Kevin Harvick is reportedly leaving Richard Childress Racing and heading to Stewart-Haas Racing for the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season.
According to an ESPN.com story, Harvick will finish his career with RCR next season before joining Tony Stewart's organization the following year.
"I'm looking forward to finishing out this season on a strong note with RCR and continuing to build our program going into the 2013 season with the ultimate goal of winning a championship," Harvick told ESPN.com Friday at Phoenix International Raceway. "Anything beyond that, once I know what my future plans are set I'll let you know."
SHR will field three cars next season with Danica Patrick's full-time ride joining Ryan Newman and Stewart's entries.
As of now there has been no confirmation from the team about adding Harvick to its roster.
"Stewart-Haas Racing's driver lineup is all set for 2013, but if you're talking about 2014 and if Kevin Harvick is available, that's something the team would have to look at," said SHR team spokesman Mike Arning to ESPN.com. "Any team in this garage would do the same. From the moment Stewart-Haas Racing was formed, becoming a four-car team is something it's been striving for. They have the infrastructure to accommodate a fourth team, and if everything aligns properly, it's something they'll do. So, if a driver the caliber of Kevin Harvick is available, it's something they would pursue."