Kevin Harvick has had a year to forget until now and it seems his latest race at Michigan International Speedway will be the same.
The Stewart-Haas Racing driver is having a very strange season after a successful 2020 season. While he failed to get to the Championship 4 race last season, he finished as the regular-season champion and in total won nine races. It is the highest number of wins for any driver in a single season since 2008.
However, this season, Harvick finds himself without a win with just one race to go in the regular season. And his run at Michigan is not going great either. Harvick made this clear while racing.
Kevin Harvick from 18th: “Lack of stability. Driving like shit.” #NASCAR
— Kelly Crandall (@KellyCrandall) August 22, 2021
This has been Harvick’s 2021 season in a nutshell. Not only he doesn’t have any wins, but he also is not performing with consistency. In the races so far, he has only had six top-five finishes and finds himself in the 15th in the standings.
From having one of the best seasons of his career, Harvick is having the worst one this season. And if his form doesn’t improve, he will not make it very far in the playoffs.