Youngest Twitterer?

Kevin Harvick, driver of the #29 Rheem Chevrolet, looks on in the garage area during practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series LENOX Industrial Tools 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on July 13, 2012 in Loudon, New Hampshire. (Photo by Jerry Markland/Getty Images for NASCAR)

LOUDON, N.H. — It may be difficult to think of everything, but Kevin Harvick is making a run at it.

By the time wife DeLana Harvick gave birth to their first child on Sunday, the Harvicks already had done considerable advance work. Keelan Harvick may the youngest person to have a domain name and Twitter handle registered in his name.

“Keelan has his own everything,” Harvick explained, “because I didn’t want some crazy-ass fan getting hold of his Twitter name or his web site. So he has everything that you could imagine, top to bottom, just as more of a personal security peace of mind than anything.”


Jimmie Johnson’s Coke Zero 400 ended early, with a sharp thud, as his No. 48 Chevrolet nosed into the SAFER barrier inside Turn 4 on Lap 123 of 160. It was a violent collision, but the impact didn’t inflict as much pain as what Johnson did the following day.

After Saturday’s race, the five-time Sprint Cup champion flew to Charleston, S.C., to compete in a Charleston Sprint Triathlon Series race at James Island County Park on Sunday morning. Johnson completed the event, consisting of a 600-yard freshwater swim, a 12-mile bike ride and a five-kilometer run, in 1 hour, 11 minutes, 57 seconds, good for 46th overall.

Johnson recruited a group of 20 competitors, including most of his over-the-wall crew, who flew home after the Cup race and traveled through the night to Charleston by motor home.

“They literally pulled up in the parking lot 30 minutes prior to the start,” Johnson said.

Johnson had trouble with the run portion of the triathlon, usually his strong suit. Fellow Cup driver Kasey Kahne finished the event 20 sections ahead of his Hendrick Motorsports teammate.

“That’s the one I lost bragging rights to,” Johnson said. “He had an amazing run. His swim and bike time was strong, but his run was where it was at. But I did beat everybody else; and, believe me, I’ve been wearing them all out over it.”


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