All 19 Cup Series race winners at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Tim Durr @timdurr Mar 7, 2017 at 1:35p ET Las Vegas Motor Speedway will host its 20th Cup Series race this Sunday for the Kobalt 400 at 3 p.m. on FOX. In celebrations of the 20th-anniversary race, check out the first 19 race winners at Las Vegas Motor Speedway: Nigel Kinrade/LAT Photo USA 1 1998, Mark Martin Mark Martin won a Ford dominated race in the debut at Las Vegas. The top-seven finishers were all Blue Oval Boys, along with 14 of the top-16 drivers being in Fords. This content is subject to copyright. Getty Images 2 1999, Jeff Burton After finishing second to his Roush Fenway Racing teammate in 1998, Burton grabbed the victory with his brother Ward finishing the race in second. RacingOne ISC Archives via Getty Images 3 2000, Jeff Burton Burton became the first two-time winner at LVMS in 2000. He continued the Ford dominance and beat Tony Stewart as the race finished under caution. This content is subject to copyright. Getty Images 4 2001, Jeff Gordon Jeff Gordon became the first Winston Million winner at Las Vegas in 2001. He beat Dale Jarrett and Sterling Marlin for the victory. 5 2002, Sterling Marlin After finishing third in the previous race, Marlin grabbed the victory, which would be his second-to-last of his career. He won at Darlington a few weeks later for his 10th and final career win. photo by Robt.LeSieur 6 2003, Matt Kenseth Kenseth put Roush Fenway Racing back on top at Las Vegas in 2004 by beating Dale Earnhardt, Inc. drivers Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Michael Waltrip by nine seconds. world copyright Robt LeSieur 7 2004, Matt Kenseth Kenseth joined Jeff Burton as back-to-back winners of the race in 2004 by leading 123 laps and beating Kasey Kahne. world copyright Robt LeSieur 8 2005, Jimmie Johnson Johnson started his own reign of dominance at Las Vegas in 2005 with his first win in Sin City. copyright ©Robt.LeSieur2005 9 2006, Jimmie Johnson Johnson only led the final lap of the race, beating Matt Kenseth by a 0.045-second margin, the closest in Las Vegas Motor Speedway history. Nigel Kinrade/Autostock NIgel Kinrade/Autostock 10 2007, Jimmie Johnson Johnson became the first three-time winner at Las Vegas when he won in 2007. © Lesley Ann Miller 5405 Alton Pkwy Suite 5A-265 Irvine CA 92604 United States +1-949-872-3316 firstname.lastname@example.org ©2007 Lesley Ann Miller 11 2008, Carl Edwards After the quick run of dominance by Johnson and Hendrick Motorsports, Carl Edwards put Jack Roush back in Victory Lane at Vegas in 2008. © Lesley Ann Miller 5405 Alton Pkwy Suite 5A-265 Irvine CA 92604 United States +1-949-872-3316 email@example.com ©2008 Lesley Ann Miller 12 2009, Kyle Busch The hometown kid finally grabbed victory at Las Vegas in 2009. Nigel Kinrade 13 2010, Jimmie Johnson Johnson grabbed win No. 4 in Sin City in 2010. A win at Vegas has always served as a good sign that Johnson would be a championship contender at season's end. © Nigel Kinrade 1240 Briers Creek Drive Alpharetta, Georgia 30004 Nigel Kinrade 14 2011, Carl Edwards Edwards got to do another backflip for Roush in Vegas in 2011. © Nigel Kinrade 1240 Briers Creek Drive Alpharetta, Georgia 30004 Nigel Kinrade/Autostock 15 2012, Tony Stewart After coming close a few times, Stewart finally closed the deal at Vegas in 2012. © LAT South LAT Photo USA LAT South 16 2013, Matt Kenseth Kenseth showed that it wasn't all about the Roush Fenway Racing Fords when he won in a Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota in 2013. © Russell LaBounty/LAT Photo USA Russell LaBounty 17 2014, Brad Keselowski Keselowski broke through for his first Vegas win in 2014 and has been one of the best in Sin City in the past several years. Nigel Kinrade/LAT Photo USA 18 2015, Kevin Harvick After winning the 2014 championship, Harvick got off to a great start to the season in 2015 with a win at Vegas. Nigel Kinrade/LAT Photo USA 19 2016, Brad Keselowski Keselowski got the job done again last year in Vegas by holding off his Team Penske teammate Joey Logano by 0.645 seconds to win the race. Nigel Kinrade/LAT Photo USA 20 Mark Martin This content is subject to copyright. Getty Images Next Gallery 36 NASCAR Cup Series points standings update heading to Vegas Start Gallery » FOX Fantasy Auto Form a Racing Team, Compete for Prizes Play Now!