NASCAR Cup Series Manufacturer Stats & Records

Updated 4-21-2024

Manufacturers Standings Pages by Season: (click on year to see standings)

2024 Manufacturers Championship Standings Page

2023, 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017
NASCAR Next Generation Car page


7th Generation of the NASCAR Cup Series Stock car, 2022 – current (thru 4-21-2024):
Chevy Camaro: 43
Toyota Camry: 22
Ford Mustang: 17


NASCAR Cup Series Manufacturer – Number of Wins [last win, date, driver], 1949 to Current
*Chevy – 857 [Texas, 4/14/2024, Chase Elliott]
*Ford – 728 [Martinsville, 10/29/2023, Ryan Blaney]
Dodge – 217 [Dover, 9/30/2012, Brad Keselowski]
Plymouth – 191 [Talladega, 8/12/1973, Dick Brooks]
*Toyota – 184 [Talladega, 4/21/2024, Tyler Reddick]
Pontiac – 154 [Darlington, 3/16/2003, Ricky Craven]
Oldsmobile – 115 [Michigan, 8/16/1992, Harry Gant]
Mercury – 96 [Talladega, 8/3/1980, Neil Bonnett](see note 2 below)
Hudson – 79 [West Palm Beach, 2/6/1955, Herb Thomas]
Buick – 65 [North Wilkesboro, 4/22/1990, Brett Bodine]
Chrysler – 59 [Hartsfield SC, 6/23/1961, Buck Baker]
AMC – 5 [Darlington, 9/1/75, Bobby Allison]
Lincoln – 4 [Charlotte, 4/2/1950, Tim Flock]
Studebaker – 3 [Mobile AL, 11/25/1951, Frank Mundy]
Nash (NMC) – 1 [Charlotte Speedway, 4/1/1951, Curtis Turner]
Jaguar – 1 [Linden Airport NJ, 6/13/54, Al Keller]
* active manufacturer; red = latest winning CUP driver

(2760 races)

The “BIG Three” totals:
General Motors [Chevy, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Buick]: 1,191
Ford Motor Company [Ford, Mercury, Lincoln]: 828
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles [Dodge, Plymouth, Chrysler]: 467 (not active in NASCAR since 2012)

NOTE: in August 1971, Bobby Allison won at Bowman-Gray Stadium in Winston-Salem, NC running a Mustang [Ford],
Allison was not and has not been credited with that victory [is listed as 84 wins not 85], as he ran an ‘unapproved car’.
NASCAR’s weekly media book lists 48 races run in 1971 but only 47 manufacturers counted as winning.
from many sources and kept up to date since by Jayski.com.(6-4-2017)

NOTE 2: NASCAR and my counts show Mercury as having 96 wins, a few have it at 95.  NASCAR Media shows 96 and my extensive research in late 1990’s using many NASCAR Stats books. show the total at 96.  A few others, like Racing-Reference.info (owned by NASCAR) show it a 95 due to an error from the 1971 June 6 race at Dover.  RR shows Bobby Allison winning in a Ford.  The books and many sites (ESPN, MRN) show the manufacturer being Mercury, so that is what I use as my count (11-1-2023)

Manufacturer First Victories
AMC, 1/21/73, Riverside Raceway, Mark Donohue
Buick, 5/1/55, Charlotte Speedway, Buck Baker (NHOF)
Chevrolet, 3/26/55, Columbia Speedway, Fonty Flock
Chrysler, 8/12/51, Michigan Fairgrounds, Tommy Thompson
Dodge, 2/1/53, Palm Beach Speedway, Lee Petty (NHOF)
Ford, 6/25/50, Dayton Speedway, Jimmy Florian
Hudson, 2/11/51, Daytona Beach Course, Marshall Teague
Jaguar, 6/13/54, Linden (NJ) Airport, Al Keller
Lincoln, 6/19/49, Charlotte Speedway, Jim Roper
Mercury, 6/18/50, Vernon Fairgrounds, Bill Blair
Nash, 4/1/51, Charlotte Speedway, Curtis Turner (NHOF)
Oldsmobile, 7/10/49, Daytona Beach Course, Red Bryon (NHOF)
Plymouth, 10/2/49, Heidelberg Speedway, Lee Petty (NHOF)
Pontiac, 2/17/57, Daytona Beach Course, Cotton Owens (NHOF)
Studebaker, 6/16/51, Columbia Speedway, Frank Mundy
Toyota, 3/9/08, Atlanta Motor Speedway, Kyle Busch

