Originally written on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 5/28/13

DAVIDSON, NC - OCTOBER 14: NASCAR driver Kevin Harvick is locked up for charity at the NASCAR Second Annual Jail & Bail held at Brickhouse Tavern October 14, 2009 in Davidson, North Carolina. Funds raised during the event will go to The NASCAR Foundation and Brienne Davis Scholarship Fund. (Photo by Jason Smith/Getty Images)
Oh yes, I went there. Someone had to ask Kevin Harvick if he had any regrets about leaving Richard Childress Racing at the end of the NASCAR season. And there was no better time than Sunday night after "Happy" scored the Coca-Cola 600 victory, his second Sprint Cup win in the past four races. Harvick has agreed to drive for Stewart-Haas Racing in 2014. It's easy to understand his frustration with RCR and why the prospect of driving for his buddy Tony Stewart would be appealing. How many times has Harvick been the runner-up in NASCAR's Chase for the Sprint Cup? In 13 seasons, Harvick has been in the hunt for the championship four times, most recently in 2011, when he entered the Chase at the top of the standings and remained there through the first of 10 races. That's when the Stewart quest to a third championship began -- and succeeded. Perhaps that was the catalyst for Harvick's move after 12 Cup seasons with a team owner who rescued him from obscurity. But based on Stewart-Ha...
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