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All-Time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Winners

After Race 27 of 2018 Season: Las Vegas
Active Drivers in BOLD

Driver
Wins
Richard Petty
200
David Pearson
105
Jeff Gordon
93
Bobby Allison
84
Darrell Waltrip
84
Jimmie Johnson
83
Cale Yarborough
83
Dale Earnhardt
76
Rusty Wallace
55
Lee Petty
54
Ned Jarrett
50
Junior Johnson
50
Kyle Busch
49
Tony Stewart
49
Herb Thomas
48
Buck Baker
46
Bill Elliott
44
Kevin Harvick
44
Mark Martin
40
Tim Flock
39
Matt Kenseth
39
Bobby Isaac
37
Fireball Roberts
33
Dale Jarrett
32
Denny Hamlin
31
Kurt Busch
30
Carl Edwards
28
Rex White
28
Brad Keselowski
27
Dale Earnhardt Jr.
26
Fred Lorenzen
26
Jim Paschal
25
Joe Weatherly
25
Ricky Rudd
23
Terry Labonte
22
Jeff Burton
21
Bobby Labonte
21
Benny Parsons
21
Jack Smith
21
Speedy Thompson
20
Davey Allison
19
Buddy Baker
19
Greg Biffle
19
Fonty Flock
19
Joey Logano
19
Martin Truex Jr.
19
Geoffrey Bodine
18
Neil Bonnett
18
Harry Gant
18
Kasey Kahne
18
Ryan Newman
18
Marvin Panch
17
Curtis Turner
17
Ernie Irvan
15
Dick Hutcherson
14
LeeRoy Yarbrough
14
Dick Rathmann
13
Tim Richmond
13
Donnie Allison
10
Clint Bowyer
10
Sterling Marlin
10
Paul Goldsmith
9
Cotton Owens
9
Bob Welborn
9
Kyle Petty
8
Darel Dieringer
7
A.J. Foyt
7
Jamie McMurray
7
Jim Reed
7
Marshall Teague
7
Ward Burton
5
Dan Gurney
5
Alan Kulwicki
5
Kyle Larson
5
Tiny Lund
5
Dave Marcis
5
Jeremy Mayfield
5
Ralph Moody
5
Lloyd Dane
4
Bob Flock
4
Charlie Glotzbach
4
Eddie Gray
4
Bobby Hamilton
4
Pete Hamilton
4
Parnelli Jones
4
Hershel McGriff
4
Joe Nemechek
4
Eddie Pagan
4
Ken Schrader
4
Morgan Shepherd
4
Nelson Stacy
4
Billy Wade
4
Michael Waltrip
4
Glen Wood
4
Bill Blair
3
Robby Gordon
3
Dick Linder
3
Frank Mundy
3
Elliott Sadler
3
Gwyn Staley
3
Brian Vickers
3
Marcos Ambrose
2
John Andretti
2
Johnny Beauchamp
2
Red Byron
2
Derrike Cope
2
Ricky Craven
2
Austin Dillon
2
Ray Elder
2
James Hylton
2
Bobby Johns
2
Joe Lee Johnson
2
Al Keller
2
Elmo Langley
2
Danny Letner
2
Juan Pablo Montoya
2
Billy Myers
2
Jimmy Pardue
2
Steve Park
2
Tom Pistone
2
Marvin Porter
2
David Ragan
2
David Reutimann
2
Gober Sosebee
2
Jimmy Spencer
2
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
2
Emanuel Zervakis
2
Johnny Allen
1
Aric Almirola
1
Bill Amick
1
Mario Andretti
1
AJ Allmendinger
1
Earl Balmer
1
Trevor Bayne
1
Johnny Benson
1
Ryan Blaney
1
Brett Bodine
1
Ron Bouchard
1
Richard Brickhouse
1
Dick Brooks
1
Chris Buescher
1
Bob Burdick
1
Marvin Burke
1
Neil Cole
1
Jim Cook
1
Mark Donohue
1
Chase Elliott
1
Joe Eubanks
1
Lou Figaro
1
Jimmy Florian
1
Larry Frank
1
Danny Graves
1
Royce Haggerty
1
Bobby Hillin Jr.
1
Jim Hurtubise
1
Erik Jones
1
John Kieper
1
Harold Kite
1
Paul Lewis
1
Johnny Mantz
1
Sam McQuagg
1
Casey Mears
1
Paul Menard
1
Lloyd Moore
1
Jerry Nadeau
1
Norm Nelson
1
Bill Norton
1
Phil Parsons
1
Dick Passwater
1
Lennie Pond
1
Bill Rexford
1
Jody Ridley
1
Shorty Rollins
1
Jim Roper
1
Earl Ross
1
John Rostek
1
Johnny Rutherford
1
Greg Sacks
1
Leon Sales
1
Frankie Schneider
1
Wendell Scott
1
Buddy Shuman
1
Regan Smith
1
John Soares
1
Lake Speed
1
Chuck Stevenson
1
Donald Thomas
1
Tommy Thompson
1
Art Watts
1
Danny Weinberg
1
Jack White
1

 

Richard Petty – All-Time Win Leader

Richard Petty, known as “The King,” co-holds the record for most NASCAR Cup Series series titles (7) with the late Dale Earnhardt and Jimmie Johnson.

Petty holds records for most series wins (200), poles (123), wins in a season (27 in 1967), consecutive wins (10 in 1967) and starts (1,185).

His last win came at Daytona International Speedway on July 4, 1984. Petty was named one of NASCAR’s 50 Greatest Drivers and was inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in 2010 as part of Hall’s inaugural class.

Jimmie Johnson – Active Win Leader

Jimmie Johnon won a record-tying seventh Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship in 2016; joining NASCAR Hall of Famers Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt as the only three drivers in series history to win seven titles (2006-2010, ’13, ’16).

Johnson, who is the first driver in series history to win five consecutive Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championships, is tied for sixth on the all-time wins list, with 83. Read More