Stewart Haas Racing

Rough Day for Stewart-Haas Racing in Vegas

Stewart-Haas Racing cars were the class of the field the first two races of the season, with a win in the Daytona 500 by Kurt Busch and most laps led in both the 500 and the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway by Kevin Harvick. Unfortunately, a 10th-place finish by Clint Bowyer was the highlight of a lousy day from the four-car organization.

Busch’s Daytona 500 Win Ideal Comeback Story for NASCAR

Undoubtedly, this year's edition of Speedweeks had everything a race fan could ask for. There were Cinderella stories, with Kaz Grala the titular belle of the ball Friday night when he won a wild Camping World Truck Series season opener.

The View From My Recliner: Pre-Clash Edition

After taking the holidays to recharge and fight this never ending cold, it's time to park myself in the recliner and share my view of what is going on in the world of NASCAR.

SHR Sues Nature’s Bakery

Stewart-Haas Racing filed a $31 million breach of contract lawsuit against Nature's Bakery on Friday. The lawsuit accuses the company of refusing to pay millions of dollars it owes the team to sponsor driver Danica Patrick through 2018.

Harvick’s and Busch’s Post-Race Actions at Talladega Were Pointless

Talladega is already a stressful race. Add the fact that it's also a Chase elimination race and the stress factor rises even more. That makes sense. That's a given. That way, in a sense, the disagreement between Kurt Busch and Kevin Harvick following the Hellmann's 500 on Sunday almost has some merit, even if they are Stewart-Haas Racing teammates.

Four Gears – Indianapolis Edition

This week our staff takes a look at some of the hot topics in the world of NASCAR. We discuss Jeff Gordon’s current status as a substitute driver for Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Tony Stewart’s chances for another championship in his final season.

Stewart’s Emotional Sonoma Victory One Of NASCAR’s Defining Wins

Stewart has always been strong on the road courses, leading all active drivers with eight wins at Sonoma and Watkins Glen, so his win there isn't exactly a surprise, especially on the heels of a strong seventh-place run at Michigan.

Harvick Rumors Squelched With Contract Extension at SHR and with Ford

From the moment Tony Stewart announced that Stewart-Haas Racing was switching to Ford, NASCAR’s Chevrolet fans (which make up 75 percent of all NASCAR fans in my estimation) went into a panic.

Harvick Staying at Stewart-Haas Racing

CONCORD, N.C. -- In case you missed it, Kevin Harvick is staying put with Tony Stewart. Thursday, Stewart-Haas Racing announced that the driver of the No. 4 SHR Chevrolet was signed to a long-term extension. This put an end to rumors that Harvick might leave the team at the end of the season when his contract expired.

Kevin Harvick Signs Long-term Contract Extension with Stewart-Haas Racing

Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR), the championship-winning NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team, has signed driver Kevin Harvick to a long-term contract extension.

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