Last night’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards in Las Vegas honored Kevin Harvick as the 2014 series champion. But his two-year-old son, Keelan, also had his moments during the ceremony.
At one point during comedian Jay Mohr’s opening monologue, multiple photos of Keelan at the track from the past season were displayed while Mohr declared that the youngster was the one who really wore the pants in the Harvick family.
Keelan also made sure that his father had a somewhat disheveled appearance when he went to the podium at the end of the night – something that the new champ referenced at the opening of his speech.
And one day later, after all the pageantry of the night before, Keelan is still celebrating.
Kevin posted the following clip on his Instagram this morning of Keelan letting out a series of Ric Flair-style “Whoooo”-s and declaring “I’m the champ!” while holding his kid-sized Sprint Cup trophy.
Looks like Keelan already has the Victory Lane etiquette down, just in case he decides to follow in his dad’s tire tracks.
That said, however, Kevin tweeted last weekend in a fan chat that he hopes Keelan goes with a more leisurely sport: