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Kevin Harvick has come a long way since his early hotshot days at Richard Childress Racing. He's a devoted family man. He's the consummate teammate. Oh, and he's a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion.
Kevin Harvick was at a crossroads in his career when he came to Stewart-Haas Racing to open this season. Now he's on the cusp of winning his first Sprint Cup title.
Even Ryan Newman admits this Chase for the Sprint Cup has unfolded in storybook fashion for the No. 31 Chevrolet. Newman's goal Sunday: to write his own fairy-tale ending.
NASCAR decided Tuesday not to penalize Ryan Newman after his car failed inspection following the race at Talladega.
Sprint Cup driver Austin Dillon isn't so fast on ice skates.
The top nine teams in NASCAR have formed the Race Team Alliance to collaborate as a group on initiatives and issues facing their sport.
For 14 years, the 3 car was parked in memory of the legendary Dale Earnhardt. Now Austin Dillon hopes to honor the Intimidator by steering it back to Victory Lane.
Elliott Sadler is the latest winner in the Nationwide Series, but the Cup veteran isn't the only story as the series takes a break. It has really been a wide-open free-for-all this season, writes Brant James.
Brian Scott has won the pole for Sunday's race at Talladega Superspeedway, where he posted the fastest lap as time expired in knockout qualifying.
Well, that didn't take long. Kevin Harvick proved his move to Stewart-Haas Racing after 13 years at Richard Childress Racing was the right one, cruising to an easy victory Sunday at Phoenix.
Kevin Harvick charged to the front early and dominated the rest of the way Sunday for his second straight Sprint Cup victory at Phoenix International Raceway.
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For being a so-called lame-duck driver in 2013, Kevin Harvick nearly pulled off the unimaginable for Richard Childress Racing -- a Cup championship. Will he have similar success at Stewart-Haas?
NASCAR indefinitely suspended the Richard Childress Racing crew member who threw a hammer at driver Kevin Harvick's truck during a race at Martinsville Speedway.
Kevin Harvick has apologized for his comments after an incident with Ty Dillon during the Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway.