All 27 Cup Series race winners in history of Auto Club Speedway Joe Menzer Mar 24, 2017 at 6:09p ET No one has won more NASCAR Cup Series races at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif., than Jimmie Johnson -- who went to Victory Lane at the 2-mile track for the record sixth time in 2016. Check out the winner of every NASCAR Premier Series race that has been held at Fontana: Nigel Kinrade/LAT Photo USA Jeff Gordon, 1997 Gordon won the inaugural race at the track. RacingOne ISC Archives via Getty Images Mark Martin, 1998 Martin, driving the No. 6 Roush Ford, won the second race held at ACS. This content is subject to copyright. Getty Images Jeff Gordon, 1999 Gordon, driving the No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet he made famous, held off all comers in '99, including Dale Jarrett in the No. 88. RacingOne ISC Archives via Getty Images Jeremy Mayfield, 2000 Mayfield celebrates in Victory Lane after getting there in the No. 12 Ford he wheeled for owner Michael Kranefuss. F.Peirce Williams Rusty Wallace, 2001 Wallace, driver of the No. 2 Dodge for Penske Racing, celebrates. ©Robert LeSieur2001 Jimmie Johnson, 2002 Now a seven-time Cup champion, Johnson scored his first career win at Fontana in 2002. The California native has since gone on to register 79 more. photo by Robt.LeSieur Kurt Busch, 2003 A young Kurt Busch, then only 23, celebrates what was his second win of what would be four total wins in the 2003 season. Robt. LeSieur Jeff Gordon, spring of 2004 Gordon (left) celebrates with crew chief Robbie Loomis after his third career win at Fontana in the spring of 2004, as NASCAR awarded the track two races from '04 through 2010. copyright ©Robt.LeSieur Elliott Sadler, fall of 2004 A smiling Sadler shares his winning moment with crew chief Todd Parrott. copyright ©Robt.LeSieur Greg Biffle, spring of 2005 This was the only career win at Fontana for the driver of the No. 16 Roush Ford. copyright ©Robt.LeSieur2005 Kyle Busch, fall of 2005 While driving the No. 5 Chevrolet for Hendrick Motorsports, Busch also scored his first career win at ACS. no commercial use without written consent, RobtLeSieur@aol.com tel.USA 843 672 9777 cell.704 534 7171 copyright ©Robt.LeSieur2005 Matt Kenseth, Spring of 2006 Driving the No. 17 Ford for owner Jack Roush, Kenseth grabbed his first ACS triumph. It wouldn't be his last. (C) Lesley Ann Miller usage@lesleyworld +1-949-872-3316 (C) 2006 Lesley Ann Miller Kasey Kahne, Fall of 2006 Kahne celebrates with his crew after picking up one of the career-high six wins he totaled while driving the No. 9 Ray Evernham-owned Dodge in '06. (C) Lesley Ann Miller usage@lesleyworld +1-949-872-3316 (C) 2006 Lesley Ann Miller Matt Kenseth, Spring of 2007 Kesneth won the spring Fontana event for the second year in a row. ©, David M. Vaughn, USA 618-218-0236 Cell firstname.lastname@example.org David M. Vaughn Jimmie Johnson, Fall of 2007 Johnson celebrates his second ACS win with his wife, Chandra. autostock/Brian Czobat Carl Edwards, Spring of 2008 Edwards, who has since walked away from racing, flips out over his '08 Fontana win. © DAVID M. VAUGHN DAVID M. VAUGHN Jimmie Johnson, Fall of 2008 Johnson's celebrates his third career win at the track -- and second in a row in the fall race -- with a burnout in his No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports Chevy. Matt Kenseth, Spring of 2009 Kenseth shares some trophy time with car owner Jack Roush (right). Jimmie Johnson, Fall of 2009 Johnson shares trophy time with crew chief Chad Knaus (left) after his third consecutive fall race win. autostock/Brian Czobat Jimmie Johnson, Spring of 2010 Johnson's fifth Fontana win overall also was his fourth in six tries and his second in a row. © Lesley Ann Miller 5405 Alton Pkwy Suite 5A-265 Irvine CA 92604 United States +1-949-872-3316 email@example.com ©2010 Lesley Ann Miller Tony Stewart, Fall of 2010 Tony Stewart sprays his crew after winning his first ACS race. © Nigel Kinrade 1240 Briers Creek Drive Alpharetta, Georgia 30004 Nigel Kinrade Kevin Harvick, 2011 Harvick won as the track scaled back to one event per year again. He was driving the No. 29 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet. © Lesley Ann Miller 5405 Alton Pkwy Suite 5A-265 Irvine CA 92604 United States ©2011 Lesley Ann Miller Tony Stewart, 2012 Stewart registers his second and final career Fontana win. © Lesley Ann Miller ©2012 Lesley Ann Miller Kyle Busch, 2013 Eight years after his first career win at Fontana in 2005, Busch finally won again at the track. He won 23 times at other tracks in between. Brian Czobat / autostock © 271 Fryling Ave SW Concord, NC 28025 W 704.786.2919 C 704.904.2745 autostock/Brian Czobat Kyle Busch, 2014 Busch offers his signature victory bow to the crowd after driving his No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota to the checkered flag for the second year in a row. Nigel Kinrade/LAT Photo USA Brad Keselowski, 2015 Keselowski sprays champagne following his 2015 triumph in the No. 2 Team Penske Ford. © Matthew T. Thacker/LAT Photo USA Matthew T. Thacker Jimmie Johnson, 2016 Superman? Perhaps. Or at least it seems that way at this track for Johnson, who earned his record sixth win last year while driving a car featuring the Superman paint scheme -- and while wearing a Superman-themed fire suit. Nigel Kinrade/LAT Photo USA Next Gallery 15 The Adventures of Kurt Busch and the Harley J. Earl Trophy Start Gallery » FOX Fantasy Auto Form a Racing Team, Compete for Prizes Play Now!