WATCH LIVE: New Sprint Cup champ Kevin Harvick joins NASCAR AMERICA at 4:30 p.m. ET

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It’s Happy’s Hour at last.

After 14 years of trying, Kevin Harvick finally captured his first NASCAR Sprint Cup championship and he did with yet another clutch performance – winning Sunday’s Ford Ecoboost 400 over fellow title contender Ryan Newman after a three-lap run to the checkered flag.

The new champion is currently making the media rounds, and he’ll join NASCAR AMERICA today to talk about his accomplishment.

You can catch the special one-hour edition at 4:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN, or you can STREAM IT online or on your mobile device through NBC Sports Live Extra.

Also on tap for today’s show:

  • Complete highlights, results and analysis of Sunday’s epic finale from Homestead-Miami Speedway…
  • NBCSN’s Marty Snider was on the scene at HMS on Sunday, and you’ll see his interview with Harvick in Victory Lane, plus interviews with his crew chief, Rodney Childers, and his Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner, Tony Stewart…
  • So close yet so far away – Ryan Newman came up one spot short of both the race win and the championship. NBCSN’s Kelli Stavast reports from the Richard Childress Racing shop on Newman’s near-miss and his tremendous run as the Chase’s top underdog…
  • Late yellows helped put the kibosh on Denny Hamlin’s title hopes. NBCSN’s Jason Weigandt is at Joe Gibbs Racing headquarters to report on the fallout as well as the future of Hamlin’s crew chief, Darian Grubb…
  • Pit road miscues toward the end of Sunday’s race ultimately proved too much for Championship 4 contender Joey Logano to overcome. You’ll hear what he had to say after the race in his interview with Marty Snider…
  • We’ll also say goodbye to some familiar faces in the Sprint Cup garage, including crew chiefs Steve Letarte (who’s coming to NASCAR on NBC next year) and Jimmy Fennig, and driver Marcos Ambrose…

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Again, CLICK HERE at 4:30 p.m. ET to watch NBCSN’s NASCAR AMERICA.