Take a look at the photo featuring the 4Ever patch
Kevin Harvick is set to enter his 23rd season in the NASCAR Cup Series. Could it be his last?
Harvick is in a contract year with Stewart-Haas Racing. Without a renewal, Harvick would be a free-agent, or retired following the 2023 season.
Machines driven by Kevin Harvick and Ryan Preece will feature Hunt Brothers Pizza schemes in the 2023 season. The two Stewart-Haas Racing drivers sat down this week to cut promo videos together.
KHI Management shared a photo from the video shoot. The company is owned by Kevin Harvick.
Fans took to examining the photo with their devices on zoom. Many fans have pointed out that Harvick has a “4Ever” patch on his 2023 racing suit.
The post in question has since been removed from social media.
Fans have speculated that the patch is related to a retirement tour for Harvick. However, as long as we’re floating in speculation land, it could mean that he’s racing “for ever.”
Yet, for context, when the driver of the No. 24 retired, Jeff Gordon had merchandise printed with a “24Ever” logo.
Harvick previously discussed a possible retirement
Harvick has addressed a possible retirement. A few months ago, he stated that he would know before Daytona if 2023 is his final season.
The Daytona Duels take place on February 16th. The Daytona 500 takes place on January 19th.
In 790 races, Harvick has won 60 races. He claimed the 2014 NASCAR Cup Series championship.
Recently, Harvick tested an asphalt late model and teased the idea of going late model racing. And just a few days ago, Harvick purchased the CARS Tour along with Dale Earnhardt Jr, Jeff Burton and Justin Marks.
Take a look at the 4Ever patch in the photo below. It’s located on the left chest just above the Hunter Brothers Pizza logo.