There’s Hope For Harvick

So the number four car of Kevin Harvick failed post-race inspection, eh? Fancy that. Everyone colors outside the lines a little, Harvick and company are no worse than anybody else. They say if you ain't cheatin', you ain't tryin'. The real trick is to avoid getting caught at the wrong time. For Harvick, the timing couldn't be worse. Or is it? Perhaps for Kevin Harvick, it's really not so bad. But he lost his automatic bid for the finals, his crew chief got suspended, and he lost points. I ...

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Performance of 10 Car Speaks Volumes of Current, Former Drivers

It got lost in all that "big three" talk. The 10 car of Aric Almirola took third place for Stewart-Haas Racing at New Hampshire. That's some rarified air for what is considered to be SHR's fourth team, and a place they're not accustomed to. The performance of the 10 car in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series this season tell us a lot. For one thing, Aric Almirola just might be a better driver than many of us gave him credit for. It seems like an eternity ago that the Cuban-American fr ...

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Hunger Fuels SHR Dominance

Six races. Four wins. Stewart-Haas Racing is rocking it at the outset of the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series campaign. There are a number of ingredients in the blend that is fueling success at SHR. Technology. Talent. The desire for a manufacturer new to the team to demonstrate the change did the team good. It's all of those things, plus a group of hungry drivers with differing stories eager to prove something. 2014 champion Kevin Harvick wants another. He no doubt blesses the day h ...

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Stewart-Haas Racing Firing On All Cylinders

Did you catch this? Not only did Kevin Harvick win his third straight race Sunday in the employ of Stewart-Haas Racing, all three of his teammates made the top ten. Clint Bowyer finished sixth for SHR. Aric Almirola took seventh. Kurt Busch- who looked like a possible race winner- placed 10th for Stewart-Haas Racing. Who thought that at the beginning of the season that it would by SHR leading the way for Ford and not Penske? Clint Bowyer appears to be finding his footing in his second ...

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2018 Team Preview: Stewart-Haas Racing

Sometimes the best moves are the ones you don't make. It will be interesting to see how things go for 2004 champion Kurt Busch at Stewart-Haas Racing. There had been some speculation that Busch would join a veteran driver like Matt Kenseth as a rideless racer. He'll be back in 2018. Kurt Busch has been written off more than once. Controversies sparked departures for the driver of the 41 at Jack Roush and at Penske. Each time, he's been able to bounce back. While Busch has generally dodged ...

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