Busch on Twitter: 'I found the love of my life' Kurt Busch is getting married. The Stewart-Haas Racing driver made that announcement in a Twitter post Wednesday evening, with fiancée Ashley Van Metre sporting her new engagement ring. I found the love of my life, and she said yes. pic.twitter.com/6Ni25ygRtB — Kurt Busch (@KurtBusch) August 27, 2015 Van Metre, 24, is a renowned polo player. The two began dating in November, according to motorsport.com , and became public in February when Van Metre was at Daytona Speedweeks. Busch is in the midst of one of his best seasons in years. He's clinched a spot in the 2015 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup by virtue of his two victories; he also has eight top-five finishes and 13 top 10s in 21 starts. SHR co-owner Tony Stewart said the team hoped to "soon" finalize a new contract with the 37-year-old driver.
Almost two full years after the rule was amended, NASCAR drivers are still voicing concerns about the policing of restarts during races. The subject came up during the Sprint Cup Series' pre-race drivers' meeting Saturday at Bristol Motor Speedway , three days after Ryan Blaney was penalized for jumping the restart during the Aug. 19 Camping World Truck Series race at BMS. Prior to the beginning of the Chase for the Sprint Cup in 2013, NASCAR eliminated the rule that stated the second-place car could not cross the start/finish line before the race leader on a restart. However, the race leader is still the "control car," meaning the second-place car can't take off before the leader in the restart zone located before the start/finish line. "We wanted to really put it in the driver's hands where the leader starts the race," Steve O'Donnell, Executive Vice President and Chief Racing Development Officer, told NASCAR.com Monday. "The second-place car in this case, if we don't believe they've jumped the restart, can beat the leader to the start/finish line. "Obviously, some questions have come up. We've reviewed each of the calls we've made and feel confident based on the technology we've used to make those calls that they were the right calls. But anytime there's dialogue with the industry, we'll continue to monitor that. If we don't have to change it, we'd like to keep it consistent throughout the year, but we always review each and every call for each race." RELATED: Restarts a hot topic at Bristol drivers' meeting In the NCWTS event, Blaney was penalized for jumping the start on Lap 38. Although he was the race leader, officials ruled Blaney re-started before he was in the restart zone. The subsequent pass-through penalty put the Brad Keselowski Racing driver one lap down. Blaney managed to bounce back from the penalty, however, and won the race. "I had to kind of compose myself there," crew chief Chad Kendrick admitted afterward. "I was trying to tell (Ryan) on the radio, 'Don't worry about it, alright, it's done, over.' I was pretty upset about the call." Blaney said Cole Custer , running second and lined up to his inside on the restart, "didn't maintain caution car speed at all. "As soon as the caution car pulled off, he stopped pretty much," said Blaney. "And I maintained (my) speed. He was going to try to get a run, just like everyone tries to do, which is what you have to do on the bottom if you want to have a shot at it. And I wasn't going to give him that run; I wasn't going to let him start creeping forward. So I went as soon as I got to the mark, maybe a half a car length early. It made it look worse than it was with him being so slow for sure. "But I'm pretty sure you have to have a warning. From every restart I've seen with people maybe going a little bit early I've seen 'em get a warning. That honestly shocked me when they black-flagged us with no warning. When it wasn't five car lengths before the line or anything, when it was something really small like that, it kind of surprised me. Luckily it worked out for us." Two Sprint Cup teams have been penalized this season for either jumping the start or passing before crossing the start/finish line on a restart. Two penalties have also been handed down in the XFINITY Series for similar infractions while the penalty has been called seven times in the NCWTS. MORE: Herman Unplugged: Talking restarts, quiet Harvick Joey Logano , winner of Saturday night's Irwin Tools Night Race at BMS, said he had spent "a lot of time" with officials recently, "trying to understand what I can and can't do ... understand where their head is at and what they're thinking when you look at a restart." "You've got to understand the rules," the Team Penske driver said. If it Ain't Broke ... NASCAR XFINITY Series teams competing this weekend at Road America will run the same tire code used at the road course since 2013. The tire was previously used this season at Watkins Glen and Mid-Ohio. Wet weather tires will also be available should conditions require their use, which was the case during last year's event. Likewise, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series