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19 NASCAR Drivers That Won On Many Tracks in Many Races!

 NASCAR races have been around since as early as the 1940s. As the decades have passed, the races have taken on different names, based on their different sponsors, but the purpose remains the same: to determine which drivers can really put the pedal to the metal. With uniquely designed cars that can reach up to 200 miles per hour, it takes a person with real talent and drive (see what I did there) to handle these vicious vehicles and treacherous tracks, up against the best.

The various NASCAR Tracks can be found all across the country, such as the Auto Club Speedway in California, the Daytona International Speedway in Florida (also known as the Daytona 500), and the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. These are just a few among numerous competitions held annually by NASCAR. These 19 brilliant racers are multi-winners, finishing first in most of the races they participated in and setting themselves apart from the lot by sheer volume of wins. 

 

1. Jeff Gordon, winning on 24 out of 25 NASCAR Tracks between 1993 and 2017

Top 19 NASCAR Race Drivers to Win Multiple Tracks, jeff gordon with 1995 winston cup champion trophy

(By Darryl Moran, Wikimedia Commons

 

2. Kyle Busch, winning 23 out of 23 NASCAR Tracks between 2004 and 2019

Top 19 NASCAR Race Drivers to Win Multiple Tracks, Kyle busch wearing blue M&M uniform and hat

(By Zach Catanzareti Photo, Wikimedia Commons

 

3. Tony Stewart, winning on 21 out of 24 NASCAR Tracks between 1994 and 2011

Top 19 NASCAR Race Drivers to Win Multiple Tracks, United States Secretary of Defense and grand marshal Donald Rumsfeld (left) and Tony Stewart share a laugh before the 2005 Pepsi 400

(United States Secretary of Defense and grand marshal Donald Rumsfeld (left) and Stewart share a laugh before the 2005 Pepsi 400, By Tech Sgt. Cherie A. Thurlby, U.S. Air Force, Wikimedia Commons

 

4. Kevin Harvick, winning on 21 out of 24 NASCAR Tracks between 1995 and 2018

Top 19 NASCAR Race Drivers to Win Multiple Tracks, Kevin Harvick at the Daytona 500, waving

(Kevin Harvick at Daytona in 2015, By Nascarking, Wikimedia Commons

 

5. Mark Martin, winning on 21 out of 27 NASCAR Tracks between 1977 and 2013

Top 19 NASCAR Race Drivers to Win Multiple Tracks, Mark Martin being introduced during the 2007 Daytona 500

(Mark Martin being introduced during the 2007 Daytona 500, By {{{1}}}, Wikimedia Commons

 

6. Cale Yarborough, winning on 16 out of 17 NASCAR Tracks between 1972 and 1984

Top 19 NASCAR Race Drivers to Win Multiple Tracks, Cale Yarborough walking next to a fence in a white and red racing suit

(By Ted Van Pelt, Wikimedia Commons

 

7. Bobby Allison, winning on 16 out of 19 NASCAR Tracks between 1972 and 1988

Top 19 NASCAR Race Drivers to Win Multiple Tracks, close up of older Bobby Allison's face in later years

(By Kim Phillips, Wikimedia Commons)  

 

8. Matt Kenseth, winning on 19 out of 24 NASCAR Tracks between 2000 and 2015

Top 19 NASCAR Race Drivers to Win Multiple Tracks, Matt Kenseth at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

(Matt Kenseth at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, By Rob Street, Wikimedia Commons

 

9. Dale Jarrett, winning on 16 out of 25 NASCAR Tracks between 2000 and 2015

Top 19 NASCAR Race Drivers to Win Multiple Tracks, Dale Jarrett at the 2007 Bristol Motor Speedway

(Dale Jarrett at the 2007 Bristol Motor Speedway, By Kim Phillips, Wikimedia Commons

 

10. Dale Earnhardt Sr., winning on 17 out of 26 NASCAR Tracks between 1980 and 2000

Top 19 NASCAR Race Drivers to Win Multiple Tracks, Dale Earnhardt Sr. in uniform sitting in a race car

(By Darryl Moran, Wikimedia Commons

 

11. Darrell Waltrip, winning on 16 out of 26 NASCAR Tracks between 1972 and 1992

Top 19 NASCAR Race Drivers to Win Multiple Tracks, Darrell Waltrip after the Dixie 500, Atlanta Motor Speedway

(Darrell Waltrip after the Dixie 500, Atlanta Motor Speedway, By Billferguson, Wikimedia Commons

 

12. Bill Elliot, winning on 15 out of 26 NASCAR Tracks between 1985 and 2002

Top 19 NASCAR Race Drivers to Win Multiple Tracks, Bill Elliott, after he won the Budweiser 500 at Dover Downs International Speedway in 1985, being a kissed by a girl on the cheek

(Bill Elliott, after he won the Budweiser 500 at Dover Downs International Speedway in 1985, By Ted Van Pelt, Wikimedia Commons

 

13. Richard Petty, winning on 15 out of 21 NASCAR Tracks between 1972 and 1992

Top 19 NASCAR Race Drivers to Win Multiple Tracks, Richard Petty at Pocono in 1985

(By Ted Van Pelt, Wikimedia Commons

 

14. Rusty Wallace, winning on 17 out of 25 NASCAR Tracks between 1983 and 1998

Top 19 NASCAR Race Drivers to Win Multiple Tracks, Rusty Wallace in a blue and white track suit on a race track site in 1997

(By Darryl Moran, Wikimedia Commons

 

15. Joey Logano, winning on 15 out of 23 NASCAR Tracks between 2008 and 2018 

Top 19 NASCAR Race Drivers to Win Multiple Tracks, joey logano where a hat and smiling

(By Zach Catanzareti, Wikimedia Commons

 

16. Brad Keselowski, winning on 17 out of 23 NASCAR Tracks between 2004 and 2018

Top 19 NASCAR Race Drivers to Win Multiple Tracks, Brad Keselowski at the 2019 Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500

(Brad Keselowski at the 2019 Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500, By Zach Catanzareti, Wikimedia Commons

 

17. Kurt Busch, winning on 16 out of 24 NASCAR Tracks between 1999 and 2017

Top 19 NASCAR Race Drivers to Win Multiple Tracks, Kurt Busch at the 2019 Gander RV 400 held by Monster Energy Drink

(By Zach Catanzareti, Wikimedia Commons

 

18. Denny Hamlin, winning on 17 out of 23 NASCAR Tracks between 2006 and 2019

Top 19 NASCAR Race Drivers to Win Multiple Tracks, Denny Hamlin after winning the 2010 Air Guard 400

(Denny Hamlin after winning the 2010 Air Guard 400, By The National Guard, Wikimedia Commons

 

19. Jimmy Johnson, winning on 20 out of 24 NASCAR Tracks between 2002 and 2016

Top 19 NASCAR Race Drivers to Win Multiple Tracks, Jimmie Johnson at the 2019 Food City 400

(By Zach Catanzareti, Wikimedia Commons

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