Kevin Harvick hit the milestone of 100 wins across all NASCAR national series with his victory on Sunday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
Harvick dominated by winning the first two stages of the race, then closed out his 39th Monster Energy Series win by leading 214 of the 267 laps at the 1.5-mile track. He notched his 99th win a week prior at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
“I think as you look back and you look at all the different wins and the wins that we have had here and at KHI and Richard Childress Racing and Junior Motorsports. All the different vehicles I have been fortunate to drive, and there have been a lot of good ones,” Harvick said. “I know how hard it is to get to Victory Lane and to know we have been there 100 times is something I almost can’t fathom.”
Harvick also has 47 wins in the Xfinity Series and 14 wins in the Camping World Truck Series. Sunday’s win at Las Vegas tied team co-owner Tony Stewart for the most wins (16 apiece) for a single driver at Stewart-Haas Racing.
Only three drivers rank above Harvick on the all-time combined wins list; David Pearson with 106 wins, Kyle Busch with 184 combined victories and Richard Petty with 200 trips to Victory Lane.