Buck Baker did it in 1956-7.
Lee Petty did it 1958-9.
Joe Weatherly did it 1962-3.
David Pearson did it in 1968-9.
Richard Petty did it twice - 1971-2 and 1974-5.
Cale Yarborough won three straight - 1976-8.
Darrell Waltrip did it in 1981-2.
Dale Earnhardt did it three times - 1986-7, 1990-1, and 1993-4.
Jeff Gordon did it in 1997-8.
Jimmie Johnson won four in a row - 2006-9.
Sam Ard was the first driver to win back to back Busch Series Championships in 1983 and 1984. Since then, four others drivers have won consecutive championships in the series. Larry Pearson (1986 & 1987), Randy LaJoie (1996 & 1997), Dale Earnhardt Jr. (1998 & 1999) and Martin Truex Jr. (2004 & 2005). It is now known as the Nationwide Series.
No, he did not. Kyle did win the 2009 Nationwide Series championship.
Yes, this was done multiple times in Nascar. Richard Petty holds the all-time record with 10 wins in a row, this was done in 1967.
Kyle Busch has the most Nascar Nationwide Series wins with 50. The series was formerly known as the Busch Series.
No. Every driver who has won a championship in any of Nascar's top three series has won at least one race during that season.
NO No, that has never happened.
Only Jimmie Johnson won five Nascar Cup Series championships in a row (2006-2010).
Jimmie Johnson is the only Nascar driver to have won four and now five championships in a row. He has won the title from 2006-2010.
Richard Petty won back to back Nascar championships twice in his career.1971 - 19721974 - 1975
Tony Stewart has never won consecutive Nascar Cup Series championships. He was the Cup Series champion in 2002, 2005 and 2011.
Jimmie Johnson has won the most championships in a row with 5 consecutive wins. 2006-2010.
No. He is just famous for winning five championships in a row.
No. Jimmie Johnson is the only driver to win four straight Nascar championships. Cale Yarborough won three in a row from 1976-1978. In 2010, Jimmie Johnson won his fifth straight championship.
These two drivers are both very good, however, when you look at the stats for the two, Jimmie Johnson has 6 championships, and 5 were in a row. This proves that he is overall the better driver.
Jimmie Johnson (2006-2009). In 2010, Jimmie Johnson won his fifth straight championship.
Michael Jordan has 6 Championships total. 3 in a row before his first retirement and 3 in a row after.
8 championships in a row (1959-66)