In 2012, Brad Keselowski became the latest driver to win the Nascar Sprint Cup Series championship.
Harry Gant became the oldest driver to win a NASCAR Cup point race at age 52 by winning the Winston Cup event in Michigan, August 16, 1992.
Tony Stewart was the last driver to win the Nascar Cup Series championship prior to Jimmie Johnson, it was in 2005. Johnson has been the champion since 2006.
Jimmie Johnson won the 2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship, the first driver to win 4 consecutive NASCAR titles.
The first champion was Red Byron back in 1949.
Bobby Allison was the oldest Nascar driver to win the Coca-Cola 600, at 46 years old. Allison won the race on May 27, 1984 and it was known as the World 600.
Jimmie Johnson is the only Nascar driver to win the Cup Series championship five times. Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt Sr. won seven championships each.
No black woman has ever raced in Nascar. I don't know if one even has raced in professional motorsports.
Dale Jr. has never won a Nascar Cup Series championship. He did win the Nascar Busch Series championship twice, in 1998 and 1999.
Carl Edwards Until another driver can win the championship who is not named Jimmie Johnson. It's Jimmie Johnson.
Joey Logano won the 2007 Nascar Busch East Series championship. That is his only championship in Nascar.
To become a NASCAR driver, you must first drive on a local track and win their championship series. If you do, you will become eligible to join the NASCAR Touring Series which will help get you ready for a future stint with NASCAR.
No, he also has a chance to make history on 11/22/2009 by being the first driver ever to win the NASCAR championship title 4 years in a row. In 2010, Jimmie Johnson won his fifth straight Nascar championship.
Red Byron won the Nascar 'Strictly Stock' championship in 1949.
Lee Petty was the first driver to win the Nascar championship three times. He won the 1954, 1958 and 1959 Grand National Series titles.
Dale Jr. never won the Nascar Cup Series championship.
No, Kyle Petty never won a Nascar championship.
No, he did not. Kyle did win the 2009 Nationwide Series championship.
For being the only driver to win 200 Nascar Cup Series races and the first to win seven championships. In 1994, Dale Earnhardt Sr. won his seventh Nascar championship, tying Richard Petty.
The Nascar Driver That Gave His Owner His 200th Win Was Jimmie Johnson At Darlington.
Rusty Wallace won the Nascar Winston Cup Series championship in 1989.
Not as a driver. Junior Johnson did win Nascar championships as a car owner.
Prior to 2011, a driver could do just that. Not any longer. In January 2011, NASCAR president Mike Helton announced that a driver must choose only one series in which they will compete for a championship.