Here's a comprehensive list of the 17 active Sprint Cup drivers who have won the most races at the 10 tracks involved in the Chase for the Sprint Cup. The first number shows total wins at the 10 tracks and the second number is when the drivers were Chase eligible.
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Martin Truex Jr., 3 wins at Chase tracks (1 in the Chase)
A few weeks ago, Martin Truex Jr. wouldn’t have even made this list, but he added a regular-season win at Charlotte and then locked up his first Chase victory on Sunday at Chicagoland Speedway.
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Jamie McMurray, 4 wins at Chase tracks (0 in the Chase)
After making his first Chase appearance last season, McMurray was eliminated after the opening round. In his second time around, he aims to get a victory in the Chase, Charlotte and Talladega are the two most likely options as he has two wins at each track.
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Clint Bowyer, 5 wins at Chase tracks (4 in the Chase)
Calling the 2016 season a struggle for Clint Bowyer would be an understatement, while he's won 5 races at the tracks we'll visit in the next nine weeks, it's unlikely that he'll find Victory Lane this season. That narrative will likely change when he steps into the No. 14 car for Stewart-Haas in 2017.
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Kasey Kahne, 7 wins at Chase tracks (1 in the Chase)
It’s become a common theme through Kasey Kahne’s career for him to be a Chase bubble driver and start to build momentum too late. He’s gambled for a win in each of the last two races and come away with top-10 finishes. Expect the No. 5 team to keep gambling and possibly grab a win in one of the final nine races.
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Joey Logano, 7 wins at Chase tracks (5 in the Chase)
The first two rounds of the Chase are where Logano has shined. In 2014, he won a race in each round and last season he swept the Round of 12. If Logano wants to win his first Sprint Cup title then he’ll have to close out the Chase like he starts it.
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Carl Edwards, 9 wins at Chase tracks (8 in the Chase)
If Carl Edwards wins at one of the Chase tracks, you can expect it to be when he's championship eligible. Unfortunately for Edwards, he hasn't won a championship in-spite all of his success in the Chase. In 2011, he finished tied with Tony Stewart but lost the tiebreaker because Stewart had more regular-season wins.
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Kurt Busch, 10 wins at Chase tracks (3 in the Chase)
In 2004, Kurt Busch won the inaugural Chase race at New Hampshire and clinched the first Premier Series title in the Chase format 10 weeks later at Homestead. He’s only added two more wins at Chase tracks since then, but has been a consistent finisher all season.
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Greg Biffle, 10 wins at Chase tracks (4 in the Chase)
Greg Biffle has had one of the worst seasons of his career with only one top five and three top-10 finishes, but he's been known to find Victory Lane at tracks in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.
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Brad Keselowski, 10 wins at Chase tracks (5 in the Chase)
In 2012, Keselowski won two of the first three races in the Chase on the way to his first Sprint Cup title. Almost half of Keselowski's 21 wins have come at Chase tracks, with four of those coming at Talladega Superspeedway.
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Ryan Newman, 11 wins at Chase tracks (2 in the Chase)
Over half of Newman’s 17 career Sprint Cup wins have come at Chase tracks. As one of the drivers who barely missed making the Chase, expect Newman to look to steal some wins from the championship contenders. The next two races are a good place to start as he has three wins each at New Hampshire and Dover.
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Kyle Busch, 12 wins at Chase tracks (1 in the Chase)
The defending champ only has one win in the Chase and it came at Homestead-Miami Speedway last year, where he locked up the 2015 Sprint Cup championship. While he hasn’t had success finding Victory Lane in the Chase, he has totaled 12 wins at the 10 tracks in the playoffs.
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Matt Kenseth, 13 wins at Chase tracks (7 in the Chase)
Matt Kenseth has evenly spread out his wins at Chase tracks with New Hampshire and Dover being his two strongest with three wins at each. Martinsville is his only remaining track in the Chase that he hasn’t recorded a victory at. Expect Kenseth to be a contender to advance in each round of the Chase.
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Denny Hamlin, 15 wins at Chase tracks (6 in the Chase)
He ranks 7th among active drivers with wins but has performed well at the tracks in the Chase. Dover and Charlotte are the only two Chase tracks that Denny hasn’t won at yet. Expect Martinsville to be his best chance for a win as he has five career victories there.
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Kevin Harvick, 19 wins at Chase tracks (9 in the Chase)
In the past two seasons, Kevin Harvick has won four Chase races and been one of the most dominant drivers in the elimination playoff format. With a win at Texas, he’d join his boss Tony Stewart with wins at all 10 Chase tracks.
Tony Stewart, 22 wins at Chase tracks (9 in the Chase)
While he hasn’t been at his peak form in recent weeks, Stewart has recorded almost half of his career wins at the tracks we’ll see in the next nine weeks. He’s also the only active driver to record a win at all 10 Chase tracks.
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Jeff Gordon, 36 wins at Chase tracks (6 in the Chase)
Even though he’s in a part-time role with Alex Bowman in relief of Dale Earnhardt Jr, Jeff Gordon is still one of the most decorated drivers in the Chase with over 1/3 of his career wins coming at tracks in the Chase for the Cup. The majority of those wins came before the Chase format was introduced but when he’s in the car, there’s always a chance he’ll wind up in Victory Lane.
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Jimmie Johnson, 43 wins at Chase tracks (24 in the Chase)
He’s the most prolific driver in the history of the Chase with 24 wins en-route to his six championships. He thrives at the 10 Chase tracks with 43 wins total at the tracks that make up the playoffs. That’s with zero wins at Chicagoland and Homestead. His 10 at Dover, 8 at Martinsville, and 7 at Charlotte make up for the goose eggs at two of the Chase tracks.