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NASCAR 167 43 NASCAR national series wins leaders 10004822 Richard Petty - 200 wins Richard+Petty+-+200+wins NASCAR

Petty, NASCAR's all-time wins leader, recorded all of his victories in the Cup series. Competing from 1958-92 (1,184 starts), The King was most prolific at North Wilkesboro and Martinsville (15 wins at each venue).

Jim Gund - http://static.foxsports.com/content/fscom/images/20027/Richard_Petty___10004822_0_0.JPG http://static.foxsports.com/content/fscom/images/20027/Richard_Petty___10004822_0_0.JPG
NASCAR 167 43 NASCAR national series wins leaders 28727026 Kyle Busch - 115 wins (active) Kyle+Busch+-+115+wins+%28active%29 NASCAR

The Las Vegas native has been successful in all of NASCAR's top national divisions, scoring wins in the Sprint Cup (26), Nationwide (57), and Camping World Truck (32) series since making his NASCAR debut in 2001 at the age of 16. In 2010, he set a new Nationwide Series record with 11 wins in a season, besting the mark set in 1983 by Sam Ard, then added to that and ended the season with 13 Nationwide wins. In 2011, he set a new all-time Nationwide Series race win record, earning his 50th career victory in the series.

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NASCAR 167 43 NASCAR national series wins leaders 10004610 David Pearson - 106 wins David+Pearson+-+106+wins NASCAR

Pearson recorded 105 wins in 574 Cup starts and one second-division (now Nationwide) victory in six career starts. His most successful venue was Darlington Raceway (10 Cup wins).

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NASCAR 167 43 NASCAR national series wins leaders 10004824 Dale Earnhardt - 97 wins Dale+Earnhardt+-+97+wins NASCAR

The Intimidator racked up 76 wins in Cup and 21 in second-division (now Nationwide) competition in 27 years of NASCAR racing. He was most successful at NASCAR's largest tracks: Talladega Superspeedway (10 Cup wins, one Busch win) and Daytona International Speedway (three Cup wins, seven Busch wins).

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NASCAR 167 43 NASCAR national series wins leaders 10004612 Darrell Waltrip - 97 wins Darrell+Waltrip+-+97+wins NASCAR

Waltrip competed in all three of NASCAR's top divisions and recorded 84 victories in the Cup and 13 wins in the second-division (now Nationwide) series. Waltrip's most successful track was Bristol (12 Cup wins, one Busch win).

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NASCAR 167 43 NASCAR national series wins leaders 10004614 Mark Martin - 96 wins (active) Mark+Martin+-+96+wins+%28active%29 NASCAR

Martin, whose NASCAR career started in 1981, is tied for the record for most wins in the Nationwide Series (49), but his numbers in Cup (40) and Trucks (seven) are not too shabby.

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NASCAR 167 43 NASCAR national series wins leaders 10004616 Jeff Gordon - 92 wins (active) Jeff+Gordon+-+92+wins+%28active%29 NASCAR

The Sprint Cup Series' active wins leader (90) also has five victories in Nationwide Series competition. He has seven Cup wins at both Martinsville and Darlington. And, of course, there is the Cup series where he has amassed a stunning 87 wins.

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NASCAR 167 43 NASCAR national series wins leaders 10004826 Bobby Allison - 87 wins Bobby+Allison+-+87+wins NASCAR

The majority of Allison's wins came at the Cup level (85), but he also has a pair of triumphs in NASCAR's second-division (now Nationwide) series. In his 25-year career, Allison's best tracks were Dover International Speedway and Richmond International Raceway (seven Cup wins at each) as well as Charlotte and Daytona (six Cup wins, one Nationwide win at each).

John Harrelson - http://static.foxsports.com/content/fscom/images/20027/Bobby_Allison___10004826_0_0.JPG http://static.foxsports.com/content/fscom/images/20027/Bobby_Allison___10004826_0_0.JPG
NASCAR 167 43 NASCAR national series wins leaders 10003684 Cale Yarborough - 83 wins Cale+Yarborough+-+83+wins NASCAR

Yarborough, the first driver in NASCAR history to win three straight Cup championships, earned all his wins in Cup competition from 1957 to 1988. His best tracks are polar opposites: Half-mile Bristol Motor Speedway and 2.5-mile Daytona International Speedway (nine wins at each).

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NASCAR 167 43 NASCAR national series wins leaders 11803004 Kevin Harvick - 74 wins (active) Kevin+Harvick+-+74+wins+%28active%29 NASCAR

The Bakersfield, Calif., native has been successful in all of NASCAR's top national divisions, including as an owner/driver in recent years in the Nationwide and Camping World Truck series. Harvick has wins in the Sprint Cup (21), Nationwide (39), and Truck (14) series.

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