Richard Childress says he's not worrying about Kevin Harvick.
Harvick hinted during a television interview last week that he's planning to leave Childress' NASCAR Sprint Cup program when his contract expires at the end of next year.
Childress said Saturday at Lowe's Motor Speedway he hasn't seen the interview but he's concentrating on moving forward no matter what the former Daytona 500 winner.
Childress added he's still trying to get full-season funding for the No. 07 Chevrolet driven by Casey Mears and will make a decision by the season finale in Homestead next month.
RCR has struggled this season, with all four cars missing the Chase for the championship.