What is the winningest number in Nascar history?

11 the most successful number in NASCAR history, the drivers who’ve won in it are a Who’s Who among NASCAR Hall of Famers. Cale Yarborough (2012) won 55 races in the No. 11, while Ned Jarrett (2011) won 49, Darrell Waltrip (2012) 43 and Junior Johnson (2010) 11.

What number has the most wins in NASCAR?

All-time NASCAR Cup Series winners

Driver Wins
Richard Petty 200
David Pearson 105
Jeff Gordon 93
Bobby Allison 84

What number has never been used in NASCAR?

Only one number has been retired in a NASCAR series. Richie Evans won nine Whelen Modified titles before his death during a practice run at Martinsville, Va., in 1985. His No. 61 has not been used in the series since.

How many wins does the 24 car have?

Hendrick Motorsports Car No. 24

Career
Debut 1992 Hooters 500 (Atlanta)
Latest race 2021 Season Finale 500 (Phoenix)
Drivers’ Championships 4
Race victories 95

What is the most popular race car number?

The No. 11 car being the most winning number in NASCAR history may be the biggest surprise in this entire list. It’s most recent popularity and success has come from the current driver Denny Hamlin with 32 wins – the most recent during the 2019 Daytona 500.

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Who has the most NASCAR wins in 2021?

2021 NASCAR Cup Series Standings

Standings
RK DRIVER WINS
1 Kyle Larson 10
2 Martin Truex Jr. 4
3 Denny Hamlin 2

What was Dale Earnhardt number?

Dale Earnhardt was best known for his black No. 3 Chevy, which earned him one his the nicknames “The Man in Black.”

Has any Nascar number retired?

In NASCAR, only once has a number been unofficially retired; that is in the Whelen Modified Tour, where number 61 is retired for Richie Evans after his death in 1985. NASCAR unofficially retired the number 3 in honour of Dale Earnhardt Sr. after his death on the track at the 2001 Daytona 500.

Why did Nascar not retired the number 3?

Officially, Childress didn’t retire 3 shortly after Earnhardt’s death in the 2001 Daytona 500. NASCAR doesn’t retire numbers; rather, it owns and leases them to owners on an annual renewal basis. Childress simply paid to keep 3 in reserve until he was once again ready to use it. … None of that mattered to Childress.

Who drove 28 NASCAR?

David Carl Allison (February 25, 1961 – July 13, 1993) was an American NASCAR driver. He was best known for driving the No. 28 Texaco-Havoline Ford for Robert Yates Racing in the Winston Cup Series (now the NASCAR Cup Series).

What car does Jeff Gordon own?

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. Gordon also has an equity stake in the No. 24 team.

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Who is the number 1 NASCAR driver?

NASCAR Car #1

Driver Top 10’s
1 Jamie McMurray 88
2 Rick Mast 27
3 Martin Truex Jr. 37
4 Steve Park 33

Who owns the 23 car in Nascar?

Bubba Wallace is currently the team’s only driver, piloting the No. 23 Toyota, and Busch will become the second racer for 23XI in its second season. He’ll have sponsorship from longtime partner Monster Energy.

What car has won the most races?

Ferrari hold the record for the most Grand Prix victories, having won 238 times.

Who is the oldest driver in Nascar?

Hershel McGriff currently holds the record for being the oldest person to compete in a NASCAR race at the age of 90 years, 4 months, 21 days.