch Latte merchandise (T-shirt, coozie, mug); Stage 2 “grande” prize menu = Choice of a Busch Latte cooler, a Busch Light neon sign, or two tickets to an upcoming NASCAR Cup Series race; Stage 3 “trenta” prize menu = $1,000. So take that coffee break, we mean, that #BuschLatteBreak.
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Kevin Harvick says he has no imminent plans to retire from racing

Time waits for no one, and even as Kevin Harvick has continued to perform at a high level well into his mid-40s, it hasn't waited for him either. At 46 and the oldest full-time driver in the NASCAR Cup Series, Harvick is currently under contract with Stewart-Haas Racing until the end of the 2023 season.

Kevin Harvick is open about potential retirement

Kevin Harvick is a NASCAR legend and someone who has dominated the organization for many years. However, considering his age, many are debating whether it is possible for him to retire soon. Harvick denied such rumors. "I like where I race. I like Stewart-Haas Racing. I like the atmosphere. I...

NASCAR Icon Kevin Harvick Donates Two Racing Simulators For North Carolina Teens

For NASCAR Cup Series drivers, it’s not unusual to have decades of experience by the time they take their first flight in a Cup Series car. Many of them, in fact, started racing at middle school, even elementary school age in go-karts and short track races. With almost 30 years in NASCAR, Kevin Harvick is no stranger to the race track. Now, Kevin Harvick is giving the gift of racing to the youth of today, by donating two iRacing simulators to North Carolina teens.
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NASCAR Power Rankings: Martin Truex Jr., Kevin Harvick among veterans moving up

After the checkered flag flew at Richmond, it felt a lot like order had been restored to the world of NASCAR. A potential first-time winner, or one of the new faces we've seen contend for wins in 2022, wasn't at the front by the finish. In fact, drivers like Ross Chastain and Chase Briscoe weren't even particularly close. Instead, the front of the field consisted of drivers like Denny Hamlin, Kevin Harvick, Martin Truex Jr. and Kyle Larson: The same familiar names and faces that have stockpiled so many victories throughout the past several years and even beyond that.