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Statistical Advance: Analyzing the NASCAR All-Star Race

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Below is a look at some of the top statistical performers in the NASCAR All-Star Race. This season’s event is on Wednesday, July 15 on FS1, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio at 8:30 p.m. ET.

2020 NASCAR All-Star Race Entry List

Rank

 

Car

Driver

Organization

Crew Chief

Manufacturer

1

1

Kurt Busch

Chip Ganassi Racing

Matt McCall

Chevrolet

2

2

Brad Keselowski

Team Penske

Jeremy Bullins

Ford

3

4

Kevin Harvick

Stewart-Haas Racing

Rodney Childers

Ford

4

6

Ryan Newman

Roush Fenway Racing

Scott Graves

Ford

5

9

Chase Elliott

Hendrick Motorsports

Alan Gustafson

Chevrolet

6

11

Denny Hamlin

Joe Gibbs Racing

Christopher Gabehart

Toyota

7

12

Ryan Blaney

Team Penske

Todd Gordon

Ford

8

18

Kyle Busch

Joe Gibbs Racing

Adam Stevens

Toyota

9

19

Martin Truex Jr.

Joe Gibbs Racing

James Small

Toyota

10

20

Erik Jones

Joe Gibbs Racing

Chris Gayle

Toyota

11

22

Joey Logano

Team Penske

Paul Wolfe

Ford

12

41

Cole Custer #

Stewart-Haas Racing

Mike Shiplett

Ford

13

42

Matt Kenseth

Chip Ganassi Racing

Chad Johnston

Chevrolet

14

48

Jimmie Johnson

Hendrick Motorsports

Cliff Daniels

Chevrolet

15

77

Justin Haley(i)

Spire Motorsports

Gary Putnam

Chevrolet

16

88

Alex Bowman

Hendrick Motorsports

Greg Ives

Chevrolet

Four additional positions will be added to the NASCAR All-Star Race field following the NASCAR Open:

  • NASCAR Open Stage 1 Winner
  • NASCAR Open Stage 2 Winner
  • NASCAR Open Race Winner
  • Fan Vote Winner

ALL-STAR SPECIFIC STATISTICS

The stats below take into account the All-Star races at Charlotte & