Kevin Harvick recently announced that he will be retiring from full-time racing at the end of this upcoming Cup Series season.
Harvick, the 2014 Cup Series champion, has 60 race victories and 13 successive playoff appearances to his name.
The 46-y-o announced his decision Thursday, saying he won’t compete in Cup again after this year.
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His contract with Stewart-Haas Racing ends after this season and he wanted to make a decision on his future before the start of the year.
According to Motorsport, Kevin Harvick is expected to join the FOX NASCAR Sports booth for the 2024 season and beyond following announcing his retirement from racing this week.
Motorsport journalist Jim Utter said Harvick is expected to fill the third position in the FOX Sports booth for the 2024 season with Mike Joy and ex-teammate Clint Bowyer.
The 2014 champion would be no stranger to the broadcasting booth, he spent time in the FOX Sports booth during the network’s portion of the NASCAR Xfinity Series season.
— Kevin Harvick (@KevinHarvick) January 12, 2023
A spokesperson for Fox Sports said this week that the network has nothing to announce at the moment.