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Kevin Harvick Looks Forward to New Hampshire Motor Speedway

Kevin Harvick Looks Forward to New Hampshire Motor Speedway

Kevin Harvick Looks Forward to New Hampshire Motor Speedway

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series - Camping World RV Sales 301
July 14, 2013 - New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Kevin Harvick, No. 29

Kevin Harvick will pilot chassis No. 420 from the Richard Childress Racing NASCAR Sprint Cup Series stable in the Camping World RV Sales 301 on Sunday afternoon. Harvick most recently drove this Chevrolet to Victory Lane at Richmond International Raceway in April. Since 2001, Harvick has made 24 starts at the 1.058-mile oval, collecting one win (September 2006), one pole award (September 2006), five top-five and 12 top-10 finishes. The California native holds a 14.1 average starting position, coupled with a 13.7 average finishing position, has completed 99.2 percent (7,021 of 7,075) of the laps contested and is credited with 319 laps led. After starting from the 12th position, Harvick and the No. 29 team finished eighth while battling handling issues throughout the 2012 LENOX Industrial Tools 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Share your thoughts on racing at New Hampshire Motor Speedway with the Gen-6 car.

I enjoy racing at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Unfortunately, we haven't run as well as we would have liked the last few years. Obviously, everything is new with this particular car and hopefully we can start off on the right foot this weekend. We have a race at New Hampshire during the Chase (for the NASCAR Sprint Cup), so I'm hoping we can get a solid result and collect some good notes to build off of and have a good run during the second race there this season. It's really another one of those places we will have to go to first, before we will really know how this new car is going to perform. - Kevin Harvick

Is there any other track on the circuit that you can compare to New Hampshire Motor Speedway?

Not really, I guess you could kind of compare it to Phoenix (International Raceway) now with the new asphalt in turns three and four, but that's about it. New Hampshire Motor Speedway has some wider seams that have started to separate and the track is starting to age a bit. You have some forward grip issues that you usually fight. But we have been fighting a lot more forward grip issues with this new car than we have in the past because they take off so fast early in a run. It will be interesting to see what the left-rear tire wear will look like during runs. - Kevin Harvick

Radio & TV

TNT's live coverage from New Hampshire Motor Speedway begins Sunday, July 14 at Noon Eastern Time. The race will also be broadcast on the Performance Racing Network and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series results at New Hampshire Motor Speedway

  • Starts: 24
  • Wins: 1
  • Poles: 1
  • Top 5: 5
  • Top 10: 12
  • Laps Led: 319
  • Average Start: 14.1
  • Average Finish: 13.71