Besides at pit stops with inexperienced flag, Harvick led each lap of the stage on 80 excursions and was discovered with a four.5 second benefit over Kyle Busch on arrival.
Joey Logano completed third, Denny Hamlin fourth and Erik Jones accomplished the highest 5.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Martin Truex Jr. Chase Elliott, Daniel Suarez and Brad Keselowski additionally collected stage factors.
Harvick, winner of the pole, takes management early and has no hassle staying forward of the primary 15 laps.
On lap 16, Austin Dillon climbed to second place with Hamlin third and Stenhouse fourth.
After 20 laps, Harvick had amassed a lead of over 2 seconds over Austin Dillon.
At 50 laps from the primary leg, Harvick saved a lead of over four seconds on Hamlin, who was in second place. Stenhouse was third and Logano fourth.
On lap 40, Stenhouse headed down the pit to start a collection of pit stops with inexperienced flag. Bowyer and Larson weren’t far behind.
Throughout the stops, Kyle Larson and Austin Dillon had been penalized for having too many crew members over the wall throughout their respective stops. Ryan Blaney needed to make a second cease for a puncture.
When the cycle of stops was accomplished with 20 laps to go within the stage, Harvick stayed forward however with a bonus of about four seconds on Kyle Busch. Stenhouse was third and Jones fourth.
Kyle Busch lowered Harvick's result in lower than four seconds and 10 laps to go. Jones, Hamlin and Logano adopted them.
With 5 laps to go, Logano climbed to 3rd, with Hamlin fourth.
Landon Cassill and Ty Dillon each needed to begin the race from behind the pack: Cassill for a gearshift and Dillon for a change of engine.