Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Drivers Who Have At least One Win Streak - Statistics Tuesday

When it comes to streaks this is one streak every driver wants to have as a large number. Some drivers win maybe once every four years and then there are some drivers who win four races every year, It just depends on if that driver can keep it going every year and I don't mean use it all up in one season and then go winless the next year. Though these drivers really never win multiple championships in a row, they still get to keep some pretty neat trophies and win some pretty prestigous races too like the Daytona 500 and the Brickyard 400.

Drivers and Their amount of Seasons with at Least One Win

  • Kyle Busch - 11 Seasons
  • Kevin Harvick - 6 Seasons
  • Jeff Gordon - 5 Seasons
  • Martin Truex Jr. - 1 Season
  • Carl Edwards - 3 Seasons
  • Joey Logano - 4 Seasons
  • Brad Keselowski - 5 Seasons
  • Kurt Busch - 2 Seasons
  • Denny Hamlin - 10 Seasons
  • Jimmie Johnson - 14 Seasons
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. - 2 Seasons
  • Matt Kenseth - 1 Season

The Amount Of Time Between Wins

  • Ryan Newman - 2 Seasons
  • Jamie McMurray - 2 Seasons
  • Paul Menard - 4 Seasons
  • Clint Bowyer - 3 Seasons
  • Aric Almirola - 1 Season
  • Kasey Kahne - 1 Season
  • Greg Biffle - 2 Seasons
  • A.J Allmendinger - 1 Season
  • Casey Mears - 8 Seasons
  • David Ragan - 2 Seasons
  • Tony Stewart - 2 Seasons
  • Trevor Bayne - 4 Seasons

Update from the Writer - 2016 Update

When it comes to the off season we here at the NASCAR News Source have learned that there really are not any off days of weeks. We continue to work on getting everyone here the newest NASCAR news along with numerous original stories and articles. Here is an update of what is coming up for the NASCAR News Source Crew in 2016. We will possibly return on WOOP on Wheels on January 5th, 2016. Details will become more available the closer we get there. We have
been invited by Kyle Lockrow to attend the 2016 ARCA Racing Test at the Daytona International Speedway January 15th - 17th. These details will become more clear when we get to that time. Our Credential Request for Speedweeks will be sent later this week and we will await to hear from Daytona
International Speedway on if our credentials get accepted or declined. No matter what we will keep our heads high and either move on to Atlanta or find a way to Daytona. The rest of 2016 is kind of blurry but we hope to attend more races than we did in 2015. We can tell you that the 2 highest possibilities for us will be Bristol and Martinsville as one of these tracks have been very good to us in the past and the other we could be representing a team. Again we Thank Everyone for their continued support and hope that you enjoy reading and if we can make anything better be sure to let us know! (Koelle, 2015)