Richard Petty has 200 wins.Actually it depends on what you mean by NASCAR. If you mean in the top series (Winston Cup, Nextel Cup, and now Sprint Cup) then Richard Petty has the most with 200 wins. If you mean out of all the divisions in and outside of NASCAR then the person with the most wins is Dick Trickle. Richie Evans may be the all-time winningest NASCAR driver in all classes, though most of his wins were in modifieds.The all-time winningest driver in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series is Richard Petty, but Jeff Gordon is the winningest currentdriver in that series. Kyle Busch is the winningest driver in the Nationwide Series (also a current driver). Ron Hornaday is the winningest driver in the Nascar Truck Series (also a current driver).
All time is Richard Petty with 200. Through 9/6/2011, Jeff Gordon leads active drivers with 85 wins.
The top 5 all-time winningest drivers in the Nascar Cup Series are:Richard Petty - 200David Pearson - 105Jeff Gordon - 88Bobby Allison - 84Darrell Waltrip -84
Richard Petty with 200.
Most people would think it is Dale Earnhardt Sr., but really at this point in time Dale Earnhardt Jr. is the most popular Nascar driver ever.
In the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Joe Nemechek is the oldest full-time driver. Mike Wallace is the oldest full-time driver in the NASCAR Nationwide Series.
David Pearson is 2nd all time in Nascar with 105 career wins.
Buddy Baker was the tallest driver to ever race in NASCAR at 6'6. Michael Waltrip is the tallest current driver racing in NASCAR at 6'5.
Richard Petty has the most Nascar Cup Series wins all-time, with 200. Jeff Gordon is the active leader, with 85.
In 2012, while racing full-time in the Nascar Cup Series, Regan Smith earned $4,153,890. He is now a full-time Nascar Nationwide Series driver.