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#4 Stewart-Haas Racing Team News and Links


OFFICIAL TEAM/DRIVER LINKS
Stewart-Haas Racing
Kevin Harvick (2018+)
Kevin Harvick Foundation
True Speed Communication (PR)

PRIMARY SPONSORS LINKS
Busch Beer (14 races + Clash) (2019)
Jimmy John's (9 races) (2019)
Mobil 1 (9 races)
Mobil 1 Racing
Hunt Brothers Pizza (3 races)

ASSOCIATE SPONSORS LINKS
Outback Steakhouse

SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS
Stewart Haas Racing - Twitter
Stewart Haas Racing - Facebook
Stewart Haas Racing - Instagram
Stewart Haas Racing - Pinterest
Stewart Haas Racing - YouTube
Stewart Haas Racing - Google+
Kevin Harvick - Twitter
Kevin Harvick - Facebook
Kevin Harvick - Instagram
Kevin Harvick - YouTube
Rodney Childers / Crew Chief - Twitter
Freaky Fast Racing (Jimmy Johns - Facebook

STATISTICS
Kevin Harvick - ESPN
Kevin Harvick - RacingReference.info

MORE INFO on the JAYSKI site about teams/drivers
2019 #4 Paint Schemes
2018 #4 Paint Schemes
2017 #4 Paint Schemes
2016 #4 Paint Schemes
Paint Scheme Gallery
Driver Appearances
Team Address/Contact

2019 sponsor schedule:
1) Daytona: Busch Beer
2) Atlanta: Jimmy John's
3) Las Vegas: Jimmy John's
4) ISM Raceway: Jimmy John's
5) Auto Club: Jimmy John's
6) Martinsville: Mobil 1
7) Texas: Mobil 1
8) Bristol: Hunt Brothers Pizza
9) Richmond: Mobil 1
10) Talladega: Busch Beer
11) Dover: Jimmy John's
12) Kansas: Busch Beer
Charlotte (All-Star): Busch Beer
13) Charlotte: Mobil 1
14) Pocono: Busch Beer
15) Michigan: Busch Beer
16) Sonoma: Mobil 1
17) Chicagoland: Jimmy John's
18) Daytona: Jimmy John's
19) Kentucky: Hunt Brothers Pizza
20) New Hampshire: Busch Beer
21) Pocono:
22) Watkins Glen: Busch Beer
23) Michigan: Mobil 1
24) Bristol: Busch Beer
25) Darlington: Busch Beer
26) Indianapolis: Mobil 1
27) Las Vegas: Mobil 1
28) Richmond:
29) Charlotte: Jimmy John's
30) Dover: Busch Beer
31) Talladega: Busch Beer
32) Kansas: Jimmy John's
33) Martinsville: Hunt Brothers Pizza
34) Texas: Busch Beer
35) ISM Raceway: Mobil 1
36) Homestead-Miami: Busch Beer

There are TWO race tracks (of 23) the NASCAR Cup Series currently races at that #4-Kevin Harvick has not won a race at: Pocono and Kentucky.(11-19-2017)

Contract Status: Driver: 2018+; Primary Sponsors: Busch Beer/Light 2019; Jimmy John's 2018+; Mobil1 2018+

became the #4 team in 2014 with Kevin Harvick was the #39 team from 2009 thru 2013 when Stewart became co-owner in 2011the #66 from 2006 thru 2008the #0 2003 thru 2005 and #60 in 2002, the first year for the team


#4 Team / Driver News

Kevin Harvick received most mentions during 2018 season: Kevin Harvick's name was mentioned 60% more frequently this year during live NASCAR Cup Series telecasts compared to the 2017 season.[More](12-7-2018)

Pit crew change for Harvick at Homestead: Chris McMullen, who has been Stewart-Haas Racing teammate Aric Almirola's rear tire changer all season, will go to Harvick's team in that role this weekend.[More](11-13-2018)

Texas Motor Speedway post-race penalties announced: Kevin Harvick was found to have an illegal spoiler during technical inspection at the NASCAR research and development center. His Texas will will not count toward the championship race at Homestead. He has been penalized 40 points and crew chief Rodney Childers has been fined $75,000 and suspended two races. NASCAR also penalized non-playoff drivers Ryan Blaney and Erik Jones 20 points. Blaney for a crush panel violation and Jones for a package tray violation. Blaney and Jones were penalized 20 points.[More](11-7-2018)

Kevin Harvick advances to Playoff finale with authoritative win at Texas: This time, there was no late-race glitch to interrupt Kevin Harvick's domination of a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race. Streaking away from pole winner Ryan Blaney during an overtime restart on Lap 336, Harvick won Sunday's AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway with the utmost of authority, sweeping the stages and leading a race-high 177 laps on the way to his series-best eighth victory of the season and a guaranteed spot in the Nov. 18 Championship 4 race at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
[More](11-4-2018)

