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All-Time NASCAR National Series Race Winners

Winners of Cup, XFINITY and Truck Series race combined

Updated 9-8-2019

All Time Wins – Three Series Combined
(drivers over 50 wins combined)
Driver, Wins
1. Kyle Busch*, 207 [55 Cup, 96 XFINITY, 56 Truck]
2. Richard Petty, 200 [all in NASCAR Cup]
3. Kevin Harvick*, 109 [48 Cup, 47 XFINITY, 14 Truck]
4. David Pearson, 106 [105 Cup, 1 XFINITY]
5. Jeff Gordon, 98 [93 Cup, 5 XFINITY]
6. Darrell Waltrip, 97 [84 Cup, 13 XFINITY]
6. Dale Earnhardt, 97 [76 Cup, 21 XFINITY]
8. Mark Martin, 96 [40 Cup, 49 XFINITY, 7 Truck]
9. Bobby Allison, 86 [84 Cup, 2 XFINITY]
10. Jimmie Johnson*, 84 [83 Cup, 1 XFINITY]
Cale Yarborough, 83 [all in Cup]
Brad Keselowski*, 70 [30 Cup, 39 XFINITY, 1 Truck]
Matt Kenseth, 68 [39 Cup, 29 XFINITY]
Carl Edwards, 65 [27 Cup, 32 XFINITY, 6 Truck]
Tony Stewart, 62 [49 Cup, 11 XFINITY, 2 Truck]
Greg Biffle*, 56 [19 Cup, 20 XFINITY, 17 Truck]
Rusty Wallace, 55 [all in Cup]
Ron Hornaday, 55 [4 XFINITY, 51 Truck]
Joey Logano*, 54 [23 Cup, 30 XFINITY, 1 Truck]
Denny Hamlin*, 53 [35 Cup, 16 XFINITY, 2 Truck]
Junior Johnson, 50 [all in Cup]
Dale Earnhardt Jr., 50 [26 Cup, 24 XFINITY]
(* active)


Thirty One (31) winners of a race in each of the Cup, XFINITY and Truck Series:
(drivers who have won a race in each of the THREE National Series – Cup, XFINITY and Trucks)
(Driver, Cup wins, XFINITY wins, Truck Wins)
drivers with more than one win in each series:
1) Kyle Busch*, 55, 96, 56 [207 total]
(won in each series 2005-2011, 2013-2019; only driver w/50 wins or more in each series)
2) Kevin Harvick*, 48, 47, 14 [109](won in each series in 2003, 2010)
(one of three drivers w/10 wins in each series)
3) Mark Martin, 40, 49, 7 [96]
4) Carl Edwards, 27, 32, 6 [65]
5) Tony Stewart, 49, 11, 2 [62]
6) Greg Biffle, 19, 20, 17 [56](one of three drivers w/10 wins in each series)
(won a championship in the XFINITY & Truck Series)
7) Denny Hamlin*, 35, 16, 2 [53](won a race in each series in 2011)
8) Kurt Busch*, 31, 5, 4 [40]
9) Kasey Kahne, 18, 8, 4 [30]
10) Clint Bowyer*, 10, 8, 3 [21]
11) Kyle Larson*, 5, 12, 2 [19](won a race in each series in 2016)
12) Austin Dillon*, 2, 9, 7 [18]
13) Ryan Blaney*, 2, 7, 4 [13]
14) Chase Elliott*, 5, 5, 2 [12]
15) Aric Almirola*, 2, 3, 2 [7]
drivers with at least ONE win in each series:
16) Brad Keselowski*, 30, 39, 1 [70](won a race in each series in 2014)
17) Joey Logano*, 23, 30, 1 [54](won a race in each series in 2015)
18) Terry Labonte, 22, 11, 1 [34](won a race in each series in 1995)
19) Bobby Labonte, 21, 10, 1 [32]
20) Ryan Newman*, 18, 7, 1 [26]
21) Erik Jones*, 1, 9, 7 [17]
22) Johnny Benson, 1, 3, 13 [17]
23) Jamie McMurray, 7, 8, 1 [16]
24) Michael Waltrip, 4, 11, 1 [16]
25) Elliott Sadler, 3, 11, 1 [15]
26) Bobby Hamilton, 4, 1, 10 [15]
27) Jimmy Spencer, 2, 12, 1 [15]
28) Ken Schrader, 4, 2, 1 [7]
29) Ricky Craven, 2, 4, 1 [7]
30) Steve Park, 2, 3, 1 [6]
31) David Reutimann, 2, 1, 1 [4]
(* active)


Drivers who have won a race in each of the National Series in the SAME season
1) 1995: Terry Labonte – 3 Cup wins, 1 XFINITY 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(2) – 1, 1, 1 = 3
5) 2007: Kyle Busch(3) – 1, 4, 2 = 6
6) 2008: Kyle Busch(4) – 8, 10, 3 = 21
7) 2009: Kyle Busch(5) – 4, 9, 7 = 20
8) 2010: Kevin Harvick(2) – 3, 3, 3 = 9
9) 2010: Kyle Busch(6) – 3, 13, 8 = 24 record
10) 2011: Kyle Busch(7) – 4, 8, 6 = 18
11) 2011: Denny Hamlin – 1, 1, 1 = 3
12) 2013: Kyle Busch(8) – 4, 12, 5 = 21
13) 2014: Kyle Busch(9) – 1, 7, 7 = 15
14) 2014: Brad Keselowski – 6, 4, 1 = 11
15) 2015: Joey Logano – 6, 4, 1 = 11
16) 2015: Kyle Busch(10) – 5, 5, 2 = 12
17) 2016: Kyle Busch(11) – 4, 10, 2 = 16
18) 2016: Kyle Larson – 1, 2, 1 = 4
19) 2017: Kyle Busch(12) – 5, 5, 3 = 13
20) 2018: Kyle Busch(13) – 5, 1, 2 = 11
21) 2019: Kyle Busch(12) – 4, 4, 5 = 13
(7 different drivers)


Drivers who have won in all three national series [Cup, XFINITY, Trucks] at the same track:
1) Kyle Busch*, 17 tracks: Atlanta, Auto Club, Bristol(same weekend fall 2010 & fall 2017), Charlotte, Chicago, Daytona, Dover, Homestead, Kansas, Kentucky, Las Vegas, Michigan, New Hampshire, Phoenix, Pocono, Talladega and Texas
2) Kevin Harvick*, Seven(7) tracks: Atlanta, Bristol, Martinsville, Michigan, Phoenix, Homestead, Texas
3) Mark Martin, Four tracks(4): Auto Club, Bristol, Dover, Talladega
4) Carl Edwards: Dover
5) Bobby Labonte: Martinsville
6) Brad Keselowski*: Bristol
7) Kasey Kahne: Charlotte
* = active

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All Time NASCAR Cup Series Wins
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