Kevin Harvick and Rodney Childers kickoff Champion's Week in Las Vegas.
Rodney Childers' leap of faith lands his first Sprint Cup Championship.
After 14 seasons, Harvick finally adds Sprint Cup title to his resume.
Kevin Harvick was confident and relaxed in Wednesday's championship press conference, but was also prepared to poke fun at one of his rivals.
Haas Automation driver secures 11th top-10 finish of 2014.
Kevin Harvick leads the Chasers with best record in the desert.
Stewart Haas Racing shakes up the No. 10 and 41 crews with eye on 2015.
With a win at Charlotte, the No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing team can run for broke at Talladega.
Team owner Gene Haas gives Motorsport.com the answer.
Harvick posts new track record of 197.773 mph in qualifying.
The team is running better than it ever has.
Patrick will renew the pink livery on her No. 10 GoDaddy Chevrolet at Martinsville Speedway.
Kurt Busch goes behind the lens
Steady gains add to Patrick's progress.
Stewart-Haas Racing swaps Nos. 4 and 14 pit crews effective immediately.
While it was not the result that Stewart wanted, his return proved cathartic for friends and fans.
Three-time Sprint Cup champion seeks solace inside of his race car
Tony Stewart talked about the accident’s profound effect on his life.
Stewart returns to the race track for the first time since the fatal sprint car accident at Canandaigua.