(BROOKLYN, MI) Kevin Harvick is feeling confidence on the NASCAR track and with help from his team, doesn’t show too much excitement when he wins a race.
Harvick raced to his 47th NASCAR Cup victory of his career and his second in less than a month on Sunday, pulling away from the pack to win the Consumers Energy 400 at Michigan International Speedway for the second consecutive year.
There are just three races remaining before the playoffs begin and with the momentum that Harvick is experiencing, the timing of his latest strong performance may help him win a second NASCAR Monster Energy Cup title.
The Stewart-Haas Racing driver finished more than a second ahead of second place finisher Denny Hamlin. Kyle Larson was third, more than 16 seconds behind Harvick. He was followed by Martin Truex Jr., Daniel Suarez and points-leader Kyle Busch.