NASCAR Officials Respond to ‘Crappy Parts’ Comments

GT NASCAR officials have responded to comments from several drivers. Parts malfunctions were the story that surfaced over the weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway, which led to strong comments from Martin Truex Jr and other drivers. Now NASCAR officials have responded. Scott Miller, NASCAR Senior Vice President of Competition, appeared on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio on September 22 and tackled multiple topics. He said NASCAR has met with representatives from Goodyear to discuss tire issues. Miller then noted that they were still learning about next-generation cars while responding directly to Truex…

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With 500 consecutive starts, Joey Logano can chase the NASCAR record

GT Kevin Harvick wanted SHR to be more aggressive. The Kyle Busch sweepstakes ended on September 13th when he announced a multi-year contract with Richard Childress Racing. Days later, Kevin Harvick expressed some strong opinions about how the Stewart-Haas Racing team got it wrong. “If this was my move, I would have been more aggressive trying to make sure [Busch] Harvick said while in the media at Bristol Motor Speedway. He went on to say that he wasn’t the one making the decisions at SHR, so it wasn’t his call.…

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Kevin Harvick explains his decision to become more outspoken

GT Kevin Harvick explained his move to become more vocal about safety. Kevin Harvick has been very vocal about Next Gen Cup Series cars and driver safety in recent weeks. He has now explained his decision to become the outspoken leader on this important matter. Harvick met with members of the media at Kansas Speedway for just under 15 minutes, and spent the entire time talking about fires, slams and other safety concerns. He said he did not receive any phone calls from NASCAR and that he used the media…

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NASCAR Announces Rule Changes Ahead of the Kansas Auto Race

GT Cole Custer heads into the road pits with a shot at Number 41. The Sanctions Authority made some changes to the rulebook prior to the trip to Kansas Speedway. Cup Series teams will have to use new coatings on the breaker plates to help address ongoing fire concerns. Swelling coatings that comply with SFI 54.1 (eg, TEMPROTEX F1ER) areThe underside of the lower breaker panels, inside the exhaust hood panels, and the top surface of the rocker box are allowed,” according to the bulletin posted on Sept. 7. He…

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Kevin Harvick tore the bad parts off after the Darlington fire

GT Kevin Harvick is not happy with the era of the next generation. Kevin Harvick of Stewart-Haas Racing saw his night at Darlington racetrack finish early due to a massive fire in the final stage. He faced questions about the problem, answered by tearing up the Next Generation era, calling it a disaster, and calling out NASCAR’s decision-makers. “I’m sure it’s just the bad parts of the race car as we’ve seen them so many times,” Harvick told NBC Sports after dropping out of the race. “We haven’t fixed anything.…

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NASCAR drivers express their main concerns about next-generation efficacy

GT NASCAR drivers crash at Daytona International Speedway. The Cup Series playoffs are the main story now that the 16 drivers field is set, but there are a few other pressing concerns that the biggest names in NASCAR want to address. Specifically, they were talking loudly about the safety of new cars. Joey Logano, Denny Hamlin, Kevin Harvick, Austin Dillon and Kyle Busch are just some of the drivers who have spoken loudly about how hard it is to feel the blows and the damage they do to their bodies.…

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Kevin Harvick brings some southwestern flair to Daytona

GT Kevin Harvick will be launching a special chart at Daytona International Speedway. Mustang, seeded No. 4, Stuart Haas Racing, heads to the Daytona International Speedway for the regular season finals of the Cup Series. The entry chart will show some southwestern flair as it plays under the spotlight. Kevin Harvick will take another win on the 2.5-mile track as he shows off the new Mobil 1/Route 66. The #4 Ford will showcase the rock formations that lie along the famous highway, as well as a blue skyline. The purpose…

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Kevin Harvick hits Kyle Bush on the all-time list

GT Kevin Harvick won an important race at Richmond Raceway. Kevin Harvick of Stewart-Haas Racing made a big move on the historic leaderboard. He won his 60th NASCAR Cup Series race on August 14, leading him to a tie with Kyle Busch of Joe Gibbs Racing. The driver of the #4 race in Richmond this weekend entered his 10th all-time winning list with 59 trips to Victory Lane in the Cup Series. Bosch finished ninth with 60 career wins. Now the champs are sitting in a tie for the ninth…

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Kevin Harvick Knox is a fellow champion outside the playoffs

GT Kevin Harvick cut a no-profit streak dating back to 2020. Kevin Harvick’s 65-race win-free streak has ended. The Closer performed at Michigan International Speedway on August 7 and won its first race since Bristol Motor Speedway in September 2020. Harvick entered the Cup Series race below the qualifying streak and in a must-win position. He needed to get past both Ryan Blaney and Martin Truex Jr., which seemed like a long shot. However, the No. 4 rated Stewart-Haas Racing Ford driver took the lead from Bubba Wallace in the…

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Kevin Harvick: Wrecking the Next Generation is like hitting a concrete wall

GT Kevin Harvick made a surprising comparison to shipwrecks from the next generation. Kevin Harvick of Stewart-Haas Racing has provided some solid feedback about the Next Generation Cup Series cars and their level of safety. He compared the wreckage of these vehicles with their collision with a concrete wall. Harvick made the comments while in the media at Michigan International Speedway. Tell Bob Pokras from FOX Sports The blows in new cars are “much harsher” than anything he’s experienced in any of the other generations. Then use the concrete wall…

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