Kevin Harvick put some TV rumors to bed this afternoon, at least for the time being, announcing that he and Stewart-Haas Racing had agreed upon a two year contract extension. Harvick’s current deal took him through the 2021 season. His new deal will run through 2023.
— Bob Pockrass (@bobpockrass) February 8, 2020
Harvick joined Stewart-Haas Racing ahead of the 2014 season. Since then he’s racked up 26 since wins with crew chief Rodney Childers, forming one of the most potent combinations in all of NASCAR.
The 44 year old driver is entering his 20th year of competition in the NASCAR Cup Series. His 49 career wins rank 14th on the all-time wins list at NASCAR’s top level. With at least four full seasons in front of him, Harvick has a chance to cement himself as one of the best to ever do it in this sport.
The 2014 Cup Series Champion will begin his chase for title No. 2 next Sunday at the Daytona 500.