Junior Johnson, a member of the inaugural class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame, was the next driver to take the No. 11 to Victory Lane, doing so 11 times between 1958 and 1959.
Fellow Hall of Fame member Ned Jarrett also drove the No. 11 in 1959, winning twice. Jarrett would carry the No. 11 for a total of 323 races, winning 49 times and earning two Premier Series championships.
Johnson and Jarrett are not the only Hall of Fame members to drive the iconic number, either. Cale Yarborough, Darrell Waltrip, Bill Elliott, Terry Labonte, Fireball Roberts, Bobby Allison, Rex White, Tim Flock and Joe Weatherly all took turns behind the wheel of a No. 11 car in the Premier Series.
Currently, Denny Hamlin drives the No. 11 for Joe Gibbs Racing in the Sprint Cup Series. Hamlin has competed with the number more than any other driver (362 starts to date) and has 26 wins, 105 top fives and 174 top 10s.
Yarborough leads all drivers with 55 wins in the No. 11, followed by Jarrett (49), Waltrip (43) and Hamlin. A total of 13 drivers have at least one victory with the No. 11.