The record for most consecutive Nascar wins in a season is held by Richard Petty with 10. It was in 1967, from August 12th to October 1st.
There were 62 races in 1964, the most in NASCAR history for one season.
Richard Petty: 27 races (1967).
Rusty Wallace won a career high 10 races in the 1993 Nascar Cup Season.
1967: Richard Petty wins 27 races including 10 consecutive, which is also how he earned the nickname "The King".
Richard Petty won the most races in one season with 27 in 1967.
Kyle Busch won 66 Nascar Nationwide Series races, which is the most in series history.
Richard Petty won 200 Nascar Cup Series races, the most in history.
The all-time record for most wins in a season is 27. Which was done by Richard Petty in 1967. He ran 48 races that year.
Darrell Waltrip has won the most Nascar Cup Series races at Bristol with 12.