teams will run the same tire code used since '13 for the series' stop at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park . The tire has previously been run on the right side at Martinsville in '13 and '14. MORE: Complete schedule for Road America and Canada Testing, 1-2-3 NASCAR Sprint Cup teams wrap up their 12th open test of the season Wednesday at Homestead-Miami Speedway . According to HMS officials, 10 teams are set to take part in the test -- Joey Logano ( Team Penske ), Dale Earnhardt Jr . ( Hendrick Motorsports ), Kyle Larson ( Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates), Kevin Harvick ( Stewart-Haas Racing ), Clint Bowyer ( Michael Waltrip Racing ), Martin Truex Jr . ( Furniture Row Racing ), Trevor Bayne ( Roush Fenway Racing ), Ty Dillon ( Richard Childress Racing ), Denny Hamlin ( Joe Gibbs Racing ) and Ryan Blaney ( Wood Brothers Racing ). Dillon, Larson, Bayne and Bowyer were slated to take part in a two-day Goodyear tire test at the 1.5-mile track, site of the season-ending race, on Monday and Tuesday. Three tests are scheduled for remainder of year, at Kansas (Sept. 14-16), Phoenix (Oct. 12-14) and Auto Club Speedway (Oct. 27-29).
RELATED: Homestead-Miami hosting Goodyear tire test HOMESTEAD, Fla. – Waiting out a morning shower in the Homestead-Miami Speedway garage on Wednesday, reigning NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Kevin Harvick was dressed casually but clearly at work, talking with his Stewart-Haas Racing crew as they hovered over laptop computers and gestured toward his plain gray No. 4 Chevrolet SS. The last time this group was at this track, they were getting showered in champagne, not rain, celebrating Harvick's 2014 Sprint Cup Series championship title, thanks to a victory in the season finale here. But it was all business for Harvick Wednesday as he and nine other drivers came to the 1.5-mile track for a one-day open test for Sprint Cup teams, attended by three of last year's four championship contenders, also including last week's winner Joey Logano ( Team Penske ) and Denny Hamlin ( Joe Gibbs Racing ). RELATED: Anheuser-Busch to change look of SHR's No. 4 car in 2016 "You know, I actually hadn't even thought about it to tell you the truth," a smiling Harvick said of his first time back at Homestead since his title-winning performance last November. "I know that doesn't make for a great story, but no one [on the team] has even mentioned it. Everything happens so fast in this sport from a week-to-week basis and you get so caught up in what you need to do the next week. "We're always trying to look forward so I really hadn't thought about everything that happened last year. We're so focused on being in position, to hopefully have a chance to do that again and get back here." Harvick's primary championship challengers were of similar mindset. And like all of the 10 drivers here -- also including Dale Earnhardt Jr ., Kyle Larson , Martin Truex Jr ., Ty Dillon , Ryan Blaney , Clint Bowyer and Trevor Bayne -- the lone opportunity to turn some extra test laps at Homestead is something not to be missed, even if track time boiled down to a couple late morning hours before heavier rains interrupted the schedule. With the elimination-style format of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup playoffs heading into its second year, the importance of the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway has increased exponentially. When the Sprint Cup Series arrives in South Florida in three months, four drivers will be eligible for the title – the highest finisher in this race will be crowned champion. Last year, Harvick won the race and therefore, the season trophy. Logano, who collected his third win in the No. 22 Team Penske Ford last weekend at Bristol, also spoke about the emphasis teams now place specifically on being prepared for Homestead. MORE: Logano victorious in Bristol night race "Hopefully this test is very important for us," Logano said with a slight laugh. "You hope it is [because that means you're in the championship hunt.] Just getting to here (season finale) is a challenge. "If we do, then this test today will be the most important test of the year. So we definitely want to put a lot into it and make sure we get a lot out of it and really understand what we learned out of it." Logano's three wins would rank him right behind the season's four-time winners Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Busch for the start of the Chase on Sept. 20 at Chicagoland Speedway and like Harvick, Logano believes his team is right where it needs to be at this point in the season. "Right now, we're peaking at the right spot, and getting a couple wins in the last three weeks is what we need to do heading into the Chase," said Logano, who finished 16th in the 2014 Homestead race. "Winning the Bristol night race last year kind of propelled us into the Chase, I thought, and gave us good momentum into the Chase. Getting all the way to here [Homestead] was a heck of an