There were 62 races in 1964, the most in NASCAR history for one season.
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.
Darrell Waltrip has won the most Nascar Cup Series races at Bristol with 12.
Richard Petty: 27 races (1967).
Dale Inman won the most Nascar races and championships as a crew chief.
Richard Petty won 200 races in his career.
Richard Petty (200)
Richard Petty with 1,184.
Richard Petty won 200 NASCAR races. He ran 1,184 races over 35 years, and he was able to run that many because in the early days of NASCAR they ran several races every week. NASCAR went to one race per week in 1972, and that is called the Modern Era. In the Modern Era, the most winning driver is Jeff Gordon, with 92 wins.