NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Kevin Harvick is currently making the media rounds in Los Angeles as part of a West Coast “Champion’s Tour,” but this morning, he made a special stop in his hometown.
The Stewart-Haas Racing driver, along with crew chief Rodney Childers, paid a visit to Harvick’s old alma mater, North High School in Bakersfield, California – with the Cup in tow.
Harvick was a member of North High’s wrestling team, and helped to refurbish the school’s wrestling rooms in 2008 through his foundation.
Local television station KBFX also followed Harvick into the North High gym to greet the students and showed a bit of his speech as well. You can check out the video here.