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Hace 3 días · Born in Richburg, South Carolina, Baker began his NASCAR career in 1949 and won his first race three years later at Columbia Speedway. Twenty-seven years later, Baker retired after 1976 National 500. During his NASCAR Cup Series career, Baker won two championships, 46 races and 45 pole positions, as well as recorded
20 de feb. de 2023 · Below is a complete list of every Daytona 500 winner, dating back to the original in 1959. 2023 – Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 2022 – Austin Cindric. 2021 – Michael McDowell. 2020 – Denny Hamlin ...
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- Richard Petty – 200 Wins
- David Pearson – 105 Wins
- Jeff Gordon – 93 Wins
- T-4. Bobby Allison – 84 Wins
- T-4. Darrell Waltrip – 84 Wins
- T-6. Jimmie Johnson – 83 Wins
- T-6. Cale Yarborough – 83 Wins
- Dale Earnhardt – 76 Wins
- Kyle Busch – 61 Wins
- Kevin Harvick – 60 Wins
The King was a seven-time Cup champion (1964, '67, '71, '72, '74, '75, '79) who won the Daytona 500 a record seven times and won a hat-tipping 27 times — including 10 straight checkered flags — in 1967.
The Silver Fox was a three-time Cup champ (1966, '68, '69) known for his track versatility and rivalry with Richard Petty. Pearson passed away on Nov. 12, 2018, in his hometown of Spartanburg, S.C.
The Rainbow Warrior made his Cup Series debut in the now-legendary 1992 Hooters 500 at Atlanta, which also happened to be Richard Petty’s final run. The poster boy for a new era in NASCAR, Gordon won four Cup titles (1995, '97, '98, 2001).
The 1983 Cup champ took the Daytona 500 checkers three times, but his 1979 fight with Cale Yarborough might be his most famous Daytona 500 moment.
"Boogity Boogity Boogity," Ol D.W. won three Cup championships (1981, '82, '85) before becoming one of the most beloved broadcasters in the sport’s history as a color commentator for FOX Sports.
Arguably the most underrated dynasty in sports, Johnson (and crew chief Chad Knaus) won seven Cup championships (2006, '07, '08, '09, '10, '13, '16) for Hendrick Motorsports. Johnson retired from full-time racing after the 2020 season, his legacy secure as he is tied with Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt for the most Cup titles.
The first driver to three-peat as Cup champ (1976, '77, '78), Yarborough's feat has since been surpassed by Jimmie Johnson, who won five straight from 2006-10.
As iconic as any figure in sports, The Intimidator won a Cup record-tying seven championships (1980, '86, '87, '90, '91, '93, '94) before tragically dying at age 49 in a crash on the last lap of the 2001 Daytona 500. The Man in Black was also part of one of racing's royal families, as the son of early-pioneer Ralph Earnhardt and father of the ever-...
The 2015 Cup champion is a throwback personality that has rubbed fans, sponsors and car owners the wrong way at various points in his career. But Rowdy's talent is undeniable. In 2005, the phenom from Las Vegas became NASCAR's youngest Cup Series pole winner, at 19 years and 317 days. And even though he switched teams for 2023 (from Joe Gibbs Racin...
The 2014 Cup champion turned 47 in December and has announced that 2023 will be his final season. But he's still running strong, as his nine wins in 2020 were the most in his impressive career (topping eight in 2018). He also posted five straight top-five points finishes from 2017-21, so The Closer may be able to drive off in the sunset on one more...
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Hace 20 horas · 88 - Buddy Baker 33 - Harry Gant Daytona 500 [ edit] The Daytona 500, was held February 14, 1988, at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. Ken Schrader won the pole. Top ten results 12 - Bobby Allison 28 - Davey Allison 55 - Phil Parsons 75 - Neil Bonnett 11 - Terry Labonte 25 - Ken Schrader 27 - Rusty Wallace
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20 de feb. de 2023 · 1980 – Buddy Baker. 1979 – Richard Petty. 1978 – Bobby Allison. 1977 – Cale Yarborough. 1976 – David Pearson. 1975 – Benny Parsons. 1974 – Richard Petty.