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Topic - Kevin Harvick Incorporated
Kevin Harvick Incorporated is a NASCAR team owned by NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Kevin Harvick and his wife DeLana, who herself is the daughter of a former Busch Series driver, John Linville. They currently own cars in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, Camping World Truck Series, and ARCA RE/MAX Series. As of 2010, both its Nationwide Series and Camping World Truck Series teams receive engines, chassis, and will run the Nationwide cars from Harvick's Sprint Cup team, Richard Childress Racing. The team currently fields the #2 Citifinancial Chevrolet Impala for Elliott Sadler and the #33 Rheem/Menards Chevrolet for Harvick, Austin Dillon, Clint Bowyer, Paul Menard, and Scott Speed in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, as well as the #2 Citifinancial/Armour Foods Chevrolet Silverado driven by Harvick and Sadler part-time, the #8 Qualcomm Chevrolet for former Formula 1 driver Nelson Piquet, Jr., and the #33 Chevrolet for Ron Hornaday in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. - Source: Wikipedia
The first major turning point for Kevin Harvick came in 2009 at Michigan, the midpoint of a dismal, winless season, when he unraveled on the team radio in a screaming match with team owner Richard Childress.
Kevin Harvick Inc. has reached outside of auto racing into professional athlete management by signing a deal to represent UFC fighter Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone.
Elliott Sadler confirmed Friday he will not be returning to Richard Childress Racing next season.
NASCAR driver Kevin Harvick said Wednesday night his wife is 14 weeks pregnant.
Both of Kevin Harvick's Truck Series drivers have found rides for 2012.
Ron Hornaday Jr. will drive for Joe Denette Motorsports in the Truck Series next year.
Kyle Busch's race team will field a full-time Nationwide Series car next season in addition to his Truck Series program.
Kevin Harvick Inc. plans to close its Trucks Series program at the end of the year, a decision that takes two competitive entries off the track but allows Harvick to focus on his only remaining NASCAR goal.
Kevin Harvick Inc. will merge its current Nationwide Series program with Richard Childress Racing beginning next season.