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Kevin Harvick Post-NASCAR Journey: A Shift to Late Models and Grassroots Racing

Kevin Harvick Post-NASCAR Journey: Just a week after concluding what is likely to be a Hall of Fame-worthy NASCAR career, Kevin Harvick is already contemplating his return to the race track, as revealed in a conversation with Dale Earnhardt Jr. on the “Dale Jr. Download” podcast.

While Harvick has firmly ruled out a return to NASCAR Cup Series racing, citing a lack of competitiveness, he expressed an eagerness to continue racing in other capacities. Harvick, who co-owns the CARS Tour with Earnhardt, Jeff Burton, and Justin Marks, made a notable comeback to Late Model racing earlier this year at North Wilkesboro Speedway.

His Late Model Stock Car, under the ownership of Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI), has seen drivers like Layne Riggs and Josh Berry take the wheel. Berry recently secured a third-place finish at the Fall Brawl at Hickory Motor Speedway and is slated to drive in upcoming events, including the South Carolina 400 at Florence Motor Speedway and the Thanksgiving Classic at Southern National Motorsports Park.

Looking ahead, KHI has acquired a Super Late Model with plans to participate in the prestigious Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida, featuring Stewart-Haas Racing driver Ryan Preece.

Harvick expressed a renewed passion for seeing race cars in his shop, hinting at KHI’s intentions to run multiple Late Model Stocks full-time next year. While he anticipates having drivers from KHI Management compete in these events, he also expressed a personal interest in getting behind the wheel, possibly even participating in occasional NASCAR Xfinity Series races.

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The veteran driver, set to join the NASCAR on FOX broadcast booth full-time in February, envisions any racing endeavors on his part to align with weeknight schedules or after FOX’s portion of the season concludes in early June. Harvick’s enthusiasm for grassroots racing and his pursuit of something enjoyable suggest a continued, albeit different, chapter in his racing journey.

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Our Reader’s Queries

What will Kevin Harvick do next?

After 22 years of racing at the top of NASCAR, Harvick announced his retirement in January. This sparked a season-long celebration of the California native’s career, filled with heartwarming moments. In 2024, Harvick will transition to the Fox Sports booth.

Who will drive 10 in 2024?

NASCAR fans can look forward to seeing Noah Gragson back in action in 2024. The talented driver, formerly of Legacy Motor Club, has been named as Aric Almirola’s successor in the No. 10 car at Stewart-Haas Racing. This exciting announcement was made on Wednesday, and fans are already buzzing with anticipation for Gragson’s return to the NASCAR Cup Series. Stay tuned for more updates as we get closer to the big day!

What house did Kevin Harvick buy?

Harvick and his wife, DeLana Harvick, recently purchased the Cornelius mansion for $6.75 million. The luxurious property is located in the 17200 block of Connor Quay Court and was previously owned by Dan and Judith Moore. The sale was first reported by the Charlotte Business Journal.

Who is the oldest NASCAR driver still racing?

Norm Benning, born on January 16, 1952, is a NASCAR veteran who has been racing since 1989. He holds the distinction of being the oldest active driver in the sport as of 2022. Benning has competed in the NASCAR Busch Series and Winston Cup Series in the past, and currently participates in the Camping World Truck Series.

Khushal Bhatia
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