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Watching The Kevin Harvick Roast

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In NASCAR, drivers are asked to do some crazy things as a part of promoting their sponsors. However, Kevin Harvick may have had the most humiliating one. He was roasted on live cable TV by a bunch of his friends including drivers Tony Stewart and Elliot Sadler and even his wife DeLena sponsored by Budwieser.

This all happened back in 2011, and it is simply hilarious to watch. It is on cable TV, so the humor is not always family-friendly. What more can you expect when someone like Tony Stewart is on a panel?

With that being said, Harvick is a good sport about all of it, even if he does not agree with everything he says. It’s nothing like that one roast episode on The Office, you know what I am talking about. Harvick is probably most definitely not sober during this recording either.

This is definitely an interesting concept, and it does make me miss the old Speed Channel a little bit personally. These types of exclusive NASCAR content just are not as readily available as they once were, as edgy as something like this is.

The jokes have some datedness to them. Keep in mind, this was 2011, and Harvick was still known for being quite the hothead. It was also the season after he lost the Championship to Jimmie Johnson following leading the points for a long time during the season.

Those who roast Kevin Harvick are also not immune to being roasted from time to time. Mike Dillon was probably the one who got roasted the most. Regardless, everyone was truly good sports about it.

There were also a couple of comedians who participated as well, and their focus was less on Harvick. Their focus was more on just giving the audience laughs, but they did get their jabs in at Harvick when they could.

As far as the one who roasted Kevin Harvick the most, both his wife and Tony Stewart have probably the most brutal comments. Harvick also gets the chance to roast the audience with a speech afterward. He does not hold back, to say the least.

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HikaritheGreat says that NASCAR should do more of this.

rhys3089 says that he has watched this multiple times.

This is one of the most interesting pieces of NASCAR YouTube. There is a reason NASCAR does not do this much, and that is because it is not exactly family-friendly. Then again, it is an interesting piece of NASCAR history.

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