Harvick had shown to have a fast car all weekend but had to pit in the first stage under green for a flat tire.
He rallied back in the final stage, took the lead with 17 to go and stretched his fuel the final 49 laps, holding off Denny Hamlin to win Sunday’s Consumers Energy 400 at Michigan International Speedway.
As Harvick took the checkered flag, cars ran out of fuel all over the track, jumbling the final running order.
The win is Harvick’s second at Michigan in the last three races and second of the 2019 season. It’s also his 30th career victory.
Kyle Larson ended up third, Martin Truex Jr. was fourth and Daniel Suarez completed the top-five.
Rounding out the top-10 were Kyle Busch, Ryan Preece, William Byron, Chase Elliott and Alex Bowman.