Kevin Bartlett (born May 25, 1940 in Coffs Harbour, New South Wales), often known by his nickname "KB", is an Australian former open wheel and touring car racing driver who won the CAMS Gold Star in 1968 and 1969, as well as the prestigious Bathurst 1000.
In 1970, Bartlett traveled to the United States to compete in the USAC Championship (aka Indy Car)series, attemtping and failing to quailfy for the Indianapolis '500.' Bartlett competed in three other Indy Car races, but failed to finish.
Bartlett was signed on to co-drive with John Goss in the 1973 Bathurst 1000, in a brand-new Ford Falcon XA Hardtop. They qualified on pole position for the race and led for over three-and-a-half hours, but failed to finish. They returned the following year and won the event with Bartlett holding off the Bob Forbes Torana and bringing the Goss Falcon home with a memorable drive in the rain.
Bartlett's autobiography entitled "Big Rev Kev" was published in 1983.