Originally written on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 9/26/14

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)
I am sure race fans know by now that this is the last year that Kevin Harvick will be driving for Richard Childress Racing. They came out so strong at Daytona International Speedway for the season-opener and had their superspeedway program working so well. Unfortunately, following Daytona they really haven't been the weekly factor that we had anticipated. In Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Martinsville Speedway, they had moments where that No. 29 was good, but it was never great. It may be simply a case like with Tony Stewart and Jeff Gordon, where Kevin and his crowd are still just off a little bit on this new downforce component that the new Gen-6 car is offering. That might be what is keeping Kevin from being totally comfortable and as fast as he needs to be. Now when you look at Kevin's teammate Paul Menard, he and his team seem to have a combination that is working pretty well. Even though Paul didn't have the kind of Martinsville he wanted, he's still in the top 10 in po...
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