NASCAR Xfinity: Harmon Behind the Wheel at Richmond

Friday’s NASCAR Xfinity race marks Mike Harmon’s return to the driver’s seat after taking a week off. During last week’s race, Team Harmon’s charge was led by team member Cody Wade.

To Harmon, Richmond Raceway VA is the ideal location. “I always look forward to racing and especially the short tracks and Richmond is my favorite one that xfinity runs on,” Harmon said coming into the day’s qualifying process.

Among sponsors for Team Harmon during this leg of the series are Horizon Transport, Quarter Panel, Heroes Media Group, Hanro Engraving, and primary sponsor Shadow Warriors Project.

After qualifying, Harmon is slated to begin in position 40 when the race kicks off at 4 PM Mountain Standard

NASCAR Xfinity: Ware to Race for Team Harmon at Bristol

This week, Team Harmon and NASCAR Xfinity will be taking us to Bristol, Tennessee for the next race in the 2018 series. Shaking up the lineup this week with a change in drivers as Cody Ware takes the reins from Harmon for the week piloting the #74 Dodge Challenger which has qualified in position 39 to start off the race.

Among confirmed sponsors for this race are Horizon Transport, Heroes Media Group, Hanro Studios, Troptions and Koolbox.

The 22-year-old Cody Ware has been a member of Mike Harmon Racing’s NASCAR Xfinity team since 2017, this will be his third Xfinity series race to date. While Ware has been an Xfinity driver for Harmon’s team since 2017,

Mike Harmon Racing Announces Latest NASCAR Xfinity Partnership

Although NASCAR Xfinity is on a break this weekend, Mike Harmon Racing is never off the clock. This week the truck is out in full force and with some exciting news as Team Harmon announces yet another new sponsorship for the 2018 series.

According to sources with Mike Harmon Racing, the team is excited to welcome Horizon Transport to their family of NASCAR sponsors. The RV transport company, operating out of Wakarusa, Indiana is among the largest RV transporters in North America. The American owned and operated company prides itself on a commitment to “integrity, dedication and excellence,” and believe the key to success in their industry is a healthy working environment for their drivers in order to better serve

18 Years, 250 Races: Detailing Mike Harmon’s NASCAR Career

NASCAR Veteran Mike Harmon has seen 18 years of NASCAR Xfinity. That’s 18 years of qualifications, 18 years of practice and traveling across the nation to take his place in the lineup at the start of each Saturday race. Those 18 years have added up to 250 races this Saturday. For Harmon, the time seems to have flown by almost as fast as the cars on a track come race day. “I did not even realize it until it was brought to my attention,” Harmon said when asked to reflect on his career. While it may feel like a blur to Harmon, every story begins somewhere and for him, that means going back to the very beginning.

Before racing

Harmon to Take Part in 250th NASCAR Race Saturday

This Saturday marks a major milestone for Mike Harmon and his racing team. As the starting flag waves at Auto Club Speedway in San Bernadino County, California Harmon will take his 250th start in a NASCAR Xfinity race.

For the last 18 years, Harmon has been a consistent staple in the NASCAR Xfinity franchise, with his rookie year occuring in 1996 followed by a five year hiatus that led to his current streak which began in 2001. Since his 2001 return, the 60-year-old driver has appeared in every series.

When asked about this monumental milestone in his career, Harmon appeared humbled, saying “I did not even realize it until it was brought to my attention. I appreciate life first, I