Manufacturer Championships
year, manufacturer, wins(number of champs)[if not most]

2023 Chevrolet, 18 (42nd)(Next Generation, Generation 7 car)
2022 Chevrolet, 19 (41)(Next Gen, Gen 7 car)
2021 Chevrolet, 19 (40)(first Championship in a Camaro)(Gen 6 car)
2020 Ford, 18 (17)(first in a Mustang)(Gen 6 car)
2019 Toyota, 19 (3)(Gen 6 car)
2018 Ford, 19 (16)(Gen 6 car)
2017 Toyota, 16 (2)(Gen 6 car)
2016 Toyota, 16 (1)(Gen 6 car)
2015 Chevrolet, 15 (39)(Gen 6 car)
2014 Chevrolet, 20 (38)(Gen 6 car)
2013 Chevrolet, 15 (37)(Gen 6 car)
2012 Chevrolet, 15 (36)(Car of Tomorrow Gen 5 no wing)
2011 Chevrolet, 18 (35)(COT no wing)
2010 Chevrolet, 18 (34)(COT no wing starting Martinsville in March)
2009 Chevrolet, 18 (33)(COT w/wing)
2008 Chevrolet, 11 (32)(COT w/wing)
2007 Chevrolet, 26 (31)(partially ran COT w/wing and old Gen 4 car)
2006 Chevrolet, 23 (30)(Generation 4)
2005 Chevrolet, 17 (29)(Gen 4)
2004 Chevrolet, 22 (28)(Gen 4)
2003 Chevrolet, 19 (27)(Gen 4)
2002 Ford, 14 (15)(Gen 4)
2001 Chevrolet, 16 (26)(Gen 4)
2000 Ford, 14 (14)(Gen 4)
1999 Ford, 13 (13)(Gen 4)
1998 Chevrolet, 16 (25)(Gen 4)
1997 Ford, 19 (12)(Gen 4)
1996 Chevrolet, 17 (24)(Gen 4)
1995 Chevrolet, 21 (23)(Gen 4)
1994 Ford, 20 (11)(Gen 4)
1993 Chevrolet, 9 (22)[Pontiac, 11](Gen 4)
1992 Ford, 16 (10)(Gen 4)
1991 Chevrolet, 11 (21)(Generation 3)
1990 Chevrolet, 13 (20)(Gen 3)
1989 Chevrolet, 13 (19)(Gen 3)
1988 Chevrolet, 8 (18)[Ford, 9](Gen 3)
1987 Chevrolet, 15 (17)(Gen 3)
1986 Chevrolet, 18 (16)(Gen 3)
1985 Chevrolet, 14 (15)[Ford 14](Gen 3)
1984 Chevrolet, 21 (14)(Gen 3)
1983 Chevrolet, 15 (13)(Gen 3)
1982 Buick, 25 (2)(Gen 3)
1981 Buick, 22(Gen 3)
1980 Chevrolet, 22 (12)(Generation 2)
1979 Chevrolet, 18 (11)(Gen 2)
1978 Chevrolet, 10 (10)[Oldsmobile, 11](Gen 2)
1977 Chevrolet, 21 (9)(Gen 2)
1976 Chevrolet, 13 (8)(Gen 2)
1975 Dodge, 14 (2)(Gen 2)
1974 Chevrolet, 12 (7)(Gen 2)
1973 Chevrolet, 7 (6)[Mercury, 11](Gen 2)
Pre-Modern Era
1972 Chevrolet, 10 (5)(Gen 2)
1971 Plymouth, 22(Gen 2)
1970 Dodge, 17 [Plymouth, 21](Gen 2)
1969 Ford, 26 (9)(Gen 2)
1968 Ford, 21 (8)(Gen 2)
1967 Ford, 10 (7)[Plymouth, 31](Generation 2)
1966 Ford, 10 (6)[Dodge, 18; Plymouth, 31]
1965 Ford, 48[55 races run] (5)
1964 Ford, 30 (4)
1963 Ford, 23 (3)
1962 Pontiac, 22
1961 Chevrolet, 11 (4)[Pontiac, 30]
1960 Chevrolet, 13 (3)[Ford, 15]
1959 Chevrolet, 16 (2)[Ford 16]
1958 Chevrolet, 25
1957 Ford, 26 (2)
1956 Ford, 14 [Chrysler, 22]
1955 Oldsmobile, 10 (3)[Chrysler 27]
1954 Hudson, 17 (3)
1953 Hudson, 22 (2)
1952 Hudson, 27
1951 Oldsmobile, 20
1950 Oldsmobile, 10