accomplishment. And we just need to focus on what we need to do. I feel like as a team we learned a lot in terms of how to execute a championship weekend." RELATED: Harvick scores another runner-up finish It looks like everyone will have to raise their game to dethrone Harvick, however, who has a pair of wins and a series-best 17 top-five finishes highlighted by 10 runner-up showings already this season. "We've struck a pretty good course in terms of being able to have a plan in place for the Chase, and everyone has done a good job in terms of being prepared when it comes time for Chicago," Harvick said. "We've been ready every week. We've just got to keep doing those things. ... No different than last year when we made it happen when it counted." WATCH: Harvick chases Logano in the closing laps at Bristol
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Anheuser-Busch confirmed Tuesday that it will be shifting its brand on reigning Sprint Cup Champion Kevin Harvick 's No. 4 Chevy from Budweiser to Busch for the 2016 season. "NASCAR continues to be a priority platform for our beer portfolio," said Lucas Herscovici, vice president of consumer connections at Anheuser-Busch. "We are committed to the sport of racing , the fans and the Stewart-Haas Racing team we support -- specifically the No. 4 car of Kevin Harvick . "To that point, and given we evaluate all of our sports properties on an annual basis, we will be shifting our brand equity in Harvick's car and team from Budweiser to our Busch beer portfolio for the 2016 NASCAR season. "The Busch brand is well positioned for this partnership given the brand's storied history with the sport. We have a lot of exciting plans in development with SHR for 2016 and will share those details once finalized." Harvick's Stewart-Haas Racing team similarly celebrated the decision to bring one of the sport's iconic brands back to the spotlight. "Anheuser-Busch and specifically the Budweiser team has been a valuable team partner for the No. 4 car driven by Kevin Harvick ," SHR Executive Vice President Brett Frood said. "We've had tremendous successes with their logo donning our car and look for that to continue as we close out the 2015 racing season. With that said, we are excited to celebrate the Busch brand not only returning to NASCAR, but returning to the sport on our team." Busch beer was the longtime sponsor (1984-2007) of what is now called the XFINITY Series.
RELATED: Drivers react to Wilson's death NASCAR drivers, teams and others within the industry responded with care and concern Sunday after IndyCar driver Justin Wilson was critically injured in a crash during the ABC Supply 500 at Pocono Raceway . Officials with Stewart-Haas Racing confirmed Monday that three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Tony Stewart provided his private plane and pilots to the Wilson family to allow members to travel from Indianapolis to the hospital in Allentown, Pennsylvania, where Wilson had been transported. Wilson died late Monday at age 37 from a head injury, according to The Associated Press. It's not the first time Stewart, 44, has reached out to help those in need. But similar to previous instances, Stewart provided the assistance privately. That didn't keep others from taking to social media to note his generosity. IndyCar driver Graham Rahal, second in points, took to Twitter to thank Stewart, co-owner and driver at SHR, for the gesture, writing "You're a hell of a man for donating your plane for JWs family. Hats off to you, you're a very generous human being!” Beccy Hunter-Reay, wife of former IndyCar champ and 2014 Indianapolis 500 winner Ryan Hunter-Reay also cited Stewart's generosity, tweeting "words can't describe how thankful the @IndyCar community is for your generosity in helping JWs family." Wilson was injured when he appeared to be struck in the head by debris from a late-race crash involving Sage Karam in the first turn at the 2.5-mile track. The Andretti Autosport driver's car then veered left off the racing surface where it bounced off the inside wall. Emergency workers were quickly on the scene, and Wilson was transported by helicopter to a nearby hospital. Jamie McMurray , who drives for team owner Chip Ganassi in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, tweeted: "Praying for @justin_wilson. He is one of the nicest guys I have ever met. Amazing driver as well." Ganassi is a longtime IndyCar team owner, and Karam was one of four Ganassi drivers competing in Sunday's event. Kurt Busch , the 2004 Sprint Cup champion, also took to Twitter to say "Praying hard for @justin_wilson. Thinking of his family and everyone at @FollowAndetti & @IndyCar." Busch competed in the Indianapolis 500 in 2014 for Andretti Autosport, finishing sixth in his open-wheel debut. Wilson was part of the winning team for the Rolex 24 At Daytona in 2012 with fellow drivers AJ Allmendinger , Oswaldo Negri Jr. and John Pew while competing for Michael Shank Racing . He had 17 career starts in GRAND-AM/ALMS/IMSA events.
