Kevin Harvick insists he's not job hunting.
Harvick on Friday sat on a podium in the middle of his most successful track on the 15th anniversary of his first Sprint Cup victory and said he expects to be driving for Stewart-Haas Racing next season, even when it switches from Chevrolet to Ford.
Harvick says he's in the "best position I've been in with my team" and "I don't see any reason that would change" despite driving Chevrolets his entire career.
Harvick on Sunday seeks a record eighth victory at Phoenix International Raceway. The 2014 Cup champion's four-race win streak at the track was snapped in November when he finished second to Dale Earnhardt Jr., despite leading a race-high 143 laps.