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Fans React to Kevin Harvick’s Retirement

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Kevin Harvick’s illustrious Cup Series career came to a close on Sunday at Phoenix with his 21st straight top-10 finish at the track. Daily Downforce readers are beginning to realize what life as a NASCAR fan will be like post-Kevin Harvick’s career. What did the fans have to say?


Some Kevin Harvick fans are grasping the reality of Kevin Harvick no longer competing at NASCAR’s top level. It is a tough thing to handle when your favorite driver is no longer racing, and Kevin Harvick fans are having to deal with that reality. Some fans are handling it easier than others are.

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Chris Rupe is coming to terms with the retirement of Harvick. His driver loyalty is still open.

Laken Arnold wants to see Harvick run late models, and Arnold does not sugarcoat how tough it is to see Harvick retire.

Tijntje speaks for many NASCAR fans who are going to be sitting and waiting until February, however, it will be sad knowing Harvick is gone.

Wait Until February

Max says that the retirement will not kick in until the season starts, when Harvick is in the booth, not the car.

Philip Pegler says that Daytona in February is when it will hit home.

Clay Smith says that the emotions will come back in February.

Ready For a New Favorite Driver

Aaron Bembenek is excited to watch the four car, even though he is sad.

Anthony Brammer says that he will probably root for Larson in the future, but, the short-track package needs to be fixed.

Chuck Eckenroth says he will be rooting for Noah Gragson should he join SHR.

Robert Holbrook says Chase Briscoe will be his new favorite driver.

Nick Celano will have Tyler Reddick and Christopher Bell be the next drivers he roots for.

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