Kevin Harvick Wins 2020 NASCAR Series; Net Worth, Wife, Family, Wiki

Published Date: 07 Sep, 2020 Updated date: 07 Sep, 2020 By Lucifer

Kevin Harvick gets his eight consecutive wins from the 2020 NASCAR series. Just like his great wins, the father of two alongside his wife used to reside in North Carolina Mansion and a vacation house on Kiawah Island which he sold for $2.3 million and $8.2 million.

American professional stock car racing driver Kevin Harvick currently competes full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series. Besides soaring earnings from NASCAR series wins, he has till now earned $2.2 million through endorsements and licensing

Kevin Harvick Bio & Family; Parents, Height, Age, Wiki

The racer was born as Kevin Michael Harvick on 8 December 1975 in Bakersfield, California. Talking about his family, his parents, Mike and JoNell (Walker) Harvick raised him and a younger sister, Amber Harvick. During high school, he began racing late models part-time in 1992 in the NASCAR Featherlite Southwest Series. 

While racing offseason, he took part in the North High School wrestling team, qualifying for a CIF Central Section title in his weight class his senior year. Kevin then chose Bakersfield College to major in architecture, but later dropped out in order to pursue a full-time racing career. The racer stands 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 ) m tall and weighs around 79 kg.

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Kevin Harvick Wins 2020 NASCAR Series

According to CBS Sports, Kevin wins his eight successive NASCAR series. The race that took place on 6 September 2020 at Darlington Raceway is one of the praiseworthy wins of Kevin that made him advance to Round of 12 per wiki.

Another racer, Martin Truex Jr. dominated most of the race, sweeping the stages, but blew a tire after contact with Chase Elliott and finished 22nd. Elliott, who was leading with less than 20 to go, finished 20th. 

Career Details; Net Worth & NASCAR Wins!

The 44-year-old’s net worth is $90 million from his professional NASCAR career since 1995. Altogether, he has over thirty wins in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, with 46 wins in the Nationwide Series and a total 11 wins in the Camping World Truck Series.

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His debut was in 1995 during the Mesa Marin Raceway in his hometown of Bakersfield, California. Some of his biggest wins include crown-jewel events like the Daytona 500, Coca-Cola 600, Southern 500, and the Brickyard 400. One of his hefty paycheck earnings was back in the 2017 season when he made $13.6 million throughout the season, making him one of the five highest-paid drivers in the World. 

Who Is Kevin Harvick’s Wife?

Kevin’s wife’s name is DeLana Harvick. She is a former co-owner and manager of Kevin Harvick Incorporated, a racing team in NASCAR’s Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series. The couple went to walk the wedding aisle on 28 February 2001 in Las Vegas, Nevada, shortly after his Cup Series debut. The adorable pair first met in 2000 at Michigan International Speedway where at the time she was working in public relations for fellow driver Randy LaJoie. The couple lives in Charlotte, North Carolina with their son Keelan, born on 8 July 2012, and daughter Piper Harvick, born on 28 December 2017.

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His wife was born on 7 July 1973 in Kernersville, North Carolina to parents, John Paul Linville and Joyce Linville. Her dad is a former Busch Series driver.

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Some Interesting Facts Kevin Harvick

  • Kevin began kart racing at an early age after his parents bought him a go-kart as a kindergarten graduation gift.
  • He grew up a fan of IndyCar driver and fellow Bakersfield native Rick Mears and raced go-karts with Mears’ son Clint.
  • The racer also played baseball, basketball, football, and soccer.
  • He is into philanthropy with The Kevin Harvick Foundation, to support programs that enrich the lives of children in the United States. 
  • From June 2018 and June 2019, he earned $13 million. 
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