Active drivers with most points race wins at Charlotte
The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series prepares for its longest race of the season with the Coca-Cola 600 (Sunday, 5:30 p.m. ET on FOX) at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
With two points races at the track each season and the All-Star Race, there's a lot of seat time for drivers at CMS.
Check out the drivers with the most points race wins at Charlotte:
Kurt Busch, 1
In 2010 when Kurt Busch was driving for Team Penske, he scored his only points win at Charlotte Motor Speedway in the Coca-Cola 600. With a Daytona 500 win under his belt this season, he'll love to add another Crown Jewel event this season.
Clint Bowyer, 1
In his first season with Michael Waltrip Racing, Clint Bowyer won the Bank of America 500 in 2012. For the first time in a long time, Bowyer feels like a contender again and has the speed to get it done on Sunday.
Joey Logano, 1
Logano won a rain-delayed Bank of America 500 in 2015. He hasn't shown the familiar Penske speed so far this weekend but that will likely change before the race starts.
Brad Keselowski, 1
With the consistency Brad Keselowski has shown this season, it wouldn't be a surprise to see him add a second win to his list at Charlotte. His only win came in 2013 at the Bank of America 500.
Martin Truex Jr., 1
Martin Truex Jr. solidified his name as a contender at Charlotte by dominating the Coca-Cola 600 last year, leading a record 392 of 400 laps, the most mileage ever led in a NASCAR race.
Jamie McMurray, 2
Jamie McMurray has one win each at the Coca-Cola 600 and Bank of America 500. He's also grabbed an All-Star race victory in 2014. His Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet is better than its ever been and he'll no doubt be a factor.
Matt Kenseth, 3
Matt Kenseth has found success at Charlotte, winning three times. He'd love to add a fourth win and also the first points win for Joe Gibbs Racing this season.
Kevin Harvick, 3
Harvick scored the pole position for Sunday's Coca-Cola 600 and with how difficult passing has been at Charlotte, he could find himself in the lead for a long time.
Kasey Kahne, 4
Kahne favors the Coca-Cola 600 over the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte with three of his four wins coming in the longer event. It's been awhile since he's visited Victory Lane, though.
Jimmie Johnson, 8
It's appropriate that Charlotte Motor Speedway used to be Lowe's Motor Speedway with the dominance Jimmie Johnson and his No. 48 Lowe's Chevrolet have in his boss, Rick Hendrick's backyard.
Johnson won the most recent points race at Charlotte, the Bank of America 500 in the playoffs last season.