Kevin Harvick won the AAA Texas 500 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Texas Motor Speedway. The win is his 8th win of 2018, 2nd win at Texas and 45th career win. He dominated much of the race, winning the first two stages and leading 177 laps.
Pole winner #12-Blaney finished 2nd followed by #22-Logano, #20-Jones, #42-Larson, #9-Elliott, #41-Busch, #10-Almirola, #78-Truex, Jr., and #3-Dillon.
The race ended under an overtime finish after a caution with three laps to go for an accident.
There were 16 lead changes among 7 drivers and 8 cautions for 37 yellow flag laps.
The average speed of the race was: 150.558mph.
See unofficial race results, awards, laps led, cautions and more at:
Unofficial Race Results (pdf)
Cumulative Report (pdf)
Penalty Report (pdf)
Drivers Points Standings (pdf)
Unofficial Owners Points Standings (pdf)

Hunt Brother Pizza will sponsor Harvick in Cup: Hunt Brothers Pizza, the nation's largest brand of made-to-order pizza in the convenience store industry, announced a major expansion of its partnership with Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR), the championship-winning NASCAR team and its driver, Kevin Harvick. From its booth inside the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) show at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Hunt Brothers Pizza unveiled the No. 4 Hunt Brothers Pizza Ford Mustang Harvick will drive in select Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races in 2019.[More](10-10-2018)

Busch Outdoors scheme for Harvick at Dover: This weekend at Dover, Harvick will drive the No. 4 Busch Outdoors Ford Fusion in support of the National Forest Foundation. The foundation promotes the health and well-being of 193 million acres of public lands that people use every day to hunt, fish, camp and enjoy nature. For every lap Harvick leads at Dover, Busch Beer will donate $1,000 to the National Forest Foundation up to $25,000. Each dollar donated is approximately equivalent to one tree being planted in a national forest, so if Harvick were to lead 25 laps at Dover, Busch Beer would be donating approximately 25,000 trees to national forest lands.[More](10-4-2018)

Kevin Harvick storms to seventh 2018 victory at Michigan: Last week at Watkins Glen, Chase Elliott's maiden victory on the road course interrupted the season of the Big Three. But on Sunday at Michigan International Speedway, Kevin Harvick restored the status quo, winning for the seventh time this season and breaking a tie with third-place finisher Kyle Busch for most victories in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.[More](8-12-2018)

Kevin Harvick won the Consumers Energy 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway. The win is his 7th win of 2018, 2nd win at Michigan and 44th career win.
He lead 108 of the 200 laps and won all three stages.
#2-Keselowski finished 2nd followed by #18-Busch, #3-Dillon, #12-Blaney, #41-Busch, #10-Almirola, pole sitter #11-Hamlin#9-Elliott, and #22-Logano.
There were 15 lead changes among 9 drivers and 8 cautions for 37 yellow flag laps.
The average speed of the race was: 140.474mph.
See unofficial race results, awards, laps led, cautions and more at:
Unofficial Race Results (pdf)
Cumulative Report (pdf)
Penalty Report (pdf)
Drivers Points Standings (pdf)
Owners Points Standings (pdf)

Kevin Harvick uses bump-and-run to win at New Hampshire : On two straight laps late in Sunday's Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Kevin Harvick nudged the No. 18 Toyota of race leader Kyle Busch with his front bumper.[More](7-22-2018)

Kevin Harvick won the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The win is his 6th win of 2018, 3rd win at New Hampshire and 43rd career win.
#18-Busch finished 2nd followed b #10-Almirola, #78-Truex, Jr., #9-Elliott, #31-Newman, #12-Blaney, pole winner #41-Busch, #22-Logano and #48-Johnson.
Harvick bumped Kyle Busch out of the lead with 7 laps remaining and pulled away to a nearly 2 second lead.
Stage 1 was won by #78-Truex, Jr., finished 3rd.
Stage 2 was won by #9-Elliott, finished 5th.
There were 12 lead changes among 7 drivers and 7 cautions for 31 yellow flag laps.
The average speed of the race was:110.490mph.
See unofficial race results, awards, laps led, cautions and more at:
Unofficial Race Results (pdf)
Cumulative Report (pdf)
Penalty Report (pdf)
See the Drivers Points (pdf)
Owners Points (pdf)

Stewart-Haas Racing makes pit crew changes: Stewart-Haas Racing has made changes to all four of its pit crews heading into Sunday's Cup race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway[More](7-19-2018)

All Stewart-Haas drivers expected to return next year: Kurt Busch's contract reportedly ends this year.[More](7-3-2018)

