19 drivers who won during Ryan Newman’s winless streak Chase Wilhelm Mar 21, 2017 at 3:05p ET Ryan Newman snapped a 127-race winless streak with a stunning victory in Sunday’s Camping World 500 at Phoenix Raceway. During that long span, 19 different drivers won Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races. Check out who rolled into Victory Lane and how many victories they racked up during Newman’s dry spell. Getty Images Getty Images Jamie McMurray, 1 win McMurray is going through his own winless streak. His last victory came in the 2013 fall race at Talladega. Getty Images Getty Images Aric Almirola, 1 Almirola put the No. 43 Richard Petty Motorsports Ford in Victory Lane in a rain-shortened Coke Zero 400 at Daytona. © Russell LaBounty/LAT Photo USA Russell LaBounty AJ Allmendinger, 1 The road-course ace won his only Monster Energy Series race in August 2014 at Watkins Glen. NASCAR NASCAR via Getty Images Tony Stewart, 1 Stewart scored his 49th and final Cup victory at Sonoma in July 2016 before retiring from full-time racing. Getty Images Getty Images Kyle Larson, 1 Larson beat out Chase Elliott to earn his first career Monster Energy Series win at Michigan in August 2016. Getty Images Sean Gardner Chris Buescher, 1 Buescher was in the right place at the right time when the skies opened up at Pocono in August 2016. Getty Images Getty Images Kasey Kahne, 2 Another driver suffering through a winless streak, Kahne’s last victory was at Atlanta in 2014. NASCAR NASCAR via Getty Images Kurt Busch, 5 Of the five times Busch won, his 2017 Daytona 500 triumph tops them all. Jeff Gordon, 6 The four-time Cup champion and FOX NASCAR analyst scored his final win in the fall race at Martinsville in 2015 in his last full-time season. WPPROD Martin Truex Jr., 6 Winning both the Coca-Cola 600 and Southern 500 in 2016 highlights Truex’s six victories. Getty Images Getty Images Dale Earnhardt Jr., 7 Earnhardt has broken into Victory Lane on seven occasions since Newman’s Indy win, including the 2014 Daytona 500. MCT MCT via Getty Images Denny Hamlin, 7 The marquee victory of Hamlin’s seven wins was the 2016 Daytona 500, beating Truex by 0.010 seconds. NASCAR NASCAR via Getty Images Carl Edwards, 8 The 2016 fall race at Texas could have very well been Edwards’ final Cup victory after walking away from NASCAR racing before the 2017 season. Getty Images Getty Images Matt Kenseth, 10 This is number is impressive considering Kenseth was winless during the 2014 season. NASCAR NASCAR via Getty Images Kyle Busch, 12 Rowdy also earned the 2015 champion after missing a good portion of the season due to a broken leg. NASCAR NASCAR via Getty Images Brad Keselowski, 13 Keselowski recorded 13 victories at nine different track over the course of Newman’s winless streak. , LAT Images www.latphoto.co.uk Lesley Ann Miller Kevin Harvick, 14 Among Harvick’s 14 wins included the 2014 season finale at Homestead which led to winning his first championship. Joey Logano, 15 Logano’s 2015 Daytona 500 victory is the most prestigious of his 15 wins. ©, Michael L. Levitt ©2015, Michael L. Levitt Jimmie Johnson, 16 No surprise here. Along with 16 wins, the seven-time champion also earned two titles during Newman’s 127-race streak in 2013 and 2016. Next Gallery 10 Monster Energy Series drivers with multiple Western Swing wins Start Gallery » FOX Fantasy Auto Form a Racing Team, Compete for Prizes Play Now!