Kevin Harvick’s insane statistic comes to light amid contract uncertainty on Tony Stewart’s NASCAR team

The 2022 NASCAR Cup Series has officially concluded with Joey Logano as the champion. However, it was an unpredictable season with several race winners. With 19 different winners, the 2022 campaign has been tied with the 1956, 1958, 1961 and 2001 seasons. Among the 19 winners this year was Stewart-Haas Racing driver and NASCAR veteran, Kevin Harvick.

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Harvick was victorious in two consecutive races, namely at Michigan and Richmond. Moreover, this win at Richmond seems to be a special one as it created a unique record for him. To be precise, the 2014 Cup Series champion is the first driver to win at the same track in four different generations of Cup cars. Harvick was victorious with a Gen 4, Gen 5, Gen 6, and finally a Gen 7 car, at Richmond Raceway.

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At 46, Harvick will likely realize he doesn’t have much time left in his career. Despite being signed for the 2023 Cup Series season, one has to wonder how long he can stay in the sport. Of course, his wins at Michigan and Richmond proved that age is just a number and he still has what it takes to win.

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July 3, 2022; Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, USA; NASCAR Cup Series driver Kevin Harvick (4) during the KWIK TRIP 250 at Road America. Mandatory credit: Mike Dinovo-USA TODAY Sports

For now, Harvick will be working hard to prepare for the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series season. The No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing driver will be eager to try to follow in Logano’s footsteps and claim his second Cup title. As the 2022 season was going through the motions, the number of race winners just kept increasing.

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For a long time, Harvick was not on the list of winners. Therefore, there were fears that he would not participate in the playoffs. Then came the Cup race at Michigan, and the No. 4 driver locked him in. In the next race, he repeated the feat, which must have been a relief for both drivers. This was because the qualifying drivers were in danger of being out of contention.

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