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List of NASCAR drivers who have won in each of top three series

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List of NASCAR drivers who have won in each of top three series

Below is a list of drivers who have won at least one race in each of the top three NASCAR divisions: Sprint Cup Series, Nationwide Series and Camping World Truck Series.[1]

Driver 1st Sprint Cup Series Win 1st Nationwide Series Win 1st Camping World Truck Series Win
1. Ken Schrader 07-31-1988 Talladega 09-16-1989 Dover 04-15-1995 Saugus
2. Terry Labonte 09-01-1980 Darlington 10-05-1985 Charlotte 09-07-1995 Richmond
3. Mark Martin 10-22-1989 Rockingham 05-30-1987 Dover 09-28-1996 North Wilkesboro
4. Bobby Hamilton 10-27-1996 Phoenix 09-09-1989 Richmond 04-10-2000 Martinsville
5. Kevin Harvick 03-11-2001 Atlanta 07-29-2000 Gateway 11-08-2002 Phoenix
6. Greg Biffle 07-05-2003 Daytona 04-14-2001 Nashville SS 05-08-1999 Memphis
7. Jimmy Spencer 07-02-1994 Daytona 03-25-1989 Hickory 09-13-2003 New Hampshire
8. Jamie McMurray 10-13-2002 Charlotte 10-26-2002 Atlanta 10-23-2004 Martinsville
9. Tony Stewart 09-11-1999 Richmond 02-19-2005 Daytona 09-05-2002 Richmond
10. Steve Park 08-13-2000 Watkins Glen 04-19-1997 Nashville 02-25-2005 Fontana
11. Carl Edwards 03-20-2005 Atlanta 03-19-2005 Atlanta 07-12-2003 Kentucky
12. Bobby Labonte 05-28-1995 Charlotte 04-13-1991 Bristol 04-09-2005 Martinsville
13. Kasey Kahne 05-14-2005 Richmond 11-15-2003 Homestead 11-13-2004 Darlington
14. Kyle Busch 09-04-2005 Fontana 05-14-2004 Richmond 05-20-2005 Charlotte
15. Ricky Craven 10-15-2001 Martinsville 07-07-1991 Oxford Plains 10-22-2005 Martinsville
16. Kurt Busch 03-24-2002 Bristol 04-08-2006 Texas 07-01-2000 Milwaukee
17. Johnny Benson, Jr. 11-03-2002 Rockingham 11-17-1994 Dover 06-17-2006 Michigan
18. Clint Bowyer 09-16-2007 New Hampshire 06-12-2005 Nashville 11-03-2006 Texas
19. Ryan Newman 09-15-2002 New Hampshire 08-18-2001 Michigan 10-25-2008 Atlanta
20. David Reutimann 05-25-2009 Charlotte 10-27-2007 Memphis 08-13-2005 Nashville SS
21. Elliott Sadler 03-25-2001 Bristol 05-18-1997 Nazareth 07-31-2010 Pocono
22. Michael Waltrip 02-18-2001 Daytona 09-17-1988 Dover 02-18-2011 Daytona
23. Denny Hamlin 06-11-2006 Pocono 03-05-2006 Mexico City 10-29-2011 Martinsville

The following drivers have won in each of the three series during the same season: Terry Labonte (1995), Kevin Harvick (2003, 2010), Denny Hamlin (2011), and Kyle Busch (2005–2011). With a win in the Truck race at Martinsville on April 9, 2005, Bobby Labonte became the first driver to win race in all three series at the same track. With his win in the Cup race at Bristol on August 21, 2010, Kyle Busch became the first driver to win a race in all three series on the same weekend.[2]

Drivers With Wins In Two of Three Top Series

Below are drivers who have scored victories in just two of the top three series.[3]

Driver 1st Sprint Cup Series Win 1st Nationwide Series Win 1st Camping World Truck Series Win
Aric Almirola 06-23-2007 Milwaukee 05-15-2010 Dover
Marcos Ambrose 08-15-2011 Watkins Glen 08-09-2008 Watkins Glen
Trevor Bayne 02-20-2011 Daytona 11-05-2011 Texas
Ryan Blaney 09-21-2013 Kentucky 09-15-2012 Iowa
Mike Bliss 10-15-2004 Charlotte 10-30-1995 North Wilkesboro
Todd Bodine 06-01-1991 Dover 10-02-2004 Fontana
James Buescher 02-25-2012 Daytona 04-21-2012 Kansas
Jeff Burton 04-06-1997 Texas 09-22-1990 Martinsville
Derrike Cope 02-18-1990 Daytona 05-07-1994 New Hampshire
Austin Dillon 06-29-2012 Kentucky 07-11-2010 Iowa
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. 04-02-2000 Texas 04-04-1998 Texas
Bill Elliott 11-20-1983 Riverside 06-26-1993 Watkins Glen
Ron Fellows 06-28-1998 Watkins Glen 08-24-1997 Watkins Glen
Jeff Gordon 05-29-1994 Charlotte 03-14-1992 Atlanta
Robby Gordon 11-23-2001 New Hampshire 09-10-2004 Richmond
Ron Hornaday, Jr. 07-16-2000 Nazareth 04-08-1995 Tucson
Jimmie Johnson 04-28-2002 Fontana 07-14-2001 Chicago
Matt Kenseth 05-28-2000 Charlotte 02-21-1998 Rockingham
Brad Keselowski 04-26-2009 Talladega 06-07-2008 Nashville SS
Jason Leffler 06-12-2004 Nashville SS 05-30-2003 Dover
Joey Logano 06-28-2009 New Hampshire 06-14-2008 Kentucky
Sterling Marlin 02-20-1994 Daytona 10-06-1990 Charlotte
Casey Mears 05-27-2007 Charlotte 07-08-2006 Chicago
Paul Menard 07-31-2011 Indianapolis 06-24-2006 Milwaukee
Butch Miller 06-21-1986 IRP 07-15-1995 Colorado
Juan Pablo Montoya 06-24-2007 Sonoma 03-04-2007 Mexico City
Joe Nemechek 09-19-1999 New Hampshire 08-01-1992 IRP
Nelson Piquet, Jr. 06-23-2012 Road America 08-18-2012 Michigan
David Ragan 07-02-2011 Daytona 04-25-2009 Talladega
Scott Riggs 04-13-2002 Nashville SS 04-07-2001 Martinsville
Boris Said 08-29-2010 Montreal 10-11-1998 Sonoma
Johnny Sauter 07-13-2002 Chicago 09-26-2009 Las Vegas
Dennis Setzer 07-16-1994 South Boston 10-18-1998 Mesa Marin
Morgan Shepherd 04-26-1981 Martinsville 05-23-1982 Hickory
Mike Skinner 03-13-1999 Atlanta 02-5-1995 Phoenix
Regan Smith 05-07-2011 Darlington 11-17-2012 Homestead
Jack Sprague 06-08-2002 Nashville 04-21-1996 Phoenix
Martin Truex, Jr. 06-04-2007 Dover 03-27-2004 Bristol
Brian Vickers 10-08-2006 Talladega 08-02-2003 IRP
Mike Wallace 06-04-1994 Dover 03-20-1999 Homestead


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