(FOX NEWS) - Kevin Harvick became the first NASCAR Cup driver since 2015 to win three races in a row when he took the checkered flag on Sunday at ISM Raceway outside Phoenix.
The No. 4 Stewart-Haas Ford driver held off Kyle Busch for his ninth win at the track and 40th in his NASCAR Cup career.
The win comes just days after Harvick and his team were penalized points and fined following last weekend’s win at Las Vegas for finishing the race with a broken rear window brace.
Harvick celebrated the Phoenix win by patting the rear window.
"I've been mad as all get out because this team does a great job," Harvick said. "This organization does a great job and we've got fast race cars. And to take that away from those guys just really (ticked) me off last week.
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