Kyle Busch celebrates (from left to right) with his young son, Brexton, his wife Samantha and team owner Joe Gibbs of Joe Gibbs Racing after winning the Crown Royal 400 at the Brickyard last month. It is one of 10 victories JGR already has racked up as an organization in the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season that is only 22 races old. Take a look at each of JGR's 10 wins this season.
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1. Denny Hamlin, Daytona 500
Denny Hamlin got the year started off right by winning the season-opening Daytona 500, NASCAR's most prestigious race. Afterward, a jubiliant Hamlin hoisted the Harley J. Earl trophy in Victory Lane.
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2. Kyle Busch, STP 500, Martinsville Speedway
Kyle Busch holds up his son, Brexton, as they celebrate earning the coveted grandfather clock trophy for winning on the short track at Martinsville. The win was the first of the season for Busch, the defending Sprint Cup champion, and it came in April.
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3. Kyle Busch, Duck Commander 500, Texas Motor Speedway
Busch made it two wins a row by following up his April win at Martinsville with another trip to Victory Lane the following week in the Duck Commander 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.
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4. Carl Edwards, Food City 500, Bristol Motor Speedway
Edwards executes his trademark backflip after winning the Food City 500 at Bristol. It was his first victory of the season, but the third in a row for JGR, coming on the heels of Busch's back-to-back triumphs at Martinsville and Texas.
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5. Carl Edwards, Toyota Owners 400, Richmond
Edwards made it two wins in a row for himself and four straight for JGR by captuing the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway. That made it a clean sweep in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series for JGR in the month of April, with four consecutive victories between Busch and Edwards.
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Kyle Busch, Go Bowling 400, Kansas
Busch scored his third win of the season at Kansas Speedway in May, outlasting the rest of the field in the Go Bowling 400 to take the checkered flag.
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7. Matt Kenseth, AAA 400, Dover
Kenseth became the fourth JGR driver in the four-driver stable to win at Dover International Speedway in mid-May. He got to celebrate in Victory Lane with his family and the Miles the Monster trophy in mid-May, making it six wins in seven races for Joe Gibbs Racing.
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8. Matt Kenseth, New Hampshire 301
Kenseth won his second race of the season and the eighth for JGR after a "drought" that lasted all of six races, going to Victory Lane at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in mid-July.
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9. Kyle Busch, Crown Royal 400, Indianapolis
Busch's fourth win of the season came in the Crown Royal 400 at the Brickyard, otherwise known as Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Busch got to kiss the bricks as his son, Brexton, looked on curiously.
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10. Denny Hamlin, Cheez-It 355, Watkins Glen
Hamlin's second win of the season last Sunday in the Cheez-It 355 on the road course at Watkins Glen International was the 10th of the year for JGR. He celebrated in style in Victory Lane with long-time girlfrend Jordan Fish.