In 2005, the Nascar Nationwide Series was known as the Nascar Busch Series.Mark Martin won the first Fontana race on February 26th. On September 3rd, Carl Edwards won the second race at Fontana.
The new Nascar driver to compete in the Sprint Cup Series is Trevor Bayne. He won the Daytona 500 on February 20, 2011 in only his second career start in the series.
Mike Skinner and Jack Sprague are tied for second with 28 Nascar Truck Series wins.
David Pearson won ten Nascar Cup Series races at Darlington Raceway, the most by any driver. Dale Earnhardt Sr. is second with nine wins.
David Pearson has the second most wins all-time in the Nascar Cup Series with 105.
Road America (Wisconsin) - 4.048 miles (Nationwide Series only)Circuit Gilles Villeneuve (Montreal) - 2.71(Nationwide Series only)Talladega Superspeedway (Alabama) - 2.66Daytona International Speedway (Florida) - 2.5Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Indiana) - 2.5Pocono Raceway (Pennsylvania) - 2.5
Difference Between NASCAR SeriesTo be technical, there are many differences in the Sprint Cup cars and the Nationwide cars. First, the wheelbase is longer in a Cup car at 115 inches. Second, the Cup cars have more horsepower, mainly due to a bigger CFM carb. Third, the Nationwide cars weigh 3400 pounds compared to the Sprint Cup cars at 3500 pounds. And the Cup teams race the COT car, and as of now, the Nationwide teams don't yet. In 2009 the Nationwide cars will have their own version of the COT car. Also, the races are shorter for the Nationwide Series. Nationwide drivers/teams don't get paid near as much as their Cup counterparts.
David Pearson is 2nd all time in Nascar with 105 career wins.
The most recent driver was Jeremy Mayfield, who has been suspended by Nascar since May 2009 for testing positive for methamphetamine. He had his suspension lifted briefly in July 2009, but failed a second test five days later.
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David Pearson. He has 105 wins to Petty's 200.
Kasey Kahne did.