Active drivers with most wins at all 23 NASCAR tracks Tom Jensen @tomjensen100 Dec 21, 2016 at 4:54p ET Active drivers with most wins at each NASCAR track The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series will visit 23 different races tracks in 2017. Ten of those tracks will host one race each, while 13 will host a pair of events each. All 23 tracks are unique, and all have at least one driver who’s had more success there than the other 39 drivers in the race. With that in mind, we did a little digging to find the active full-time drivers with the most victories at each of the 23 tracks. Here you go: NASCAR Illustrated Sporting News via Getty Images Atlanta Motor Speedway Jimmie Johnson, who doesn’t have many bad tracks, leads the way with five victories here. Getty Images Getty Images Auto Club Speedway This is Southern California native Johnson’s home track, so the fact that he leads his peers with seven wins is not shocking. Getty Images Getty Images Bristol Motor Speedway Busch brothers Kyle and Kurt are each five-time winners at the 0.533-mile oval, and Kyle’s Joe Gibbs Racing teammates Matt Kenseth and Carl Edwards each are four-time Bristol winners. Charlotte Motor Speedway Hendrick Motorsports is just down the road from CMS, where Johnson leads all drivers with eight Cup points race victories. NASCAR NASCAR via Getty Images Chicagoland Speedway Now that three-time Chicagoland winner Tony Stewart is officially retired, Kevin Harvick and Brad Keselowski lead active drivers with two wins each here. Getty Images Getty Images for NASCAR Darlington Raceway Jeff Gordon won seven times at The Track Too Tough to Tame, but he’s retired now and that makes his Hendrick Motorsports teammate Johnson the active leader with three Darlington victories. Getty Images Getty Images for NASCAR Daytona International Speedway Dale Earnhardt Jr. has won the Daytona 500 twice and the Coke Zero 400 twice, which makes him No. 1 at NASCAR’s top track with four victories. NASCAR NASCAR via Getty Images Dover International Speedway Ten Monster Mile race victories for Johnson. No one else is even close to that number. Getty Images Getty Images Homestead-Miami Speedway Although he has not announced his 2017 plans, if any, Greg Biffle gets the nod with three victories at Homestead. Getty Images Getty Images Indianapolis Motor Speedway Are you sensing a theme here? You should, because the Brickyard is yet another track where Johnson has more wins (4) than any other active driver. Jeff Gordon is the all-time leader with five. Getty Images Getty Images for NASCAR Kansas Speedway Johnson leads again with three victories, but Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano and Matt Kenseth each have won twice there. NASCAR NASCAR via Getty Images Kentucky Speedway In six Cup races in the Bluegrass State, 2012 series champion Brad Keselowski has won exactly half of them. Getty Images Getty Images Las Vegas Motor Speedway Even in Sin City, Johnson leads the way, having won four races in Las Vegas. Martinsville Speedway Johnson’s nine wins lead all active drivers at the picturesque Virginia short track, but Richard Petty won a mind-boggling 15 times at the oldest track in NASCAR. NASCAR NASCAR via Getty Images Michigan International Speedway Once upon a time Roush Fenway Racing ruled MIS. Proof of the team’s dominance can be found in Greg Biffle’s four victories there, the most he has at any track and the most of any active driver. NASCAR NASCAR via Getty Images New Hampshire Motor Speedway Here’s a bit of a surprise: Johnson, Kenseth, Ryan Newman and Kurt Busch are all tied for the lead with three victories each in the Granite State. Getty Images Getty Images Phoenix International Raceway Not even a contest here, as Kevin Harvick has won a record eight races on the PIR desert track, where he is clearly in a league of his own. Pocono Raceway Denny Hamlin is tops with four victories at the Tricky Triangle, including a surprising sweep of both races from the pole in his rookie season of 2006. Getty Images Getty Images for NASCAR Richmond International Raceway No. 18 is No. 1 at RIR, where Kyle Busch has won four Cup races. He almost won a fifth in the spring, but was a victim of a last-lap bump-and-run from teammate Carl Edwards. Getty Images Getty Images for NASCAR Sonoma Raceway With Gordon and Stewart gone, two-time Sonoma winner Kyle Busch is at the top of the win list at the Northern California road course. Getty Images Getty Images Talladega Superspeedway With six victories on NASCAR’s biggest oval, Dale Earnhardt Jr. is the active win leader at this restrictor-plate track, just as he is at Daytona. Texas Motor Speedway Yeah, Johnson’s plenty good here, too, winning six Cup races deep in the heart of Texas. NASCAR NASCAR via Getty Images Watkins Glen International Like Sonoma, The Glen is a road course where the NASCAR teams race just once a year. And like Sonoma, Kyle Busch is the only active, full-time Cup driver to win twice at the Glen. Getty Images Getty Images Next Gallery 11 Season snapshot: Martin Truex Jr.'s 2016 year in review Start Gallery » FOX Fantasy Auto Form a Racing Team, Compete for Prizes Play Now!