Kevin Harvick wins the Monster Energy All-Star Race: #4-Kevin Harvick held off challenges through a final two-lap run to the checkered flag to win the Monster Energy All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway and $1 million.
#19-Suarez finished 2nd, followed by #22-Logano, #11-Hamlin, #9-Elliott, #48-Johnson, #42-Larson, #47-Allmendinger, #18-Busch, and #95-Kahne.
#4-Harvick also won the first and third segments, #18-Busch won the second segment.
There were 12 lead changes among 7 drivers and 8 cautions for 17 laps.
The average speed was 84.688mph.
See unofficial race results, awards, laps led, and more at:
Unofficial Race Results (pdf)
Penalty Report (pdf)

Harvick's Darlington scheme revealed: The #4 Ford is inspired by the 1996 Busch Beer can design.[More](5-14-2018)

Late pass lifts Kevin Harvick to Victory Lane at Kansas: Charging from sixth place and chasing race leader Martin Truex Jr. after a restart on Lap 259 of 267, Harvick found speed in the top lane with five laps left and passed Truex on the outside through Turns 3 and 4 on the penultimate lap.[More](5-12-2018)

Kevin Harvick won the KC Masterpiece 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Kansas Speedway. The win is his 5th win of 2018, 3rd win at Kansas and 42nd career win.
#78-Truex, Jr. finished 2nd followed by #22-Logano, #42-Larson, #11-Hamlin, #21-Menard, #20-Jones, #41-Busch, #10-Almirola, and #18-Busch.
Harvick led 78 laps during the race but had to pass Truex, Jr. at the white flag to get the win.
#6-Kenseth, making his first start of the year, was caught in a late accident and finished 35th.
Stage 1 was won by #12-Blaney, finished 37th.
Stage 2 was won by #42-Larson, finished 4th.
There were 13 lead changes among 7 drivers and 6 cautions for 31 yellow flag laps.
The average speed of the race was: 128.395mph.
See unofficial race results, awards, laps led, cautions and more at:
Unofficial Race Results (pdf)
Cumulative Report (pdf)
Drivers Points Standings (pdf)
Owners Points Standings (pdf)

#4-Kevin Harvick won the AAA 400 Drive for Autism Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Dover International Speedway. The win is his fourth win of 2018, second win at Dover and 41st career win.
#14-Clint Bowyer finished 2nd followed by #19-Daniel Suarez, #78-Martin Truex, Jr., #41-Kurt Busch, #2-Brad Keselowski, #11-Denny Hamlin, #12-Ryan Blaney, #48-Jimmie Johnson, and #42-Kyle Larson.
Pole winner,#42-Larson started from the rear after failing pre-race inspection.
Stage 1 was won by #4-Harvick, finished 1st.
Stage 2 was won by #4-Harvick, finished 1st.
There were 17 lead changes among 6 drivers and 8 cautions for 48 yellow flag laps.
The average speed of the race was: 115.044mph.
See unofficial race results, awards, laps led, cautions and more at:
Unofficial Race Results (pdf)
Cumulative Report (pdf)
Penalty Report (pdf)

Outback's sponsorship of Stewart-Haas may end next year: The company is serving only as an associate sponsor this season.[More](4-27-2018)

Kevin Harvick in flannel at Talladega: Kevin Harvick's No. 4 Busch Beer Ford Fusion will have a fresh, new outdoors-inspired look this weekend at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway - completely covered in flannel, the unofficial uniform of the true outdoor enthusiast.[More](4-26-2018)

Harvick hopes to keep momentum at Texas: Yes, he's had an incredible run to open the season, but it was actually his win last November in the Texas playoff race that Harvick considers the start of his current success.[More](4-6-2018)

Las Vegas post-race penalties announced: Kevin Harvick was penalized for rear window and rocker panel violations; Joey Gase received a lugnut penalty.[More](3-7-2018)

Kevin Harvick triumphs at ISM Raceway for gratifying third straight win: As the old aphorism goes, there's nothing certain except death and taxes. After Sunday's TicketGuardian 500 at ISM Raceway, you can add Kevin Harvick at Phoenix to that list.[More](3-11-2018)

Kevin Harvick won the Ticket Guardian 500(k) Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at ISM Raceway. The win is his 3rd consecutive of 2018, 9th win at Phoenix and 40th career win. It is the first time in his career that he has won three races in a row.
#18-Busch finished 2nd followed by #9-Elliott, #11-Hamlin, pole sitter #78-Truex, Jr., #14-Bowyer, #10-Almirola, #19-Suarez, #20-Jones, and #41-Busch
Stage 1 was won by #18-Busch, finished 2nd.
Stage 2 was won by #41-Busch, finished 10th.
There were 15 lead changes among 9 drivers and 6 cautions for 36 yellow flag laps.
The average speed of the race was: 108.073mph.
See unofficial race results, awards, laps led, cautions and more at:
Unofficial Race Results (pdf)
Cumulative Report (pdf)
Penalty Report (pdf)
Unofficial Drivers Points Standings page (pdf)
Unofficial Owners Points Standings page (pdf)

