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Obama honors NASCAR champ Harvick at White House

WASHINGTON President Barack Obama honored Kevin Harvick and his No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing team members Tuesday at the White House for winning the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup championship. Harvick was accompanied by Rodney Childers, his crew chief, and Greg Zipadelli, his competition director, at the festivities on the White House South Lawn. Harvick, a 39-year-old resident of Charlotte, N.C., won the championship for the first time after his first season driving for the Stewart-Haas Racing team. "As the season started, Kevin had a new team, a new crew chief to adjust to. It usually takes more time for a driver and a crew chief find their groove," Obama said. "But Kevin and...