Blue, white, black
Piston Cup racer
Harvey Rodcap is a next-generation Piston Cup racer who is sponsored by Easy Idle, bearing the number 15. He has a blue, white, and black livery, with his racing number painted on his roof and doors. Like all other next-gens, he has the new Lightyear racing tires, as well as Combustr, Carbon Cyber, and SynerG as contingency sponsors.
In Cars 3, Harvey makes his debut in the Piston Cup Racing Series midway through the 2016 season, replacing Carl Clutchen, who previously raced for Easy Idle. He is one of the six next-generation rookie racers who debut at the Motor Speedway of the South, with the other five being Aaron Clocker, Ryan Laney, H.J. Hollis, Ed Truncan, and Tim Treadless. At the Los Angeles 500, he and Tim Treadless are close behind Lightning McQueen when he crashes, and they watch in shock as he goes airborne. Harvey finishes that race in fifth place.
At the Florida 500, he is mainly seen in the middle positions. When Cam Spinner causes a crash, Harvey is hit by him and is sent careening toward the infield and receives minor damage, but he is able to continue racing. As Cruz Ramirez makes up ground, she imagines him and several other cars as tractors to remind her of Thomasville. Harvey is seen finishing the race toward the back of the pack in 25th place.
- Harvey Rodcap is incorrectly listed on several Cars 3 die-cast cardbacks as the name of the N2O Cola stock car racer, whose actual name is Parker Brakeston.
- In the Los Angeles 500, the first shot of the race shows that he qualified in 2nd but in the next shot it is implied that he qualified in last place. The next shot shows that he did qualify in 2nd place but when the race starts he is seen in the back.
- He can be considered as the unluckiest racer in Cars 3, having amentities taken away from him every moment he's on screen.