In his final NASCAR Cup Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Kevin Harvick narrowly missed out on a top-10 finish Sunday (Oct. 22).
Harvick started 22nd and raced as high as third-place, but didn’t score stage points in the race.
The California native completed all 267 laps but finished 11th.
Homestead-Miami Speedway officials Mobil 1 as the race sponsor with the name, “4EVER 400,” in honor of Harvick’s final race at the speedway.
Then, during the week leading up to the race, the team announced Harvick would sport a Budweiser-themed No. 4 entry. It paid tribute to his 2014 victory and championship-winning ride at the 1.5-mile speedway.
With two races left in the season, Kevin Harvick remains winless this year. Harvick’s last win came at Richmond Raceway in August of 2022, 46 races ago.
Through 34 races, Harvick has picked up 6 Top-5 finishes, 13 Top-10s and has led 134 laps.
Harvick could not be reached for comment post-race.
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