Kevin Harvick is celebrating and celebrating a lot this year. With his win yesterday at Michigan International Speedway, he’s now visited victory lane seven times in the 2018 season, and he may not be done yet.Read more
It’s been 190 races since Clint Bowyer was in victory lane. But on a delayed-till Monday race at the shortest track on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup circuit, Bowyer and his No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing celebrated as only Bowyer does. It was a popular win and one crew chief Mike Bugarewicz was happy to be part of.Read more
Just days after it became public that Kurt Busch was returning to the No. 41 at Stewart-Haas Racing, the crew chief pairings have been announced for all four teams at SHR.
After a long time of waiting to find out the final driver in the lineup of the four-car Stewart-Haas Racing Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for 2018, yesterday the final piece was announced. Kurt Busch will return to the No. 41 in 2018.Read more
With Smithfield Foods and Richard Petty Motorsports settling their differences, it looks like announcements for the No. 10 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford Fusion will happen next week. Aric Almirola is rumored to be the No. 10 driver for 2018.Read more
If you only watch your TV or listen to your radio’s broadcast of the weekly NASCAR races, you’re missing a lot of color, detail, and race insight. NASCAR is the only professional sport where you can listen in on the transmission between driver, spotter and crew chief. Regardless of your driver allegiances, veteran spotter Brett Griffin is one of most entertaining, insightful and fun guys to listen to on your race scanner.Read more
After the 2017 running of the Richmond Raceway Federated Auto Parts 400, Kevin Harvick says they missed the setup, and talks a little about playoff strategy.Read more