Harvick wheels the No. 62 entry at North Wilkesboro. (HHP/Harold Hinson)

Kevin Harvick Inc. Returns To Full-Time Late Model Competition

On Tuesday, Kevin Harvick Inc. announced its intent to return to full-time competition in both late model stock and super late model divisions. 

They also announced their driver lineup for 2024. 

Brent Crews will wheel the No. 29 Toyota Camry for KHI in the CARS Tour late model stock car class and compete for the title. Last year, the 15-year-old became the youngest Trans-Am TA2 Series champion in history. 

Notably, team owner Kevin Harvick is also co-owner of the CARS Tour, along with Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jeff Burton and Justin Marks. The group took charge of the Southeast touring late model series ahead of the 2023 season. 

Meanwhile, a mixture of veteran and rising talent will share driving duties for the No. 62 late model stock and No. 29 super late model entries. 

NASCAR drivers Josh Berry and Layne Riggs, along with up-and-comers William Sawalich and Landen Lewis, are on the list for the No. 62. Meanwhile, Cup Series regular Ryan Preece, Berry, Sawalich and Lewis are in the lineup for the No. 29.

“With KHI Management representing drivers with all levels of experience, it felt like a good opportunity to jump back into full-time competition,” said Harvick, who recently retired from the Cup Series at the end of the 2023 season. “We love to compete and it brings all aspects of our businesses together on the track.”