Kevin Harvick's New 'Anything To Win' ESPN Commercial

ESPN has been airing a series of funny NASCAR commercials about drivers who would "do anything to win," and Kevin Harvick is the latest Chase contender to be featured.

In his ESPN ad, Harvick messes with teammate Clint Bowyer and even trades paint with wife DeLana's car. You can check out the full commercial below the jump.

Other ESPN "anything to win" commercials include Kyle Busch prank-calling teammate Joey Logano and Dale Earnhardt Jr. piping Amy Grant music into Jeff Gordon's car.

You can watch the Busch ad here and the Earnhardt Jr. commercial here.

Which do you think is the best of the ESPN commercials so far? My top pick is the Busch commercial, since even non-NASCAR fans have seen it enough times that they've said to me, "Is Kyle Busch the guy in the ad who prank-calls other drivers?"

Since these commercials reach non-fans as well as race fans, it's important that they're funny and make the drivers look personable.

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