NASCAR Driver Kevin Harvick Wins Carneros 200 in #4 FIELDS Ford

In Press Room

Congratulations to Kevin Harvick, who won the Carneros 200 in Sonoma, CA on June 24 while driving the #4 FIELDS Ford. The race was an exciting one as Kevin fought hard to hold off Will Rodgers, who was recently named Sunoco Rookie of the Year. Saturday’s race was just the start for Kevin, however, because he went on to win the Toyota Save Mart 350 on Sunday, too, as part of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, making it a clean sweep for the weekend!

FIELDS’ relationship with Kevin began when the company constructed the first field for the Kevin Harvick Foundation in Greensboro, NC, an initiative that everyone at the company is very proud to be a part of. The relationship has continued on to several more fields. Kevin and his wife, DeLana, started the foundation to support programs that positively enrich the lives of children throughout the United States.

“To be able to see Kevin win the Carneros 200 in the FIELDS Ford was incredible,” says Brian Storm, President and CEO of Sports Fields Inc. Storm continues, “Kevin’s an amazing driver who’s using his position to do so much for children. He and DeLana are passionate about helping kids that are less fortunate in hopes of making a difference in their lives. We’re really proud to support Kevin and his team.”

The Kevin Harvick Foundation regularly partners with the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation to help children in distressed areas across the United States through the construction of athletic fields and other facilities. The Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation’s initiatives have impacted over 1.2 million youth to date.

FIELDS is Kevin’s primary car sponsor for both the NASCAR K&N Series West Carneros 200 and the NASCAR Xfinity Series Zippo 200 in Watkins Glen, NY on August 5, 2017. The Carneros 200 will be replayed on NBC Sports at 11 PM EST on Thursday, June 29th.

 

Kevin walking to the track

During the Carneros 200

Kevin celebrating his win in Victory Lane

Kevin with Sports Fields Inc President & CEO Brian Storm

All images courtesy of HHP/Harold Hinson

Laura ReindelNASCAR Driver Kevin Harvick Wins Carneros 200 in #4 FIELDS Ford