Manufacturer Titles
Chevrolet 42 [most recently in 2023]
Ford 17 [most recently in 2020]
Toyota 3 [most recently in 2019]
Hudson 3 [most recently in 1954, no longer in business]
Oldsmobile 3 [most recently in 1955, no longer in business]
Dodge 2 [most recently in 1975, no longer in NASCAR]
Buick 2 [most recently in 1982, no longer in NASCAR]
Plymouth 1 [most recently in 1971, no longer in business]
Pontiac 1 [most recently in 1962, no longer in business]

Driver Championships by Manufacturer
year, manufacturer(number of champs), car# & driver (number of champs)

2023 Ford(11), #12-Ryan Blaney
2022 Ford(10), #22-Joey Logano(2)
2021 Chevrolet(33), #5-Kyle Larson
2020 Chevrolet(32), #9-Chase Elliott
2019 Toyota(3), #18-Kyle Busch(2)
2018 Ford(9), #22-Joey Logano
2017 Toyota(2), #78-Martin Truex Jr.
2016 Chevrolet(31), #48-Jimmie Johnson(7)
2015 Toyota (1), #18-Kyle Busch
2014 Chevrolet(30), #4-Kevin Harvick
2013 Chevrolet(29), #48-Jimmie Johnson(6)
2012 Dodge(5), #2-Brad Keselowski
2011 Chevrolet(28), #14-Tony Stewart(3)
2010 Chevrolet(27), #48-Jimmie Johnson(5)
2009 Chevrolet(26), #48-Jimmie Johnson(4)
2008 Chevrolet(25), #48-Jimmie Johnson(3)
2007 Chevrolet(24), #48-Jimmie Johnson(2)
2006 Chevrolet(23), #48-Jimmie Johnson
2005 Chevrolet(22), #20-Tony Stewart(2)
2004 Ford(8), #97-Kurt Busch
2003 Ford(7), #17-Matt Kenseth
2002 Pontiac(5), #20-Tony Stewart
2001 Chevrolet(21), #24-Jeff Gordon(4)
2000 Pontiac(4), #18-Bobby Labonte
1999 Ford(6), #88-Dale Jarrett
1998 Chevrolet(20), #24-Jeff Gordon(3)
1997 Chevrolet(19), #24-Jeff Gordon(2)
1996 Chevrolet(18), #5-Terry Labonte(2)
1995 Chevrolet(17), #24-Jeff Gordon
1994 Chevrolet(16), #3-Dale Earnhardt(7)
1993 Chevrolet(15), #3-Dale Earnhardt(6)
1992 Ford(5), #7-Alan Kulwicki
1991 Chevrolet(14), #3-Dale Earnhardt(5)
1990 Chevrolet(13), #3-Dale Earnhardt(4)
1989 Pontiac(3), #27-Rusty Wallace
1988 Ford(4), #9-Bill Elliott
1987 Chevrolet(12), #3-Dale Earnhardt(3)
1986 Chevrolet(11), #3-Dale Earnhardt(2)
1985 Chevrolet(10), #11-Darrell Waltrip(3)
1984 Chevrolet(9), #44-Terry Labonte
1983 Buick(3), #22-Bobby Allison (also drove Chevrolet in 3 races)
1982 Buick(2), #11-Darrell Waltrip(2)
1981 Buick(1), #11-Darrell Waltrip (also drove Chevrolet in 1 race)
1980 Chevrolet(8), #2-Dale Earnhardt (also drove Oldsmobile in 4 races)
