Just now hitting his stride, 11 of Logano’s 14 career victories have come in the last two seasons with Team Penske. His best days may still be ahead of him.
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11. Kasey Kahne, 17
In 2006, Kahne wheeled Ray Evernham’s Dodges to six victories, the most wins Kahne has posted in a single season.
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11. Brad Keselowski, 17
Heading into just his sixth season as a full-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver, Keselowski already has a championship to his credit, taking the title in 2012.
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11. Ryan Newman, 17
Newman is a big-game performer: In 2002, he was the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Sunoco Rookie of the Year and won the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race. And Newman won the 2008 Daytona 500 and the 2013 Brickyard 400.
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10. Greg Biffle, 19
In 2005, Biffle won six races and finished second in points, both career bests.
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9. Carl Edwards, 25
In 2008, when he drove for Roush Fenway Racing, Edwards won nine races in a single season. No other driver has won that many races in any one year since.
7. Dale Earnhardt Jr., 26
The third-generation racer had his highest victory total in 2004, when he won six races driving for his late father’s team. He’s added seven victories in the last two seasons in the No. 88 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet.
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7. Denny Hamlin, 26
Since his rookie season with Joe Gibbs Racing in 2006, Hamlin has won at least one race every single year.
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6. Kurt Busch, 27
The elder Busch won the first Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup in 2004 and has settled in nicely at Stewart-Haas Racing.
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5. Kevin Harvick, 31
Unquestionably one of the top drivers on the circuit, Harvick won the championship in 2014 and came in a close second to Kyle Busch last year.
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4. Kyle Busch, 34
Yeah, the younger Busch really is that good. In 2008, he won eight Sprint Cup races in a single season, but more importantly, in 2015, he won his first championship.
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3. Matt Kenseth, 36
Kenseth’s move to Joe Gibbs Racing in 2013 was a great boost to his career, as he’s won 13 times with the team.
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2. Tony Stewart, 48
There is no question whatsoever that three-time Sprint Cup champion Stewart will be voted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame as soon as he’s eligible.
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1. Jimmie Johnson, 75
What’s really amazing isn’t that Johnson’s won 75 races and six championships in his career. No, the amazing fact is that he’s won 27 more races than any other active driver.