Kevin Harvick had a resurgent season, which saw him win two races in the NASCAR Cup Series regular season, but then Harvick was left seething after his No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing caught fire at Darlington Raceway, the opening race of the 2022 Playoffs.
Following a 10th-place finish at Bristol Motor Speedway on Saturday, which signaled his exit from the Playoffs, Harvick has decided to release a shirt as a jab at NASCAR and their Next Gen car.
The shirt has his nickname “Happy” in flames. The shirt reads: “Happy’s Crappy-Ass Parts 4 Less.”
Following his exit from the race at Darlington, Harvick lashed out at NASCAR for the Next Gen car.
“I’m sure it’s just the crappy parts on the race car, like we’ve seen so many times,” Harvick stated in his interview on USA Network. “We haven’t fixed anything. It’s kind of like the safety stuff, we just let it keep going and keep going.”
The T-shirts are now available on Harvick’s eStore, Happy’s E-Shop for $20.
Pre-orders for the shirt will be accepted until October 3, 2022 and the ETA for shipping of the shirts will be the week of October 17, 2022.