The list spanning NASCAR’s best road course drivers is led by four-time champion Jeff Gordon and three-time champion Tony Stewart. The two have a combined 17 wins between them at this type of circuit, with Gordon’s nine wins holding a slight advantage over Stewart’s eight.
Who has the most road course wins in a row in Nascar?
The most consecutive wins in NASCAR history is 10 and that was accomplished by Richard Petty in 1967.
How many road course wins for Jeff Gordon?
The all-time road course wins record belongs to Gordon: nine (in 47 races).
Which Nascar drivers are good on dirt?
NASCAR Driver Averages at Dirt Tracks
|Driver||Avg Rating *|
|2||Ricky Stenhouse Jr.||98.4|
Which Nascar driver has the most dirt track experience?
Larson, who has arguably the most dirt experience of any Cup driver, will have the most experience on the Bristol dirt. Larson is currently entered into the Camping World Truck Series’ Pinty’s Dirt Truck Race on the temporary surface the day before the Cup event.
What are the two road courses in Nascar?
Watkins Glen and Sonoma are the two road courses the Cup Series currently visit.
What are the 7 road courses in Nascar?
This year’s schedule will have seven road course races total — at Daytona, Circuit of the Americas, Sonoma, Road America, Watkins Glen, Indianapolis and Charlotte, which is one more than NASCAR originally intended.
Does Jeff Gordon still own the 48 car?
Gordon, along with Rick Hendrick, co-owns the No. 48 Chevrolet previously driven by Jimmie Johnson, who won seven Cup championships from 2006 to 2010, 2013, and in 2016.
Has Kevin Harvick ever won a road-course?
His only road-course win, as a matter of fact, came way back in 2006 at WGI when he was driving the No. 29 Goodwrench Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing. That was a long time ago, and he’s never won at Sonoma. … In 28 career combined road-course starts, Harvick owns 12 top-10 finishes.
Who will replace Jimmie Johnson 2021?
Hendrick Motorsports announced Tuesday that Alex Bowman will replace Jimmie Johnson next season, shifting to the organization’s No. 48 Chevrolet for the NASCAR Cup Series in 2021.
Who has the longest Nascar career?
He competed in NASCAR for over 50 years, having one of the longest careers in the sport.
|Last win||1993 Motorcraft Quality Parts 500 (Atlanta)|
|Wins Top tens Poles 4 168 7|
|NASCAR Xfinity Series career|
|453 races run over 33 years|
Has Kyle Busch raced on dirt?
Busch did not compete in those races, but his KBM team not only competed but won on the flat, half-mile dirt track. Bubba Wallace brought home the victory for KBM in 2014, and former KBM driver and Busch’s current JGR teammate Christopher Bell won the 2015 edition of the race.
Is Nascar going to race on dirt?
Building on the success of the dirt races at Bristol Motor Speedway, Speedway Motorsports and Las Vegas Motor Speedway announced the 2021 fall NASCAR tripleheader weekend will be run on entirely on dirt at the speedway.
Does Chase Elliott have dirt track experience?
He participated in a dirt midget event at the 1/6-mile Millbridge Speedway near Salisbury, North Carolina in December, finishing third and fourth to Chase Briscoe and Kyle Larson in a pair of A-Main events. One of Elliott’s biggest takeaways from his experience so far is the fast pace of dirt racing.
Is Nascar racing on dirt at Bristol?
The NASCAR Cup Series will contest its first race on dirt since 1971 on March 28 at Bristol Motor Speedway. The track’s traditional concrete surface has been covered with multiple layers of clay to create a temporary 18-degree banked dirt track.
Is Ryan Blaney a dirt track racer?
Coming from a family with rich racing history, Ryan is the grandson of modified dirt track legend, Lou Blaney, and the son of former NASCAR driver and sprint car standout, Dave Blaney. … He won his first-career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Pocono and finished ninth in the point standings, a career-best.