13 drivers with most all-time wins at Bristol Motor Speedway Tim Durr @timdurr Apr 17, 2017 at 12:58p ET Only a few active drivers have had consistent success at Bristol Motor Speedway and will surely aim to add to their win totals this weekend. Check out the 13 drivers with the most wins all-time at Bristol: RacingOne ISC Archives via Getty Images 13 Fred Lorenzen, 3 wins Lorenzen won at Bristol in three-straight races in 1964-65 at Bristol and became the first driver to win multiple races at the short track. RacingOne ISC Archives via Getty Images 12 Richard Petty, 3 The King reigned supreme at so many tracks but Bristol wasn’t his most successful. He swept the 1975 races after winning his first at the track in 1967. RacingOne ISC Archives via Getty Images 11 Bobby Allison, 4 One of the guys who kept Petty from winning more at Bristol was Allison. He won He won in 1969, 1970, and swept the races in 1972. RacingOne ISC Archives via Getty Images 10 Matt Kenseth, 4 Kenseth has a chance to take his total to five this weekend. He won his first race at Bristol in 2005 and most recently got a win for Joe Gibbs Racing in the 2015 spring race. Getty Images Getty Images 9 Carl Edwards, 4 Edwards won his first three races at Bristol with Roush Fenway Racing. His patented backflip happened for the last time at Bristol in last year’s spring race. Getty Images Matt Sullivan 8 Kyle Busch, 5 The younger Busch brother hasn’t been to Victory Lane at Bristol since 2011. He’s going to be a contender to change that this weekend. © Nigel Kinrade 1240 Briers Creek Drive Alpharetta, Georgia 30004 Nigel Kinrade/Autostock 7 Kurt Busch, 5 The older Busch brother has an even longer drought at Bristol with his last win coming in 2006. no commercial use without written permission, Copyrighted Images, Robert LeSieur@aol.com Tel. USA 843 672 9777 All Copyright Law © Robert LeSieur Photo 6 Jeff Gordon, 5 Gordon dominated on the short tracks of NASCAR and won a lot in his early career at Bristol. The now retired FOX NASCAR broadcaster won his last race at the short track in 2002. 2001 SNOWBOUND, ALL RIGHTS RESER 5 David Pearson, 5 Pearson dominated at Bristol from 1967 to 1971 and scored all five wins in that timeframe. RacingOne ISC Archives via Getty Images 4 Cale Yarborough, 9 After Pearson and Allison dominated Bristol in the 1960s, Yarborough started his streak of dominance with eight of his nine wins coming in a 12-race stretch from 1973 to 1978. RacingOne ISC Archives via Getty Images 3 Rusty Wallace, 9 If you went to Bristol in the 1980 and ‘90s, you’d likely see Wallace or Earnhardt in Victory Lane. Wallace stretched his nine wins across 14 years at the short track. Getty Images Jonathan Ferrey 2 Dale Earnhardt, 9 The Intimidator was known for his dominance on the superspeedways of Daytona and Talladega but he got the job done on the shortest NASCAR tracks, too. Getty Images 1 Darrell Waltrip, 12 Nobody had more success or dominance at Bristol than DW. The FOX NASCAR broadcaster won seven straight races at the track from 1981-84, a truly remarkable accomplishment. ISC Archives via Getty Images RacingOne Next Gallery 4 3 reasons Joe Gibbs Racing can feel optimistic about Bristol Start Gallery » FOX Fantasy Auto Form a Racing Team, Compete for Prizes Play Now!