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Latest Kevin Harvick Items
Jeff Gordon moved into a tie for third on NASCAR's career victories list, winning for the 84th time when he took the checkered flag Sunday at Pocono Raceway.
Richard Childress refuses to talk about what he did to Kyle Busch. Ryan Newman and Juan Pablo Montoya won't talk about secret fines or threatened lawsuits.
Richard Childress was fined $150,000 on Monday for assaulting Kyle Busch, the latest incident in an ongoing feud between NASCAR's most polarizing driver and Childress' race teams.
The pressure on NASCAR to deliver an outstanding Coca-Cola 600 started to build before the garage even opened at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
NASCAR chairman Brian France says there are limits to the "Boys, have at it" mentality, and drivers should have a clear grasp of what's over the line.
The marketing department at Charlotte Motor Speedway wasted no time in trying to capitalize on the feud between Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick, celebrating the drivers' spat in an advertisement for Saturday night's All-Star race.
Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch may have to play nice on the track now that they're on probation.
Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick were fined $25,000 apiece and put on probation Tuesday by NASCAR for their actions on pit road at Darlington Raceway.
The boys, it seems, are still having at it, and NASCAR, to no surprise, still has no defined line on its year-old policy of letting drivers settle their own scores.