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NASCAR Driver Profile – Kevin Harvick

If you are a fan of NASCAR you have probably seen Kevin Michael Harvick. He is often referred to as “Happy Harvick” and “The Closer” because he is an American professional stockcar racing driver. He currently drives the No. 4 Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas Racing. He has a website and is active on Twitter.

After a long career in go-karts, Kevin Harvick moved to the full-time NASCAR Featherlite Southwest Tour in 1995. That season, he won five races, including the Winston West Series title. Harvick’s first Truck Series start came on Oct. 15, 1995, at Mesa Marin. He finished 27th in that race. He then drove four more Truck Series races for his family-owned team in 1996 and two more in 1997. He has won four championships and won two NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Championships.

Despite this success, Harvick’s career has been marked by troubled times. After crashing at Gateway in June, Harvick missed the playoffs in 2016. He had already been slipping from the playoffs, but his late push forced the competition to take notice of his ability. In the first round, Harvick will be the favorite. He has won nine races at Kansas, Bristol, and Darlington, and has one win in the playoffs.

Kevin Harvick led the race for 55 laps in the first half. He was followed by Logano, Kevin Keselowski and Denny Hamlin who finished fourth, third and fourth, respectively. Final standings: Harvick, Logano and Brad Keselowski are tied for first and 2nd, respectively. The next race will be held at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Kevin Harvick won the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store 500, his second Cup race of the season. He won in just his third start in the Sprint Cup, edging Jeff Gordon by six one-thousandths of a second. Harvick had done a tire-smoking workout on the front stretch to win. Harvick then went on to win his second Cup at Chicagoland Speedway.

During his youth, Harvick began driving go-karts. He was a highly successful driver on the Go-Kart circuit, winning seven national championships and two Grand National championships. Harvick switched to full-bodied stock cars when he was 22, competing at the Mesa Marin Speedway Late Model division. He also joined the Bakersfield North High School wrestling team while at school. He went on to pursue his professional racing career after graduation.

Kevin Harvick, who won at Kansas Speedway, took to the stage on Sunday to thank his fans. He said he is prepared for a championship and was thankful for the opportunity to compete. He was the third fastest car on the track, so he’ll be a big factor in his team’s success. But he is not the only driver on the track. In NASCAR, he’s the driver who can elevate a team to a higher level.

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