Kevin Harvick Inc announced that it has signed a multi-year sponsorship agreements with Rheem Manufacturing Company and Menards for the team’s No. 33 Nationwide Series Chevy in 2011 and 2012.
According to ESPN.com, Kevin Harvick Inc and Richard Childress Racing will merge their Nationwide Series teams beginning in 2011. Under the agreement, RCR will stop fielding Nationwide Chevys in 2011, instead making its stable of drivers available to drive KHI’s No. 33 Chevy. RCR will also provide chassis, engine, and technical support to KHI. The team will still receive […]
Kevin Harvick Inc. has signed former Sprint Cup crew chief David Hyder to work on special projects, and to serve as crew chief for Kevin Harvick and the No. 2 Camping World Truck Series team at Martinsville Speedway.
Red Man and Longhorn could remain as sponsors of Baker Curb Racing and Kevin Harvick Inc, respectively, after an FDA rule that restricts tobacco company sponsorships. But, it is unlikely.
A new FDA rule that goes into effect on June 22nd prohibits “tobacco brand name sponsorship of any athletic, musical or other social or cultural events.” This could mean that Red Man Moist Snuff will have to leave the Baker Curb Racing’s No. 27 in the Nationwide Series, and Longhorn Moist Snuff will have to leave Kevin Harvick […]
According to a Dave Newton tweet, Kasey Kahne said that Richard Petty Motorsports has made him an offer to stay with the team after next season. But, Kahne said he wanted to see what other offers he gets. If he decides to leave, he could have his choice of four seats.
Kevin Harvick Inc announced that Rick Ren, crew chief of the Camping World Truck Series’ current Champion, Ron Hornaday, is leaving the organization to pursue a management opportunity within the sport, according to NASCAR.com.
Former American Motorcyclist Association champion Ricky Carmichael will leave Kevin Harvick Inc at the end of the Camping World Truck Series season to join Turner Motorsports. But, Carmichael will still receive equipment and technical support from KHI. He hopes to bring his Monster Energy Drink sponsorship with him to his new ride.
Jayski is reporting via ESPN Insiders that Danica Patrick is in talks with JR Motorsports and Michael Waltrip Racing about running eight races in the Nationwide Series — and perhaps some Camping World Truck Series or ARCA Series races. Kevin Harvick Inc hasn’t been ruled out yet, either.
Rumors has it that Danica Patrick is coming to NASCAR in 2010. She is expected to run a mix of races in the Camping World Truck Series, the Nationwide Series and the ARCA Re/Max Series. She will also compete full time in the Indy Racing League.