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DARLINGTON, S.C.—Brad Keselowski has moved up the all-time wins list for the first time this year. Keselowski came away as the winner in the Bojangles’ Southern 500 Sunday at Darlington … Continue Reading Keselowski ties Paschal, Weatherly on wins list
Sorenson, who has raced in 10 Cup Series events this year, has been competing in the series since 2005.
Chase Elliott finished ninth in the Consumers Energy 400 at Michigan International Speedway Sunday in his 100th start in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Elliott, who picked up his … Continue Reading Chase Elliott finishes among top 10 in 100th start
Harvick was victorious for the seventh time in 2018, leading all drivers in wins this season.
Absent from the list are Kyle Busch and Martin Truex Jr., who have combined to score nine wins this season.
Elliott posted a top-five finish and stage win at New Hampshire.
“These races are hard to win,” Harvick said.
Martin Truex leads all drivers with 592 career stage points. Kyle Busch has earned the second most at 583 and Kyle Larson has the third most at 528.
SPARTA, Ky.—As if a win on NASCAR’s largest stage wasn’t enough for Erik Jones last weekend at Daytona International Speedway, Jones has another shot at NASCAR history Saturday in the … Continue Reading Back-to-Back: Erik Jones “capable” of NASCAR history
“We avoided the wrecks, we got a little bit of damage, but nothing too bad,” Earnhardt said.
The next three drivers ahead of Busch on the all-time wins list are Tony Stewart (49), Junior Johnson (50) and Ned Jarrett (50).
Kevin Harvick (497) is the next driver on the all-time stage points list who could mathematically hit the mark by earning three or more points next Saturday night at Daytona International Speedway.
All three drivers have 18 career wins apiece. The mark ties them for seventh all-time