1979 Chevrolet(7), #43-Richard Petty(7) (also drove Oldsmobile in 7 races)
1978 Oldsmobile(4), #11-Cale Yarborough(3)
1977 Chevrolet(6), #11-Cale Yarborough(2)
1976 Chevrolet(5), #11-Cale Yarborough
1975 Dodge(4), #43-Richard Petty(6)
1974 Dodge(3), #43-Richard Petty(5)
1973 Chevrolet(4), #72-Benny Parsons (drove a Mercury in the spring race at Bristol)
Pre-Modern Era
1972 Plymouth(5), #43-Richard Petty(4), ran 12 races in Dodge, 19 in a Plymouth
1971 Plymouth(4), #43-Richard Petty(3)
1970 Dodge(2), #71-Bobby Isaac
1969 Ford(3), #17-David Pearson(3)
1968 Ford(2), #17-David Pearson(2)
1967 Plymouth(3), #43-Richard Petty(2)
1966 Dodge(1), #6-David Pearson
1965 Ford(1), #11-Ned Jarrett(2)
1964 Plymouth(2), #43-Richard Petty
1963 Pontiac(2), #8/#2/#17/#41/#05/#57/#361/#36/#88/#83 -Joe Weatherly (drove the #8 Bud Moore Pontiac in 25 races & #8 Mercury in 9 races for Bud Moore
but also drove #41-Plymouth for Petty in one race as well as Pontiac’s(15 races), Dodge(2), Chrysler(1) for other owners)
1962 Pontiac(1), #8-Joe Weatherly (also drove one race in the #17 Ford for Fred Hard at Richmond)
1961 Chevrolet(3), #11-Ned Jarrett (also drove Ford in five early season races)
1960 Chevrolet(2), #4/#15/#41/#74-Rex White (also drove #15 Ford, #41 Ford & #74 Chevy each in one race)
1959 Plymouth(1), #42/#43-Lee Petty(3) (drove a Plymouth for 25 races, Oldsmobile for 17; drove the #43 in two races)
1958 Oldsmobile(3), #42/#2-Lee Petty(2) (drove #2 in final race while Richard drove the #42)
1957 Chevrolet(1), #87-Buck Baker(2) (all 40 races in the #87 Chevy)
1956 Chrysler(3), #87/#31/#00/#300/#301/#300C/#500B/#501/#502-Buck Baker (drove 30 races in Chrysler, 14 in Dodge & 4 in Ford)
1955 Chrysler(3), #300/#310/#16/#2-Tim Flock(2)(ran the #2 Chevrolet in one race for different owner)
1954 Chrysler(3), #42/#100-Lee Petty (drove 22 of 24 races in Chrysler, 11 in Dodge and one in the #100 Oldsmobile)
1953 Hudson(3), #92-Herb Thomas
1952 Hudson(2), #91-Tim Flock
1951 Hudson(1) #92/#6/#99/#41.5-Herb Thomas (14 races in Hudson including 11 final races; 20 in Plymouth and one in the #41.5 Oldsmobile)
1950 Oldsmobile(2), #60/#80-Bill Rexford (also ran #8 Mercury, #61 Ford and #20, #59, #61, #62 Oldsmobile’s)
1949 Oldsmobile(1), #22-Red Byron

