In 2010, McMurray won the Daytona 500, the Brickyard 400 and the fall Charlotte race. But his last points-race victory came in the fall Talladega race in 2013.
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Trevor Bayne, 133
In one of the greatest sports upsets of all time, Bayne won the 2011 Daytona 500 one day after his 20th birthday and in just his second Cup start. It was the first victory for the Wood Brothers since 2001.
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David Ragan, 138
Both of Ragan’s two career victories came on restrictor-plate tracks, the first at Daytona in July 2011 and the second in the spring 2013 race at Talladega.
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Clint Bowyer, 153
Now that he’s back in top-flight equipment, it would not be at all surprising if Bowyer puts the No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford into Victory Lane early — and perhaps even often — this season. His last win came at Charlotte in October 2012, the year he finished second in points.
Only once in his Cup career has Menard won a race, but it was a huge one, as he took the checkered flag in the 2011 Brickyard 400. Menard’s father, John, had tried unsuccessfully to win the Indy 500 for 30 years, so this was an emotional triumph for the entire family.