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Kevin Harvick Inc. Late Model Lineup: Stewart-Haas Racing Stars Ready to Roll

Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI) made a noteworthy announcement on Friday, revealing that two Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) drivers will participate in the team’s Late Model program in upcoming races. Josh Berry, set to drive SHR’s No. 4 Ford in the upcoming Cup Series season, will return to his racing roots in three Late Model Stock races, piloting the No. 62 Ford.

Berry is slated to make his KHI debut at the “Fall Brawl” event at Hickory Motor Speedway, a race set for this Saturday night. Notably, he will be teamed up with his Cup crew chief, Rodney Childers, for the first time in this endeavor.

Expressing his enthusiasm, Berry shared, “I’m really looking forward to running the KHI late model. Late Model Stock racing is something I’ve done a lot of in the past, so to get to do that with KHI and (owner) Kevin (Harvick) as they are rebuilding is going to be a lot of fun.”

In addition to the “Fall Brawl,” Berry’s schedule includes participation in the South Carolina 400 at Florence Motor Speedway on Nov. 18 and the Thanksgiving Classic at Southern National Motorsports Park on Nov. 26.

Meanwhile, Ryan Preece, who pilots the No. 41 Ford for SHR, will take the wheel of KHI’s No. 62 Late Model on Dec. 30 in the prestigious Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, California. This marks Preece’s second appearance in the late model crown jewel event.

Preece expressed his excitement about the Snowball Derby, stating, “The Snowball Derby is a prestigious race for all those full fender guys, and me coming from the Northeast and open wheels, I almost feel like the outlaw. That guy who is not from the series and I’m going to come in and try to take their trophy.”

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As he drives for Kevin Harvick and KHI while representing Morton Buildings, Preece emphasized the significance of potentially bringing the Tom Dawson trophy back to North Carolina and, perhaps one day, to Connecticut.

Viewers can catch the Fall Brawl and the South Carolina 400 live on, while the 56th running of the Snowball Derby will be broadcast live on

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Our Reader’s Queries

What businesses does Kevin Harvick own?

Apart from his imminent transition to the media industry, Harvick also owns a driver management firm, co-owns a late model racing series, manages a golf cart business, and is nurturing two budding racers of his own.

What town does Kevin Harvick live in?

Just days before his last race, NASCAR driver Kevin Harvick and his wife purchased a stunning Lake Norman villa that was featured in the popular sports comedy, “Talladega Nights.” The property boasts a memorable dinner scene from the movie and is now the couple’s forever home. This purchase marks the end of an era for Harvick, but the beginning of a new chapter in his life.

What is Kevin Harvick salary?

At 46 years old, Kevin Harvick earns an impressive $10,900,000 annually.

What manufacturer does Kevin Harvick drive for?

Kevin Harvick pilots the No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford as a full-time driver in the NASCAR Cup Series.

Khushal Bhatia
Khushal Bhatia
Khushal Bhatia, a distinguished BA (Hons) English graduate from St. Stephen College (University of Delhi) and a holder of a Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism (English) from IIMC Delhi, is an accomplished journalist. Currently affiliated with, Khushal is an expert in covering a range of sports topics with a specialization in motorsports, particularly NASCAR. His insightful articles explore the nuances of the sporting world, providing readers with comprehensive analysis and the latest updates. With a commitment to unbiased reporting, Khushal's expertise and authoritative voice make him a reliable source for sports enthusiasts.


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