There are only 2 drivers who have this record- Cale Yarlborough for the years 1976-1978 and Jimmie Johnson for the years 2006-2008.
Tony Stewart set the Nascar Cup Series qualifying record (98.084) at Martinsville Speedway in 2005.
The record is held by Tommy Houston. He started the first 360 races in the divisions history.
18 yearsRichard Petty holds the record for the most years with at least one win in the Nascar Cup Series (1960-1977).
In my opinion Yes. He has won the most number of races (71) for any driver and also holds the record for most number of driver's championships (7) which statistically makes him the best formula one driver till date.
Jeff Gordon won 13 races in 1998. The last person to win 13, was Richard Petty in 1975.
Bill Elliott holds the record for the fastest lap in Nascar, with a speed of 212.809. Bill set the record in qualifying, driving a Ford Thunderbird, at the Talladega Superspeedway in May 1987.
bill Russell with 11 championship rings
He holds the record for 5 consecutive Wimbledon mens championships between the years 2003 to 2007
UCLA holds the record for the most NCAA Men's Division
Anything is possible. Look at Danica Patrick. She is out there racing with the boys. Yes look at her, she's doing absolutely terrible. Danica currently holds the record for the highest finish by a woman in any of the top three NASCAR national touring series, so she is not "doing absolutely terrible." And can women race better than men, rumor has it that Kelley Earnhardt was the racer out of the three Earnhardt children
Cale Yarborough raced in NASCAR from the late 1950s to the late 1980s. He is considered to be one of NASCAR's greatest drivers. He has started 560 races in NASCAR's top series and holds 83 victories, including 4 Daytona 500's. He's won 3 championships - in consecutive years from 1976 - 1978.