Just as he did one year ago at Michigan, Kevin Harvick took the checkered flag at the 2-mile oval after topping Denny Hamlin on Sunday for his second win of the season at the Consumers Energy 400. Harvick then picked up his son Keelan on pit road for a victory burnout in the No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford before coming to a stop on the start-finish line.
Harvick passed Joey Logano for the lead with 17 laps remaining and built a big enough cushion to hold off the hard-charging Hamlin as a number of cars had to hit pit road before the end of the race to add a splash of fuel.
Kyle Larson, a three-time winner at Michigan, had another strong run to finish third, with Stage 1 winner Martin Truex Jr. coming home fourth and Daniel Suarez fifth. Kyle Busch, Ryan Preece, William Byron, Chase Elliott and Alex Bowman rounded out the top 10.