Organization earns second NASCAR premier series title Kevin Harvick, driver of the No. 4 Budweiser/Jimmy John's Chevrolet SS for Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR), won his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship tonight at Homestead-Miami Speedway . It is Harvick's first Sprint Cup championship and the second for SHR since its inception in 2009. SHR won the 2011 Sprint Cup title with driver-owner Tony Stewart . The following are some anecdotes regarding the 2014 Sprint Cup Series Champions. · This is Kevin Harvick 's eighth driving title in his 33 years of racing . His other titles are: -- 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship -- 2006 NASCAR Nationwide Series Championship -- 2002 IROC Series Championship -- 2001 NASCAR Nationwide Series Championship -- 1998 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Championship -- 1993 Late Model Track Championship at Mesa Marin Raceway in Bakersfield, California -- 1987 World Karting Association National Championship -- 1985 World Karting Association National Championship · This is Rodney Childers first championship as a crew chief in NASCAR. · This is the second Sprint Cup championship as a car owner for team co-owners Stewart and Gene Haas. -- 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship with the No. 4 team of Harvick -- 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship with the No. 14 team of Stewart · This is Stewart's 21st overall championship as a car owner. -- Two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championships: -- 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship with Harvick -- 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship via himself -- Five World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Championships: -- 2014 World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Championship with Donny Schatz -- 2012 World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Championship with Schatz -- 2009 World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Championship with Schatz -- 2008 World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Championship with Schatz -- 2001 World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Championship with Danny Lasoski -- Fourteen USAC Championships: -- 2013 USAC Sprint Car Championship with Bryan Clauson -- 2013 USAC Silver Crown Championship with Bobby East -- 2011 USAC Sprint Car Championship with Levi Jones -- 2011 USAC Silver Crown Championship with Jones -- 2010 USAC Sprint Car Championship with Jones -- 2010 USAC Silver Crown Championship with Jones -- 2008 USAC Sprint Car Championship with Jones -- 2007 USAC Sprint Car Championship with Jones -- 2006 USAC Sprint Car Championship with Josh Wise -- 2005 USAC Silver Crown Championship with J.J. Yeley (Stewart co-owned team with Bob East) -- 2004 USAC Silver Crown Championship with Yeley (Stewart co-owned team with Bob East) -- 2003 USAC Sprint Car Championship with Yeley -- 2003 USAC Silver Crown Championship with Yeley (Stewart co-owned team with Bob East) -- 2002 USAC Silver Crown Championship with Yeley (Stewart co-owned team with Bob East) Anecdotes: · Harvick joins Bobby Labonte and Brad Keselowski as the only drivers to earn both a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship and a NASCAR Nationwide Series championship. Harvick is a two-time Nationwide Series champion (2001 and 2006). · Harvick is only the third Sprint Cup driver since 2000 to lead more than 2,000 laps in a single season. Harvick led 2,137 laps in 2014. Jimmie Johnson led 2,238 laps in 2009 and Jeff Gordon led 2,320 laps in 2001. Both Johnson and Gordon went on to win the championship in those years. · Harvick led a lap in 27 of the 36 Sprint Cup races in 2014. His longest streak of consecutive races with at least one lap led was nine, beginning Aug. 23 at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway and continuing through the Oct. 19 race at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway. His longest stretch of races without a single lap led was three, starting June 28 at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta lasting through July 13 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon. · The most laps Harvick led