Kevin Harvick looks back at the Brad Keselowski and Jeff Gordon scandals in 2014 with regret

The 2023 NASCAR Cup Series season will be Kevin Harvick’s last as he recently announced that he will be retiring from sports at the end of the season.

During his 22-year career, Harvick has achieved a number of important milestones and earned respect for his composure and forthright demeanor, but he was not always the same as he was made a mistake in the past in the heat of the moment but now. regret.

Kevin Harvic participated in several battles during his career. Back in his 2014 championship season, Brad Keselowski and Jeff Gordon engaged in brawls both on and off the track in a knockout race at Texas Motor Speedway. Now, Harvick has explained why he got in and shoved Keselowski for no reason.

During a recent appearance on “Stacking Pennies with Corey LaJoie,” Ford driver #4 opened up about the incident and called it his most embarrassing moment.

Harvick says:

“I know what I was thinking when I pushed him into the fight and then it caused chaos. For me, my mind was ‘Gosh, we don’t win tonight. We need chaos.’ ‘”

“We finally made it to Homestead. We needed the story to go somewhere other than us and not cause controversy. It did exactly what I wanted, but it wasn’t the best thing for my child. you find on YouTube, start the fight.”

“I realized I was just a part of this process” – Kevin Harvick’s character changed after that incident

Moreover, in the episode “Putting Pennie up with Corey LaJoie,” Kevin Harvick also made many other interesting comments. Another interesting moment in the conversation was when the Stewart-Haas Racing driver explained how he has changed over the years. He has been candid about the friction between himself and other members of his former Richard Childress racing team.

Harvick says:

“From that moment, I realized that I was just part of the process. I can’t just be an asshole walking in and saying, ‘You’re stupid, our car sucks.’ Just screaming and shouting, this and that. That won’t solve anything.”

This change brought Kevin Harvick closer to the career of NASCAR’s Hall of Fame. He’s already scored 60 Cup wins, won the title in 2014 and is just a few starts away from surpassing the 800-time mark in the Cup race.

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