No driver won the Nascar championship four times in a row, when it was called the Winston Cup Series.
Jimmie Johnson won the championship five consecutive years, from 2006-2010. In the first two it was known as the Nextel Cup, in the last three it was the Sprint Cup.
Cale Yarborough won the most Winston Cup Series championships in a row, with three, from 1976-1978.
The record is held by Tommy Houston. He started the first 360 races in the divisions history.
Winston Smith has written: 'The people of His pasture' -- subject(s): Church history, First United Methodist Church (Demopolis, Ala.), History
There has never been a driver to win both the Busch (now the Nationwide Series) and the Winston Cup (now the Sprint Cup Series).
In 2001, Kevin Harvick became the first and only driver to win both the Busch Series Championship and the Winston Cup Series Rookie of the Year Award in the same season.
In 1971, Richard Petty won the first Nascar championship award named the "Winston Cup". Prior to this, the series was known as the Strictly Stock Series (1949) and then the Grand National Series (1950-1970).
Winston Spencer Churchill
Cale Yarborough won his first of three in a row Sprint Car Championships in 1976. He is still the only driver to do that.
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