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Daytona 500 winners: List of past champions, most wins in NASCAR history

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The Daytona 500 has actually long held an unique location in NASCAR tradition, working as the season-opening race for more than 35 years and being part of the NASCAR circuit for 60.

The 500- mile track at Daytona International Speedway is the website of some of the sport’s most renowned minutes, from Richard Petty’s record seventh Daytona 500 victory in 1981 to Dale Earnhart’s 1998 success after years of near-misses.

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9 various drivers have actually declared the last 9 Daytona 500 races, showing the unpredictability of the storied course.

Here’s a take a look at the history of past Daytona 500 winners, consisting of the record- holder for most wins perpetuity.

Who has won the most Daytona 500 races?

Richard Petty won the most Daytona 500 races with 7 triumphes.

Who won the 2019 Daytona 500?

Denny Hamlin is the ruling Daytona 500 champ. He won his second “Great American Race” in 4 years, having likewise declared the title in 2016.

Who is the earliest Daytona 500 winner?

Bobby Allison stays the earliest chauffeur to win the Daytona500 He won the 1988 race at 50 years of ages.

Who is the youngest Daytona 500 winner?

Trevor Bayne ended up being the youngest Daytona 500 winner in 2011 at 20 years of ages.

List of Daytona 500 past winners

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Year No. Motorist Team Producer
195942 Lee Petty Petty Enterprises Oldsmobile
196027 Junior Johnson John Masoni Chevrolet
196120 Marvin Panch Smokey Yunick Pontiac
196222 Fireball Roberts Jim Stephens Pontiac
196321 Tiny Lund Wood Brothers Racing Ford
196443 Richard Petty Petty Enterprises (2 ) Plymouth
196528 Fred Lorenzen Holman-Moody Ford
196643 Richard Petty (2 ) Petty Enterprises (3 ) Plymouth
196711 Mario Andretti † Holman-Moody (2 ) Ford
196821 Cale Yarborough Wood Brothers Racing (2 ) Mercury
196998 LeeRoy Yarbrough Junior Johnson & & Associates Ford
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40 Pete Hamilton(*************** ).

Petty Enterprises( 4) Plymouth
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Richard Petty( 3) Petty Enterprises( 5) Plymouth
197221 A. J. Foyt Wood Brothers Racing( 3) Mercury(*************** ).
197343 Richard Petty( 4) Petty Enterprises( 6) Dodge
(************************************************************************ )43 Richard Petty( 5) Petty Enterprises( 7) Dodge
197572 Benny Parsons L.G. DeWitt Chevrolet
21 David Pearson Wood Brothers Racing( 4) Mercury
197711 Cale Yarborough( 2) Junior Johnson & Associates( 2) Chevrolet
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15 Bobby Allison Bud Moore Engineering Ford
197943 Richard Petty( 6) Petty Enterprises( 8) Oldsmobile
198028 Friend Baker Ranier-Lundy Oldsmobile
198143 Richard Petty( 7) Petty Enterprises( 9)(*************** ).

Buick
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88 Bobby Allison( 2) DiGard Motorsports Buick
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28 Cale Yarborough( 3) Ranier-Lundy( 2) Pontiac
198428 Cale Yarborough( 4) Ranier-Lundy( 3) Chevrolet
1985 9 Costs Elliott Melling Racing Ford
1986 5 Geoffrey Bodine Chevrolet
1987 9 Costs Elliott( 2) Melling Racing (2 ) Ford
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12 Bobby Allison( 3) Stavola Brothers Racing Buick
198917 Darrell Waltrip(*************** ).

Hendrick Motorsports( 2) Chevrolet
199010 Derrike Cope Whitcomb Racing Chevrolet
1991 4 Ernie Irvan Morgan-McClure Motorsports Chevrolet
199228 Davey Allison(*************** ).

Robert Yates Racing Ford
199318 Dale Jarrett Joe Gibbs Racing Chevrolet
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4 Sterling Marlin Morgan-McClure Motorsports( 2) Chevrolet
4 Sterling Marlin( 2) Morgan-McClure Motorsports( 3) Chevrolet
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88 Dale Jarrett (2 ) Robert Yates Racing (2 ) Ford
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(******************************************************************************************************* ) Jeff Gordon Hendrick Motorsports( 3) Chevrolet
1998 3 Dale Earnhardt Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet
199924 Jeff Gordon( 2) Hendrick Motorsports( 4) Chevrolet(*************** ).
200088 Dale Jarrett( 3) Robert Yates Racing( 3) Ford
200115 Michael Waltrip Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet
200222 Ward Burton Costs Davis Racing Dodge(*************** ).(****************
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15 Michael Waltrip( 2) Chevrolet
2004 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Dale Earnhardt, Inc.( 3) Chevrolet
200524 Jeff Gordon( 3) Hendrick Motorsports( 5) Chevrolet(*************** ).
200648 Jimmie Johnson Hendrick Motorsports( 6) Chevrolet
29 Kevin Harvick Richard Childress Racing( 2) Chevrolet
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12 Ryan Newman Penske Racing Dodge
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Roush Fenway Racing Ford
2010 1 Jamie McMurray Earnhardt Ganassi Racing Chevrolet
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21 Trevor Bayne Wood Brothers Racing (5 ) Ford
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17 Matt Kenseth( 2) Roush Fenway Racing( 2) Ford
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48 Jimmie Johnson( 2) Hendrick Motorsports( 7) Chevrolet
201488 Dale Earnhardt Jr.( 2) Hendrick Motorsports( 8) Chevrolet
2015 22 Joey Logano Team Penske (2) Ford
2016 11 Denny Hamlin Joe Gibbs Racing (2) Toyota
2017 41 Kurt Busch Stewart-Haas Racing Ford
2018 3 Austin Dillon Richard Childress Racing (3) Chevrolet
2019 11 Denny Hamlin (2) Joe Gibbs Racing (3) Toyota

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