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NASHVILLE, TN – Former Cup Champion Kevin Harvick says he will learn about his post-2023 plans by Dayton in February.

Harvick’s contract with Stewart-Haas Racing ends after the upcoming season.

Harvick said Thursday ahead of the NASCAR Awards that “things could go differently at this particular moment” in regards to what he’ll be doing, but he reaffirmed that “going to Daytona, I’ll know what I’m going to do.”

The Daytona 500 is scheduled for February 19th. Harvick expects to make an announcement by then.

“We’re at a stage where everyone needs to know what’s going on,” Harvick said. “There are too many tentacles in everything that happens. Whether it’s a racing team, a rider management company, every element needs to be known. It’s not fair to start the season without knowing anything.”

December 8, Harvick will be 47 years old. The next season will be his 23rd in the Cup. His debut came a week after Dale Earnhardt’s fatal crash at the 2001 Daytona 500. Car owner Richard Childress chose Harvick to be part of Earnhardt’s team.

Harvick won the 2014 Cup championship and 60 races with Richard Childress Racing and Stewart-Haas Racing. He is associated with Kyle Bush ninth on the all-time list of Cup winners.

Harvick won two races last season. His win last August in Michigan ended a 65-race winless streak. He then won the following weekend at Richmond.

Harvick has won at least two races in nine of his last 10 seasons. He has won 41 of his 60 Cup victories since he was 37 years old.

“Kevin, I think is probably the #1 driver leader that he should be.” – Two-time Cup Champion Joey Logano Thursday said. “He has been here the longest. He is very successful. He is very smart. He went through ups and downs. He lived it. There is wisdom in experience. It’s great to hear his opinion on where we are as a sport.”

Harvick’s business interests include management company representing Cup riders Ryan Price, Harrison Burton as well as Ricky Stenhouse Jr.along with other athletes. Harvick has also worked as a broadcaster for Fox Sports’ NASCAR Xfinity races to positive reviews.

Harvick’s son Keelan, 10, races and competes in karting across Europe.

“He’s got one more race in Italy… and then we’ll start over,” Harvick said of his son.

Harvick went overseas after the season finale in Phoenix to watch the Keelan race.

“I think he’s definitely matured a bit since he’s been doing those trips,” Harvick said. “I think it’s important to have this cultural aspect of life in order to feel comfortable doing these things anywhere in the world.”

The NASCAR Awards airs at 8:00 pm ET on Saturday, December 3rd on Peacock. To sign up for Peacock, go here.

NASHVILLE, Tennessee. On Thursday, the NASCAR community showed their support at the NASCAR Awards for the Gibbs family as they mourn the death of Coy Gibbs on November 6th.

During his on-stage interview, car owner Joe Gibbs thanked the NASCAR industry for its support. (The NASCAR Awards show airs Saturday at 8:00 pm ET on Peacock.)

Coy Gibbs, son of Joe Gibbs and father of Xfinity Champion Ty Gibbs, died hours after Ty Gibbs won the series title last month at Phoenix Raceway. Coy Gibbs, 49, was vice chairman and chief operating officer of Joe Gibbs Racing.

Steve O’Donnell, Chief Operating Officer of NASCAR, introduced Ty Gibbs at the NASCAR Awards and noted that “everyone here tonight is part of the NASCAR family and I know I speak for everyone that the entire NASCAR family is 100 % support”. this young man.”

Ty Gibbs received a standing ovation.

“Thank you,” he said to those gathered, “it means a lot.”

Ty Gibbs spoke for less than a minute, thanking his team, sponsors, fans, and the NASCAR community.

He concluded his speech by saying, “And thanks to my family. I love you. I hope everyone has a great offseason. Enjoy it. Thanks for all the support. Thanks for all the clapping. I really appreciate this.”

Ty Gibbs spoke to the media earlier Thursday. When asked how he was doing, he said: “I’m fine. Thanks for asking and definitely appreciate you guys. We are doing well, we have done a lot of things this week. … It was fun to experience it.”

Asked about how Joe Gibbs approached the organization after Coy’s death, Ty Gibbs politely replied, “I’m not going to touch on that at all right now. I’ll just stop at all racing matters and move on.”

Cup Champion Joey Logano said he spent time with 20-year-old Ty Gibbs on Wednesday at the Champion’s Dinner.

Logano said he told Ty Gibbs that “we’re here for you. You need something to stretch.”

Brennan Pool join Bailey Curry at JD Motorsports for the 2023 NASCAR Xfinity season, the team announced Friday.

Poole will drive at number 6 for the entire season. Curry returns to the team’s No. 4 car this season. Curry finished in the top 15 of his organization five times last season.

JD Motorsports plans to use the No. 0 car next season. No driver or sponsor for this trip has been announced.

“We are energized and ready to go,” the Davis team said in a statement. “Bailey and Brennan are signed and looking forward to racing and points next year. We are actively looking for sponsors as well as drivers and sponsors for car #0.”

“We have always had the assumption that we want to continue the multi-car streak and that is how we look at 2023. The new schedule is very exciting and sets new challenges for our riders and team members.”

The 2023 Xfinity season kicks off on February 18 at Daytona International Speedway.

NASHVILLE, Tennessee. The weight of the unfulfilled season, the decision on where he will race in 2023, and the impact on his Truck Series team are gone. Kyle Bush.

The two-time Cup champion is returning to racing and is looking to resurrect his career with Richard Childress Racing this season.

Bush has done his last duty by representing Joe Gibbs Racing at the NASCAR Awards on Thursday (the show airs Saturday at 8:00 pm ET on Peacock), and now it’s all about helping RCR win its first cup championship since 1994.

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