Driver Titles by Manufacturer
Chevrolet 33 [most recently in 2021]
Ford 11 [most recently in 2023]
Dodge 5 [most recently in 2012, no longer in NASCAR]
Pontiac 5 [most recently in 2002, no longer in business]
Plymouth 5 [most recently in 1972, no longer in business]
Oldsmobile 4 [most recently in 1978, no longer in business]
Toyota 3 [most recently in 2019]
Buick 3 [most recently in 1983, no longer in NASCAR]
Chrysler 3 [most recently in 1956, no longer in NASCAR]
Hudson 3 [most recently in 1953, no longer in business]

Longest race win streaks (10 races+) by Manufacturer (1949-current):
1965: Ford, 32
1991/1992: Ford, 13
2007: Chevrolet, 12
1969: Ford, 11
1967: Plymouth, 10 (all Richard Petty)
1982: Buick, 10
and current manufacturer not on the list above:
2015(2), 2016, 2017: Toyota, 4
(calculated using racing-reference.info).


Chevrolet clinches 2023 NASCAR Cup Series Manufacturer Championship: At the green flag in the Round of Eight elimination race at Martinsville Speedway, Chevrolet clinched the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series Manufacturer Championship. This marks the third consecutive year, and 42nd time overall, that Chevrolet has won the prestigious title in NASCAR’s premier series. Chevrolet won its first manufacturer championship in the NASCAR Cup Series in 1958, later recording a streak of 13 consecutive titles between 2003 – 2015. In addition to its 42 NASCAR Cup Series manufacturer championships, Chevrolet has also amassed 850 victories and 33 driver championships in NASCAR’s premier series – continuing Chevrolet’s legacy as the winningest manufacturer in NASCAR. The accolade caps off a title sweep for Chevrolet across the NASCAR national ranks, with the manufacturer already clinching its 11th NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Manufacturer Championship and 25th Bill France Performance Cup in the NASCAR Xfinity Series at Homestead-Miami Speedway last weekend. This marks Chevrolet’s fifth time sweeping the manufacturer championship titles across all three NASCAR national series – also accomplishing the feat in 2012, 2005, 1998 and 1996.(Team Chevy – full PR here)(10-29-2023)

CHASE ELLIOTT CAPTURES 800th WIN FOR CHEVROLET IN NASCAR CUP SERIES: Chase Elliott’s win of the inaugural EchoPark Texas Grand Prix at Circuit of The Americas (COTA) in his #9 Llumar Camaro ZL1 1LE scored the 800th all-time victory for Chevrolet in NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) competition. This unprecedented win secured a significant milestone for Chevrolet as the most successful manufacturer in NASCAR history. In addition to reaching this 800th triumph for the brand, Elliott brought the Camaro ZL1 1LE to Victory Lane for the 14th time since becoming Chevrolet’s flagship NCS race vehicle in 2020, and the fifth time in the 2021 NCS season.
Due to inclement weather, the EchoPark Texas Grand Prix was called with 14 laps to go. Elliott’s triumph marks the first appearance for the NCS in its debut at COTA, a 3.4-mile, 20-turn, counterclockwise track circuit track with multiple elevation changes that that flow with the hilly landscape. This win was Elliott’s 12th NCS career victory, his sixth road course win, and first of the 2021 NCS season. It also celebrated the 268th victory for Rick Hendrick and Hendrick Motorsports. Chevrolet’s rich heritage in NASCAR competition began when Fonty Flock took the checkered flag on March 26,1955 at Columbia Raceway in Columbia, South Carolina in his ’55 Chevy. Sixty-six years later, the ‘Bowtie Brand’ continues to set the mark. To date, Chevrolet has earned 32 Driver titles and 39 Manufacturer titles en route to its 800 victories. No manufacturer has carried more drivers and teams to championships in NASCAR’s premier division than Chevrolet.(Chevy PR)(5-23-2021)

Years, Chevy Model
1955 – 1958: Bel Air, Biscayne
1959: Bel Air, Impala
1960 – 1964: 46 Impala
1966 – 1968: Chevelle
1971: Camaro, Monte Carlo
1972: Monte Carlo
1973 – 1977: Monte Carlo (30), Chevelle Laguna/Laguna S-3
1978 – April 23, 1989: Monte Carlo
May 7, 1989 – 1994:  Lumina
1995 – 2006: Monte Carlo
2007: Monte Carlo SS, Impala SS
2008: Impala SS
2009 – 2012: Impala
2013 – 2017: Chevrolet SS
2018 – 2019: Camaro ZL1
2020 – current: Camaro ZL1 1LE
(Chevrolet)

CHEVROLET MILESTONE VICTORIES LIST:
1st WIN: 3/26/55 – Fonty Flock, Columbia, SC
100th WIN: 7/07/62 – Rex White – Columbia, SC
200th WIN: 6/11/78 – Benny Parsons – Riverside, CA (road course)
300th WIN: 4/20/86 – Dale Earnhardt, Sr. – North Wilkesboro, NC
400th WIN: 9/10/94 – Terry Labonte – Richmond, VA
500th WIN: 8/12/01 – Jeff Gordon – Watkins Glen, NY (road course)
600th WIN: 3/25/07 – Kyle Busch – Bristol, TN
700th WIN: 11/4/12 – Jimmie Johnson – Fort Worth, TX
800th WIN: 5/23/21 – Chase Elliott – Austin, TX (COTA) (road course)

