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Kevin Harvick Shares Thoughts on Stewart-Haas Racing’s Situation: ‘It’s Tough to See’

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For years, Harvick has been a cornerstone of the Stewart-Haas team. His partnership with the organization began in 2014, and together, they achieved remarkable success. Harvick clinched a Cup title in his very first season with the team, and over the years, he contributed 26 of his 49 career Cup wins while donning the Stewart-Haas colors.

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Stewart-Haas Racing would be shutting down after the 2024 season. Harvick’s reaction was raw and heartfelt. On the latest episode of “Kevin Harvick’s Happy Hour” presented by NASCAR on FOX, he sat down with friends and analysts Kaitlyn Vincie and Mamba Smith to discuss the announcement. The emotions were palpable as Harvick shared his thoughts: “It’s unbelievable to me!”

“It’s tough to see.” Those words resonate deeply with fans and drivers alike when faced with unexpected changes in the racing world. Recently, NASCAR legend Kevin Harvick expressed his feelings about the situation at Stewart-Haas Racing, and the news was nothing short of shocking.

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Kevin Harvick won the championship with SHR

Kevin Harvick

Throughout the 2014 season, Harvick showcased remarkable consistency. His nine wins led the series, a feat that remains his personal best for victories in a single season. But it wasn’t just about winning races; it was about dominating them. His 20 top-five finishes and 27 top-10s were unmatched, making him a force to be reckoned with on every track.

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On August 23, 2014, Kevin Harvick secured a critical victory at Dover, clinching the regular-season championship. This win not only bolstered his confidence but also positioned him as a title contender heading into the playoffs. The No. 4 team had hit its stride, and Harvick was hungry for more.

As the sun dipped below the horizon, Harvick found himself battling Ryan Newman for the lead. The tension was palpable. In a heart-stopping finish, Harvick surged ahead, crossing the finish line first. The roar of the crowd, the confetti, and the embrace of his team—all of it culminated in a championship moment that would forever define his career.

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I'm Moin Akhunji, a passionate sports writer renowned for my unique storytelling approach. My expertise spans across various sports, notably NASCAR, F1, and IndyCar. I hold a profound admiration for athletes like Chase Elliott and Dale Earnhardt Jr. When I'm not crafting articles, you'll likely find me trekking in the hills, indulging in my favorite hobby.
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