Believe it or not, only four current NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams have drivers on their rosters who've won at Bristol Motor Speedway. Here are the 12 drivers entered in Saturday night's Bass Pro Shops 500 who are past winners at the 0.533-mile oval.
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Kasey Kahne, 1 victory
In 2013, Kahne won the spring race at Bristol and finished second in the August night race in his Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet. But he hasn't finished in the top 15 in his last four starts here.
Jimmie Johnson, 1
Bristol is a track where Johnson tends to be hit or miss. He has 10 top-five finishes here and has led 833 laps. In his last seven Bristol starts, Johnson has three top fives and four finishes of 19th or worse.
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Kevin Harvick, 1
The 2014 champion and his Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet should be competitive again this weekend. Harvick finished second in this race last year and won at Bristol way back in the spring of 2005.
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Denny Hamlin, 1
Four years ago Hamlin won the Bristol night race in his Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota and he's led 578 laps here en route to five top-five and nine top-10 finishes.
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Tony Stewart, 1
Stewart ranks fourth among active drivers with 1,355 laps led at Bristol, but his only victory came in 2001. In four different Bristol races, Stewart has led at least 200 laps but didn't win.
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Brad Keselowski, 2
The Team Penske driver swept both Bristol races in 2011 and finished second in the night race two years ago. He will be one of the drivers to beat on Sunday.
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Joey Logano, 2
Logano should carry a lot of confidence into Saturday night's race and with good reason: He's won this event in each of the last two seasons.
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Carl Edwards, 4
As a group, the four current JGR drivers have won 14 Sprint Cup races at Bristol. Edwards was the most recent, winning here back in April.
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Matt Kenseth, 4
Without a doubt, Kenseth comes into Bristol as one of the favorites. Among active drivers here, the 2003 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion is third in laps led with 1,572, and tied for second in victories.
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Kyle Busch, 5
Like his big brother Kurt, Kyle has five victories in Bristol, but none recently. His last Sprint Cup victory here came back in 2011. Kyle has led 1,704 laps at Bristol, second-best among active drivers.
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Kurt Busch, 5
Here's a crazy bit of trivia for you: Busch won four of his first seven Sprint Cup starts at Bristol. Since then, he's only won one of his next 24 starts here, and that was back in 2006.
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Jeff Gordon, 5
For the fourth consecutive race, Gordon is filling in for the ailing Dale Earnhardt Jr. Gordon is the active lap leader at Bristol, having been out front for 2,730 laps. Gordon hasn't won at Bristol since 2002.