DURATION BETWEEN MILESTONE CHEVROLET WINS:
1st to 100th: 2660 days = 7 years, 3 months, 11 days
100th to 200th: 5818 days = 15 years, 11 months, 4 days
200th to 300th: 2870 days = 7 years, 10 months, 9 days
300th to 400th: 3065 days = 8 years, 4 months, 21 days
400th to 500h: 2528 days = 6 years, 11 months, 2 days
500th to 600th: 2051 days = 5 years, 7 months, 13 days
600th to 700th: 2051 days = 5 years, 7 months, 10 days
700th to 800th: 3122 days = 8 years, 6 months, 19 days

Chevrolet Fun Fact:
There are seven families who have had multiple members win a NASCAR Cup Series race driving a Chevy.
Bobby and Donnie Allison
Buck and Buddy Baker
Kyle and Kurt Busch
Dale and Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Ned and Dale Jarrett
Terry and Bobby Labonte
Darrell and Michael Waltrip

WINS BY CHEVROLET NAMEPLATE:
Monte Carlo/Monte Carlo SS = 396
Impala/Impala SS = 152
Camaro/Camaro ZL1/Camaro ZL1 1LE(current car) = 84
Chevrolet SS = 73
Lumina = 61
Bel Air or Biscayne = 55
Chevelle/Chevelle Laguna/Laguna S-3 = 36
(Current)


FORD MILESTONE VICTORIES LIST:
1st WIN: 6/25/1950 – Jimmy Florian, Dayton Speedway
100th WIN: 6/10/1962 – Fred Lorenzen, Atlanta International Raceway
200th WIN: 10/3/1965 – Junior Johnson, North Wilkesboro Speedway
300th WIN: 6/7/1981 – Benny Parsons, Texas World Speedway
400th WIN: 3/20/1993 – Morgan Shepherd, Atlanta Motor Speedway (Blizzard race, snowed out 3/15/93)
500th WIN: 4/9/2000 – Mark Martin, Martinsville Speedway
600th WIN: 2/20/2011 – Trevor Bayne, Daytona Internal Speedway (his first and only Cup win)
700th WIN: 8/23/2020 – Kevin Harvick, Dover Speedway

Years, Ford Model
1949 – 1955: Ford
1956 – 1959: Ford Fairlane
1960 – 1968: Ford Thunderbird/Ford Galaxie
1968 – 1971: Ford Torino
1969 – 1969: Ford Talladega
1978 – 1997: Ford Thunderbird
1998 – 2005: Ford Taurus
2006 – 2018: Ford Fusion
2019 – current: Ford Mustang

Ford Fun Fact:
There are five families who have had multiple members win a NASCAR Cup Series race driving a Ford.
Bobby, Donnie and Davey Allison
John and Mario Andretti
Buck and Buddy Baker
Ned and Dale Jarrett
Richard and Kyle Petty


Generations of the NASCAR Cup Cars

Generation 1: 1948-1966
-Strictly stock frame and body.
-Doors strapped shut, seat belts required.
-Heavy-duty rear axle required to keep cars from flipping during the race.

Generation 2: 1967-1980
-Stock body with a modified frame.
-Modified chassis became part of the sport with Holman-Moody, Banjo Matthews and Hutchenson-Pagan building chassis for teams.

Generation 3: 1981-1991
-Wheel base reduced to 110 inches.
-NASCAR downsizes cars to better resemble cars on the showroom floor.
-Body panels still purchased through manufacturers.

Generation 4: 1992-2006
-Highly-modified body.
-Teams spent hours in wind tunnel to gain aero edge.
-Bumpers/nose and tail composed of molded fiberglass based off of production counterparts.

Generation 5/Car of Tomorrow(COT): 2007-2012
-Introduced new era of safety.
-Common body and chassis for all manufacturers reduced need for track-specific race cars.
-Front splitter, rear wing offer teams aero adjustment options.
-Competitors and fans missed the look of the spoiler, so it returned at Martinsville on March 27, 2010.

Generation 6: 2013-2021
-Manufacturer-unique body panels placed on existing chassis.
-Enhanced body designs better resemble the cars found in showrooms across the United States.
-Design puts the ‘stock’ back into stock car racing.

Generation 7/Next Gen: 2022-Current
-The body is designed to be symmetrical.
-Wheels go from 15 inches to 18 inches and will be aluminum and feature a single lug nut.
-Other features include a sequential shifter and independent rear suspension.

More info at the NASCAR Next Generation Car page


Past Season Manufacturers Standings Pages:
2024, 2023, 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017