What Nascar drivers are good at dirt tracks?

A host of NASCAR drivers have dirt racing backgrounds — Kyle Larson, Christopher Bell, Chase Briscoe, Tyler Reddick, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Alex Bowman to name a few.

Which NASCAR drivers are good on dirt tracks?

NASCAR Driver Averages at Dirt Tracks

Driver Avg Rating *
1 Joey Logano 128.5
2 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 98.4
3 Denny Hamlin 120.0
4 Daniel Suarez 114.4

Has any NASCAR driver won at all tracks?

Kyle Busch

Not only has Busch won on every type of track during his 38 career victories, but he’s also well on his way to becoming the first driver in NASCAR Premier Series history to win at every venue. Pocono Raceway and Charlotte Motor Speedway is all that’s left for him to check off the list.

Who is good at road courses in NASCAR?

Most Road Course Victories

Right behind Gordon is Tony Stewart (2020), an eight-time road course winner. Richard Petty (2010), Bobby Allison (2011), Rusty Wallace (2013) and Ricky Rudd each won six times on road courses.

How many NASCAR drivers have raced on dirt?

It will be the first premier series event on a dirt track in more than 50 years. NASCAR historian Ken Martin presents a history of dirt at NASCAR’s top level: There were 489 NASCAR Cup Series races held on dirt between June 19, 1949, and Sept. 30, 1970.

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Who is the best short track racer in NASCAR?

Top short track racers in NASCAR right now, plus Richmond to feature some local flavor in the sport

Short Track Winners Total Wins Bristol
Kyle Busch 16 8
Denny Hamlin 10 2
Kurt Busch 10 6
Brad Keselowski 7 3

Who won Nascar road course?

Chase Briscoe, the Mitchell, Indiana, driver who won the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity road course race, gets by William Byron. Chase Elliott is 3rd, Kyle Larson 4th.

Has Brad Keselowski won a road course?

Brad Keselowski drives No. 2 Ford Mustang full time for Team Penske in the NASCAR Cup Series. He won his first race of 2021 at Talladega Superspeedway, marking his sixth career win at the Alabama track, which ties Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt Jr. for second most all time.

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