Kevin Harvick

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Kevin Harvick

Born

12/8/1975, Bakersfield, CA

Birth Name

Kevin Michael Harvick

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Kevin Harvick parlayed a kindergarten graduation gift into a big-time racing career -- one that now has him overseeing his own team. During the 10 years that followed after his parents presented him with a go-kart in 1980 Harvick won seven national championships and two grand national championships.…more

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    • Kevin finished 10th in the NASCAR Nextel Cup 2007 standing.

    • Kevin finished 4th in the NASCAR Busch Series 2007 standing.

    • Some of kevin's hobbies are remote control cars, riding ATV's and go-karts, skeet shooting, and vintage video games.

    • Kevin has 2 cats and 3 dogs as of 2007.

    • Kevin won the 2007 Daytona 500.

    • Kevin won his first NEXTEL All-Star Challenge in the 2007 season.

    • Kevin won the very first race that was held in Canada in the NASCAR Bush Series.

    • Kevin is the first repeat winner at Chicago Speedway.

    • Kevin first pole, in NASCAR Bush Sereis, was at Dover International Speedway on his 15 start.

    • Kevin's first win, in NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, was at Phoenix International Raceway in 2002.

    • Kevin's first win, in NASCAR Busch Series, was at Gateway International Raceway in 2000.

    • Kevin's first race, in NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, was at Mesa Marin Raceway in 1995.

    • Kevin's first race, in NASCAR Busch Series, was at North Carolina Speedway in 1999.

    • Kevin's crew chief is Todd Berrier.

    • Kevin's wife is Delana Harvick.

    • Kevin became a IROC champion in 2002.

    • Kevin was the Rookie of the Year in NASCAR Busch Series in 2000.

    • Kevin was the NASCAR Winston West Series champion in 1998.

    • Kevin was the Rookie of the Year in NASCAR Featherlite Southwest Series in 1995.

    • Kevin and his wife own a racing team called Kevin Harvick Incorporated.

    • Kevin fished 55th in the 2005 NASCAR's Craftsman Truck Series standings, he started in 3 out of the 25 races, had 2 top 5's, 2 top 10's, and earned $37,020.

    • Kevin fished 53th in the 2004 NASCAR's Craftsman Truck Series standings, he started in 2 out of the 25 races, had 2 top 5's, 2 top 10's, and earned $22,150.

    • Kevin fished 30th in the 2003 NASCAR's Craftsman Truck Series standings he started in 6 out of the 25 races, had 1 win, 3 top 5's, 4 top 10's, and earned $89,760.

    • Kevin fished 30th in the 2002 NASCAR's Craftsman Truck Series standings he started in 5 out of the 22 races, had 1 win, 3 top 5's, 4 top 10's, and earned $89,055.

    • Kevin fished 12th in the 1999 NASCAR's Craftsman Truck Series standings he started in 25 out of the 25 races, had 6 top 5's, 11 top 10's, and earned $283,020.

    • Kevin fished 17th in the 1998 NASCAR's Craftsman Truck Series standings, he started in 26 out of the 27 races, had 3 top 5's, 5 top 10's, and earned $213,025.

    • Kevin fished 26th in the 1997 NASCAR's Craftsman Truck Series standings, he started in 13 out of the 26 races, had 2 top 10's, and earned $82,195.

    • In Kevin's second year driving in NASCAR's Craftsman Truck Series he fished 56th in the 1996 standings, started in 4 out of the 24 races, and earned $14,800.

    • In Kevin's first year driving in NASCAR's Craftsman Truck Series he fished 84th in the standings, started in 2 out of the 20 races, and earned $1,450.

    • Kevin finished 1st in the 2006 standings in NASCAR's Bush Series. He started in 35 of the 35 races, had 1 pole, 9 wins, 23 top 5's, 32 top 10's, and earned $1,345,380.

    • Kevin finished 18th in the 2005 standings in NASCAR's Bush Series. He started in 21 of the 35 races, had 2 poles, 4 wins, 14 top 5's, 15 top 10's, and earned $844,293.

    • Kevin finished 20th in the 2004 standings in NASCAR's Bush Series. He started in 22 of the 34 races, had 2 wins, 10 top 5's, 15 top 10's, and earned $602,725.

    • Kevin finished 16th in the 2003 standings in NASCAR's Bush Series. He started in 19 of the 34 races, had 8 poles, 3 wins, 12 top 5's, 18 top 10's, and earned $584,170.

    • Kevin finished 64th in the 2002 standings in NASCAR's Bush Series. He started in 4 of the 34 races, had 1 top 10, and earned $66,900.

    • Kevin finished 1st in the 2001 standings in NASCAR's Bush Series. He started in 33 of the 33 races, had 6 poles, 5 wins, 20 top 5's, 24 top 10's, and earned $919,167.

    • Kevin finished 3rd in the standings on his rookie year in NASCAR's Bush Series. He started in 31 out of the 32 races, with 2 poles, 3 wins, 8 top 5's, 16 top 10's, and earned $652,805.

    • Shell replaced GM Goodwrench as Kevin's No. 29 car primary sponsor at the end of the 2006 season in NASCAR Netel Cup.

    • Kevin won NASCAR Nextel Cup's rookie standings in 2001 by 66 points.

    • Kevin has 5 poles, 11 wins, 47 top 5's, 88 top 10's, and has earned $30,588,720 in his career so far.

    • He finished his sixth year, in NASCAR Nextel Cup, 4th in the 2006 standing. He raced in 36 of the 36 races, had one pole, 5 wins, 15 top 5's, and 20 top 10's. He also earned $6,201,580 in the season.

    • He finished his fifth year, in NASCAR Nextel Cup, 14 in the 2005 standing. He raced in 36 of the 36 races, had 2 poles, 1 win, 3 top 5's, and 10 top 10's. He also earned $4,970,050 in the season.

    • He finished his fourth year, in NASCAR Nextel Cup, 14 in the 2004 standing. He raced in 36 of the 36 races, 5 top 5's, and 14 top 10's. He also earned $4,739,010 in the season.

    • He finished his third year, in NASCAR Nextel Cup, 5th in the standing. He raced in 36 of the 36 races, had 1 pole, 1 wins, 11 top 5's, and 18 top 10's. He also earned $4,994,250 in the season.

    • He finished his second year, in NASCAR Nextel Cup, 21 in the 2002 standing. He raced in 35 of the 36 races, had 1 pole, 1 win, 5 top 5's, and 8 top 10's. He also earned 3,748,100 in the season.

    • He finished his rookie year, in NASCAR Nextel Cup, Ninth in the standing. He raced in 35 of the 36 races, had two wins, 6 top 5's, and 16 top 10's. He also earned $3,716,630 in the season.

    • His first start in NASCAR Nextel Cup was in the 2nd race in the 2001 season. He finished 14th and one lap down.

    • His first NACAR Nextal Cup win came in his third start in his rookie year in 2001.

    • Harvick has won the NASCAR Busch Series championship twice; in 2001 and again in 2006.

    • He was formerly a Craftsman Trucks Series Driver.

    • He drives in the NASCAR Busch Series and the Nextel cup series.

    • Harvick Drives the number 29 car in NASCAR.

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