Joe Gibbs Racing has won two races in a row and is among the favorites for Sunday’s Fedex 400 benefitting Autism Speaks at Dover International Speedway. Since it began racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 1992, JGR has won 117 races and three series championships. Following are all the team’s race-winning drivers.
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With his father urging him on the television booth, Jarrett famously won the 1993 Daytona 500, giving Joe Gibbs Racing its first victory. Jarrett won two races with the team before moving to Robert Yates Racing.
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During his tenure with Joe Gibbs Racing, Labonte won 21 races and one NASCAR Sprint Cup Series title. His biggest victory came in the 2000 Brickyard 400 during his championship season.
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The all-time leader in victories with Joe Gibbs Racing at 33, Stewart won the 2002 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series title and a second championship in 2005.
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As a rookie in 2006, Hamlin won both races at Pocono Raceway. His best year came in 2010, when he captured 10 of his 25 career victories and nearly won the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series title.
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Like teammate Denny Hamlin, Busch has 25 career victories during his tenure with Joe Gibbs Racing. In 2008, Busch’s first year with the team, he won a career-best eight races.
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Although he is now a championship contender at Team Penske, Logano got off to a rocky start, winning just twice during four seasons with Joe Gibbs Racing.
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The 2003 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion joined Joe Gibbs Racing in 2013, winning a career-high seven races and finishing second in the championship to Jimmie Johnson.
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The new kid on the block — at least with Joe Gibbs Racing — Edwards got his first victory with the team, and the 24th of his career, at the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.