Drivers Who Have Won in all three NASCAR Series

Updated 10-19-2014

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  • Keselowski 25th driver to win in all three series: with Brad Keselowski's Camping World Truck win at Bristol Motor Speedway on Thursday morning (see details on the race on Jayski's Camping World Truck Series site), he becomes the 25th driver to have at least one win in all three National Series (Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Truck). Keselowski has 13 wins in Sprint Cup, 30 wins in Nationwide and one in the Truck Series.
    Keselowski becomes just the sixth driver to have a win in each of the series at one track [2 Cup wins at Bristol, 1 in Nationwide and now 1 in Trucks], joining Kyle Busch (10 tracks), Kevin Harvick (5), Mark Martin (4), Carl Edwards (Dover) and Bobby Labonte (Martinsville).
    Keselowski also is the fifth driver to score a win in the same season across NASCAR's three national series having won 3 Cup races in 2014, 3 Nationwide races and one Truck Series race.(8-21-2014)

  • Kyle Busch to run the triple at Bristol UPDATE: Kyle Busch is entered in the three National Series races at Bristol Motor Speedway: #18 DoubleMint Toyota in Sprint Cup; #54 Monster Energy Toyota in the Nationwide Series; and #51 Dollar General Toyota in the Camping World Truck Series.
    Busch said: "I love Bristol, and getting back there running all three divisions is going to be fun again. Being able to get back in the Truck, of course, and then run the Nationwide car and also run the Cup car. We'd love to be able to repeat 2010 - that would be amazing - and do another trifecta. But, since they've ground that place, it's not necessarily been my best track, lately. So, I've got some work to do to figure out how to get better there and make it happen. We're excited to have Doublemint on the car this weekend. It's the company's 100th anniversary this year and it was on my car for the sweep in 2010, so hopefully we can bring them back to victory lane on Saturday night."
    Kyle Busch capped an elusive hat trick at Bristol by winning the August 2010 Sprint Cup event. Then 25 years old, he swept the slate of NASCAR races at the .533-mile oval that weekend, winning the Truck Series race, along with the Nationwide Series race, before wheeling his #18 Toyota to victory and into the history books in the Sprint Cup race. Busch led four times for a race-high 282 laps in the Sprint Cup race. For the weekend, Busch led 514 of a possible 956 circuits.(JGR/TSC)(8-20-2014)
    UPDATE: Busch led 81 of 200 laps of the Truck race at Bristol before cutting a tire in the closing laps and finishing 24th, missing out on his 2nd triple win ever and at Bristol.(8-21-2014)

  • Kyle Busch going for the triple at Dover: in August 2010, #18-Kyle Busch won all three National Series races at Bristol Motor Speedway. Winning the Camping World Truck Series race, the Nationwide Series race and then the Sprint Cup Series race. After winning the Truck Series and Nationwide Series races at Dover on Friday and Saturday respectfully, Busch can 'do the triple' by winning the Sprint Cup Series race at Dover on Sunday. Busch has now won 134 races over the three National Series [29 in Sprint Cup, 66 in Nationwide and 39 in the Truck Series] and has won at least one race in each series at Dover [2 in Cup, 4 in NNS and 4 in Trucks].
    UPDATE: Busch got involved in an accident and after leading the most laps early at Dover, Busch finished 42nd, missing out on his 2nd triple win.(6-1-2014)

  • All Time Wins - Three Series Combined, over 50 wins:
    Driver, Wins
    1. Richard Petty, 200 [all in Sprint Cup]
    2. Kyle Busch*, 139 [29 Cup, 69 Nationwide, 41 Trucks]
    3. David Pearson, 106 [105 Cup, 1 Nationwide]
    4. Darrell Waltrip, 97 [84 Cup, 13 Nationwide]
    4. Dale Earnhardt, 97 [76 Cup, 21 Nationwide]
    4. Jeff Gordon*, 97 [92 Cup, 5 Nationwide]
    7. Mark Martin, 96 [40 Cup, 49 Nationwide, 7 Trucks]
    8. Bobby Allison, 86 [84 Cup, 2 Nationwide]
    9. Cale Yarborough, 83 [all in Sprint Cup]
    9. Kevin Harvick*, 84 [26 Cup, 44 Nationwide, 14 Trucks]
    Jimmie Johnson*, 70 [69 Cup, 1 Nationwide]
    Tony Stewart*, 61 [48 Cup, 11 Nationwide, 2 Trucks]
    Carl Edwards*, 61 [23 Cup, 32 Nationwide, 6 Trucks]
    Matt Kenseth*, 59 [31 Cup, 28 Nationwide]
    Rusty Wallace, 55 [all in Sprint Cup]
    Ron Hornaday*, 55 [4 Nationwide, 51 Trucks]
    Greg Biffle*, 55 [19 Cup, 20 Nationwide, 16 Trucks]
    Junior Johnson, 50 [all in Sprint Cup]
    Brad Keselowski*, 48 [16 Cup, 31 Nationwide, 1 Trucks]
    (* active)(NASCAR and compiled here)(10-19-2014)