Kevin Harvick enjoys another dominant victory in Las Vegas: If you thought last Sunday's Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Atlanta was an aberration on old asphalt, think again. Kevin Harvick was every bit as dominant on the newer asphalt at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, racking up impressive numbers in winning Sunday's Pennzoil 400, the third event of the season.[More](3-4-2018)

Kevin Harvick won the Pennzoil 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The win is his 2nd win of 2018, 2nd win at Las Vegas and 39th career win. It is his 100th career win in NASCAR's top 3 series. He dominated most of the race, winning stage 1 and stage 2, leading 214 of the 267 laps and winning by nearly 3 seconds.
#18-Busch finished 2nd followed by #42-Larson, #78-Truex, Jr., pole sitter #12-Blaney, #2-Keselowski, #20-Logano, #20-Jones, #21-Menard, and #10-Almirola.
There were 11 lead changes among 6 drivers and 4 cautions for 29 yellow flag laps.
The average speed of the race was: 141.756mph.
See unofficial race results, awards, laps led, cautions and more at:
Unofficial Race Results (pdf)
Cumulative Report (pdf)
Penalty Report (pdf)
Drivers Points Standings (pdf)
Owners Points Standings (pdf)

Kevin Harvick gets long-awaited Monster Energy NASCAR Cup victory at Atlanta: On Sunday night, after 17 barren years, Kevin Harvick finally completed the second chapter of his love affair with Atlanta Motor Speedway. In the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500, the second Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race of the season, Harvick delivered a proper thrashing to the rest of the field, leading 181-of-325 laps and beating runner-up Brad Keselowski to the finish line by 2.690 seconds.[More](2-25-2018)

Kevin Harvick won the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The win is his 1st win of 2018, 2nd win at Atlanta and 38th career win.
#2-Keselowski finished 2nd followed by #14-Bowyer, #11-Hamlin, #78-Truex, Jr., #22-Logano, #18-Busch, #41-Busch, #42-Larson, and #9-Elliott.
Harvick dominated the race, leading 181 of the 325 laps and winning by more than 2 seconds. At one point there were only 4 cars on the lead lap.
Pole winner #18-Busch led 9 laps and finished 7th.
Stage 1 was won by #4-Harvick, who won.
Stage 2 was won by #2-Keselowski, finished 2nd.
There were 24 lead changes among 8 drivers and 5 cautions for 28 yellow flag laps.
The average speed of the race was: 143.068mph.
See unofficial race results, awards, laps led, cautions and more at:
Unofficial Race Results (pdf)
Cumulative Report (pdf)
Penalty Report (pdf)
Unofficial Drivers Points Standings page (pdf)
Unofficial Owners Points Standings page (pdf)

Mobil 1 and Stewart-Haas Racing gear up for the 2018 NASCAR Season: Building upon a successful 2017 season on and off the track, ExxonMobil, on behalf of the Mobil 1 brand, will again sponsor Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) with full primaries at various Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races throughout the year. At the same time, ExxonMobil will further leverage the star power of SHR drivers by bringing back Kevin Harvick as the face of Mobil 1 Annual Protection motor oil marketing campaign. Mobil 1, the "Official Motor Oil of NASCAR", will provide primary sponsorships across SHR's four NASCAR Cup Series drivers. Harvick's #4 Ford will carry Mobil 1 branding six times, Clint Bowyer's #14 Ford will wear Mobil 1 twice, and Kurt Busch's #41 Ford and Aric Almirola's #10 Ford get one race apiece. Mobil 1 will remain as an associate sponsor of SHR for the entire 2018 season.[More](2-14-2018)

Tony Gibson still looking to make a difference: After 31 years, Tony Gibson will have a job in NASCAR that doesn't send him on the road. The former crew chief enters the 2018 season as the new production manager for Stewart-Haas Racing. Gibson, 53, will supervise many of the departments responsible for building the cars for its four drivers, Kurt Busch, Kevin Harvick, Aric Almirola and Clint Bowyer. That includes the chassis, body shop and fabrication shops.[More](1-5-2018)


became the #4 team in 2014 with Kevin Harvick was the #39 team from 2009 thru 2013 when Stewart became co-owner in 2011the #66 from 2006 thru 2008the #0 2003 thru 2005 and #60 in 2002, the first year for the team

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