If Kevin Harvick wins his third straight Busch Series race Saturday at Michigan, he'll pass Jack Ingram on the all-time victory list. Next in his sights? Mark Martin.
Kevin Harvick was the winner, but Dave Blaney's second-place finish in the Daytona Busch race thrilled Toyota executives, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Jeff Burton made a big decision to help Richard Childress Racing get back to the big time. It's paying off for both, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Is it too early to talk about the points standings? Maybe, but there's reason for concern if you're already way behind, writes Rupen Fofaria.
A clue to Dale Earnhardt's greatness can be found in the struggles of the two teams he left behind, Rupen Fofaria writes.
The results haven't been there lately for RCR. Will the one-time Cup power ever catch back up? The man calling the shots thinks so.
If Kevin Harvick's going to turn his season around, odds are he'll do it Sunday at Chicagoland Speedway.
Kyle Busch rode his recent momentum to a runner-up finish at Dover, and the rookie couldn't be happier.
Kevin Harvick didn't have his crew chief Sunday, but Todd Berrier's simple message guided him to victory.
Kevin Harvick's Speed Weeks incidents at Daytona didn't earn him friends. He says it's all overblown.
Kevin Harvick's engine blew 21 laps from Sunday's finish, and the resulting caution saved many title dreams.
Nearly every top 10 driver in Nextel Cup's gotten plenty of press this year. Except Bobby Labonte.
Kevin Harvick, eighth in Cup standings, is hanging on for now. And, under this points system, that's good enough.
Think Tony Stewart, Ryan Newman and Kevin Harvick all are dying to win this year? Maybe, but they won't say it.
Kevin Harvick is off to a strong start in '04, and that does not bode well for the rest of the Cup field.
If Kevin Harvick can just find his way around The Rock, there might be no stopping him this season.