  • Twenty-four winners of a race in Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series races:
    drivers who have won a race in each of the THREE National Series - Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Trucks:
    (Driver, Sprint Cup wins, Nationwide wins, Truck Wins)
    drivers with more than one win in each series:
    1)  Kyle Busch, 29, 69, 41 [139 total]
       (won in each series 2005-2011, 2013-2014; only driver w/29 wins in each series)
    2)  Mark Martin, 40, 49, 7 [96](retired)
    3)  Kevin Harvick, 26, 44, 14 [84](won in each series in 2003, 2010)
       (one of three drivers w/10 wins in each series)
    4)  Tony Stewart, 48, 11, 2 [61]
    4)  Carl Edwards, 23, 32, 6 [61]
    6)  Greg Biffle, 19, 20, 16 [55](one of three drivers w/10 wins in each series)
       (won a championship in the Nationwide & Truck Series)
    7)  Denny Hamlin, 24, 11, 2 [37](won a race in each series in 2011)
    8)  Kurt Busch, 25, 5, 4 [34]
    9)  Kasey Kahne, 16, 8, 3 [27]
    drivers with at least ONE win in each series:
    10) Brad Keselowski, 16, 31, 1 [48]
    11) Terry Labonte, 22, 11, 1 [34](won a race in each series in 1995)(part time)
    12) Bobby Labonte, 21, 10, 1 [32](part time)
    13) Ryan Newman, 17, 7, 1 [25]
    14) Clint Bowyer, 8, 8, 3 [19]
    15) Johnny Benson, 1, 3, 13 [17](retired)
    16) Jamie McMurray, 7, 8, 1 [16]
    17) Michael Waltrip, 4, 11, 1 [16](part time)
    18) Bobby Hamilton, 4, 1, 10 [15](deceased)
    19) Jimmy Spencer, 2, 12, 1 [15](retired)
    20) Elliott Sadler, 3, 9, 1 [13]
    21) Ken Schrader, 4, 2, 1 [7](part time)
    22) Ricky Craven, 2, 4, 1 [7](retired)
    23) Steve Park, 2, 3, 1 [6](not running in any of the three series)
    24) David Reutimann, 2, 1, 1 [4](part time)
    25) Aric Almirola, 1, 1, 2 [4]
    (10-19-2014)

  • Kyle Busch win record in three series: #18-Kyle Busch had 24 victories across NASCAR's three national series in 2010, a record, breaking his own record he set in 2008 when he had 21. Before that the all-time record set by Kevin Harvick in 2006 [Harvick didn't win a Truck race, but 14 Cup and Nationwide races], if you count drivers who have won at least one race in EACH series in a season, it has happened 14 times, by five drivers, nine times by Busch:
    1) 1995: Terry Labonte - 3 Cup wins, 1 Nationwide win and 1 Truck win, 5 total
    2) 2003: Kevin Harvick - 1, 3, 1, 5
    3) 2005: Kyle Busch - 2, 1, 3, 6
    4) 2006: Kyle Busch - 1, 1, 1, 3
    5) 2007: Kyle Busch - 1, 4, 2, 6
    6) 2008: Kyle Busch - 8, 10, 3, 21
    7) 2009: Kyle Busch - 4, 9, 7, 20
    8) 2010: Kevin Harvick - 3, 3, 3, 9
    9) 2010: Kyle Busch - 3, 13, 8, 24 record
    10) 2011: Kyle Busch - 4, 8, 6, 18
    11) 2011: Denny Hamlin - 1, 1, 1, 3
    12) 2013: Kyle Busch - 4, 12, 5, 21
    13) 2014: Kyle Busch - 1, 6, 5, 12
    14) 2014: Brad Keselowski - 6, 3, 1, 10
    (10-19-2014)

  • Drivers who have won in all three national series at the same track:
    1) Kyle Busch, Ten (10) tracks: Auto Club, Bristol (3 same weekend 2010), Chicago, Daytona, Dover, Kentucky, New Hampshire, Phoenix, Talladega and Texas
    2) Kevin Harvick, Five (5) tracks: Atlanta, Bristol, Martinsville, Michigan and Phoenix
    3) Mark Martin, Four tracks (4): Auto Club Speedway, Bristol, Dover, Talladega
    4) Carl Edwards: Dover
    5) Bobby Labonte: Martinsville
    6) Brad Keselowski: Bristol
    (10-19-2014)


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