in a single Sprint Cup season prior to 2014 was 895 laps in 2006. · In nine seasons prior to 2014, teams led by crew chief Rodney Childers led a total of 879 laps. Among the seven drivers Childers worked with during this span, Mark Martin was the leader with 295 laps led during the 2012 and 2013 seasons. · Of the 24 track qualifying records set during the 2014 Sprint Cup season, Harvick accounted for six of them. No other driver had more than four. -- April 5 at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth (Round 1: 27.234 seconds at 198.282 mph) -- May 9 at Kansas Speedway in Kansas Speedway (Round 2: 27.741 seconds at 194.658 mph) -- June 13 at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn (Round 3: 35.198 seconds at 204.557 mph) --This was the fastest pole-winning speed since April 1987 when Bill Elliott set the all-time Sprint Cup qualifying record of 212.809 mph at Talladega Superspeedway . -- July 26 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Round 1: 47.753 seconds at 188.470 mph) -- Aug. 22 at Bristol Motor Speedway (Round 2: 14.607 seconds at 131.362 mph) -- Oct. 3 at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City (Round 2: 27.304 seconds at 197.773 mph) · Harvick won a career-high eight poles in 2014. In his previous 13 years as a Sprint Cup driver, Harvick won a total of six poles. -- April 11 at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway -- May 9 at Kansas Speedway -- June 13 at Michigan International Speedway -- July 26 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway -- Aug. 22 at Bristol Motor Speedway -- Aug. 29 at Atlanta Motor Speedway -- Sept. 26 at Dover (Del.) International Speedway -- Oct. 3 at Kansas Speedway · Harvick finished among the top-five in the Sprint Cup championship standings six times prior to 2014. His previous career-high point finish was third, which he did three times (2010, 2011 and 2013). · Harvick finished 25 of 36 Sprint Cup Series races with a driver rating better than 100.0, including four races with a driver rating better than 140.0. Harvick scored his only perfect driver rating (150.0) Nov. 9 at Phoenix International Raceway where he led three times for a race-high 264 laps en route to the victory. · Harvick ended the 2014 season as the leader in the following loop data categories: -- Driver Rating: 110.5 -- Fastest Early in Run: 4.710 -- Fastest Laps Run: 1,233 -- Fastest Green Flag Speed: 4.387 -- Most Laps Led: 2,137 -- Mileage Leader: 2,716.86 · Harvick's championship is the 30th driver title for Team Chevy in the Sprint Cup Series. MORE: READ: Latest NASCAR news WATCH: Latest NASCAR video PLAY: NASCAR Fantasy Live FOLLOW LIVE: Get RaceView
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Team says Texas, Phoenix present opportunities to keep title hopes alive RELATED: Follow your picks in the Chase Battle Grid Presented by Toyota Kevin Harvick 's stumble out of the gates in the Eliminator Round of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup last weekend at Martinsville Speedway has left him with two races to put his name in the championship-eligible field of four. The mathematical route of accumulating points is a formidable one, but a victory at either Texas or Phoenix in the next two weeks would cure all of Harvick's ills. And if numerology has any hand in providing an assist, Harvick will be making his milestone 500th start in NASCAR's premier series in Sunday's AAA Texas 500 (3 p.m. ET, ESPN). For his Stewart-Haas Racing support system, there are no misgivings that their lone remaining title hopeful can come through in the clutch. "Absolutely not. There's definitely no doubt," said Tony Stewart , Harvick's stablemate and team co-owner. "You look how fast he was at Texas in the spring. I think we feel good going to Texas, and Phoenix is one of his favorite tracks. There's nobody I'd put money on in a two-race deal more than him." Mid-race contact from championship rival Matt Kenseth left Harvick 43 laps off the pace in 33rd position after last Sunday's race, shuffling him to last among the eight drivers still in title contention. The 33-point deficit to new series leader Jeff Gordon isn't impossible to overcome, but Harvick would need some misfortune to visit some of the Chase competition