Only one driver has ever won three consecutive championships in NASCAR's premier series: Cale Yarborough. However, Jimmie Johnson is in a position to match Yarborough's feat with another title in 2008.
Jimmie Johnson tied Cale Yarborough's record in 2008. He surpassed it in 2009, by winning his fourth consecutive championship.
Johnson went on to win his fifth consecutive championship in 2010. His streak came to an end in 2011 when Tony Stewart won the title.
1967: Richard Petty wins 27 races including 10 consecutive, which is also how he earned the nickname "The King".
That would be Richard Petty in 1967 with 27 wins.
Ricky Rudd - he had a at least one win every year from 1983 to 1998
Richard Petty holds the record with 27 wins in the 1967 season.
Richard Petty has 200 wins, a figure considered unreachable by experts.
Jimmie Johnson holds the record with 5 consecutive Nascar Cup Series championships. His streak was from 2006 to 2010.
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.
Richard Petty with ten.
The record for most consecutive wins is held by Richard Petty with 10. It was in 1967 from August 12th to October 1st.
Richard Petty holds the record for most total wins in Nascar history, with 200.
The Nascar Cup Series record for most wins at Talladega is Dale Earnhardt Sr. with 10.
University of Miami,Florida. 58 consecutive wins,an NCAA Record
Jimmie Johnson has won the most championships in a row with 5 consecutive wins. 2006-2010.