Kevin Harvick’s recent record at Daytona International Speedway may best highlight the difficulty of handicapping restrictor-plate, superspeedway races. He has three top-fives bookended by a pair of 39ths.
Busch Beer returns to Kevin Harvick’s No. 4 Ford Fusion for the Advanced Auto Parts Clash at Daytona – the 75-lap, bonus-points-paying race that kicks off the 2017 NASCAR Cup Series season Feb. 18.
Kevin Harvick has a three-year average finish of 7.0 at Richmond, which makes him the third-best driver in that span on this course.
Kevin Harvick has the second-best, three-year average finish among active fulltime drivers at Kansas Speedway with a 5.83.
Kevin Harvick has the best average finish at Phoenix International Raceway during the past three years. In fact, he has the best three-year average of any driver making more than two starts on any course in that span.
Kevin Harvick and Brad Keselowski each have average finishes of 9.0 in their last six attempts at Charlotte Motor Speedway, which is the best in the field.
If NASCAR had awarded segment points in 2016 at the one-quarter and halfway marks, Kevin Harvick would have been the second-most productive throughout the season.
Kevin Harvick has the best average finish at Talladega among fulltime drivers marking more than two starts in the past three years.
Kevin Harvick has the third-best average finish among all active drivers during the past three years at Michigan International Speedway with a mark of 7.5 in six races.
In the past three years, Kevin Harvick has scored 75 top-10s, which puts him second on this list and only one out of first.
Kevin Harvick would have bettered Joey Logano by 26 markers if the current points system, but not the Chase, was in play in play last year.
Kevin Harvick had the best average finish of all drivers in 2016 and he was also the only one to crack the 10th-place mark.
Hunt Brothers Pizza is expanding its partnership with Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) to include a four-race sponsorship of Kevin Harvick in the NASCAR XFINITY Series.
Kevin Harvick is scheduled to return to the FOX NASCAR television booth as a race analyst for eight NASCAR events in 2017, beginning with the XFINITY Series season opener from Daytona International Speedway on Saturday, Feb. 25.