There have only been five active Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers who have won on every style of track on the circuit -- intermediates (1-mile, 1.5-mile, 2-mile and 2.5-mile), superspeedways, short tracks and road courses. Here is the exclusive list.
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Johnson’s 80 career victories in the Sprint Cup Series include 61 wins on intermediate tracks, 13 on short tracks, five on restrictor plates, and one victory on a road course (Sonoma). Johnson has yet to win at Chicagoland, Homestead, Kentucky and Watkins Glen.
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Logano’s 17 career wins have come on every style of race track, but he is still trying to find Victory Lane at 11 of them on the circuit.
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Not only has Busch won on every type of track during his 38 career victories, but he’s also well on his way to becoming the first driver in NASCAR Premier Series history to win at every venue. Pocono Raceway and Charlotte Motor Speedway is all that’s left for him to check off the list.
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Harvick’s 35 career wins include 25 on intermediates, three on restrictor plates, six on short tracks and one win on a road course. Harvick is still searching for wins at Kentucky, Pocono, Sonoma and Texas.
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After his win at Watkins Glen International road course during 2016 season, Hamlin is the latest driver to reach victory on every track style. Hamlin’s 29 career wins include 17 on intermediate tracks, two on restrictor-plate track and nine on short tracks.