to advance by points. The other way to lock into the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship under this year's new format isn't easy but is less complex -- win one of the next two. It's been done before, even in the new playoff system's infancy, with Brad Keselowski 's Talladega victory to avoid elimination taking on the equivalent of a walk-off homer or a buzzer-beater. Conventional wisdom might say, "don't drive angry," but SHR competition director Greg Zipadelli expects Harvick to convert last Sunday's setback into motivation going forward. "Obviously, he's frustrated but he seems to do well when his back is against the wall and I think he wants it," Zipadelli said. "Nobody is going to give you it. Racing for years, you gotta go earn it, you gotta race it and some days things stack against you and you've got to go see what you're made of. We'll go to the next couple of races and see what we've got. I believe in our people, I believe in our equipment, so we've just got to do it." A large part of the optimism stems from Harvick's recent performance at both tracks, starting this weekend with Texas Motor Speedway . Though Harvick finished 42nd at the Fort Worth track in April after suffering engine failure just 28 laps in, he was third-fastest in final practice and third-best in Coors Light Pole Qualifying before his No. 4 Chevrolet broke down. Harvick's prospects are even more encouraging at Phoenix International Raceway, where the Eliminator Round finale will cut the remaining Chase field in half to determine its final four. Harvick has won three of the last four Sprint Cup races at the mile track in the Arizona desert, including a dominating victory there in March, when he led 224 of 312 laps in just his second start with the Stewart-Haas operation. While last weekend's dust-up with Kenseth made the road ahead more difficult, Rodney Childers -- Harvick's crew chief -- maintains there's no panic in the team's game plan. "We're ready to go," Childers said. "Our Texas and Phoenix cars are already ready, and our Homestead cars are going there to test. There's nothing we need to change or do differently. We've just got to go win a race." MORE: READ: Latest Chase news PLAY: Monitor your Chase Grid Game picks WATCH: Latest NASCAR video FOLLOW LIVE: Get RaceView FULL CHASE COVERAGE • Chase hub page • Chase Grid games • #MyChaseNation
KANNAPOLIS, N.C. -- With Danica Patrick back in the Stewart-Haas Racing fold for 2016 and beyond, the team alignment for the four-driver NASCAR Sprint Cup Series campaign is less of a "glass half full" proposition and more like three-quarters full after Tuesday's announcement. The remaining piece to the SHR puzzle is also its most recent addition -- Kurt Busch , who moved over to drive the No. 41 Chevrolet in 2014. Team co-owner Tony Stewart summed up the timing of potentially re-signing the 37-year-old driver in one word: "Soon." Stewart's Tuesday morning comments backed up remarks by Gene Haas, the team's co-owner, in recent weeks, stating that a contract extension with the former Sprint Cup champion was nearing completion. "I think we're getting close on that as well," Stewart said after Patrick's No. 10 Nature's Bakery Chevrolet was unveiled at the SHR shop. "Like I said, the great thing is it's seamless transitions at this point, so if we can finish up a couple details then we'll be able to focus on making these race cars good for the Chase again." Busch and Stewart-Haas teammate Kevin Harvick are among those drivers who have already clinched a return trip to the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup playoffs. Harvick, the defending Sprint Cup champion, and Busch, who was crowned in 2004, are each two-time winners this season. Busch missed the first three races of the season because of a NASCAR-mandated suspension related to an investigation of domestic violence. After the absence, Busch has built upon his chemistry with veteran crew chief Tony Gibson, rallying to eighth place in the Sprint Cup driver standings with wins at Richmond and Michigan this year. Busch qualified for the Chase last season with a victory at Martinsville Speedway in just his sixth start for the team. He was eliminated from the 16-driver Chase field in the opening three-race round.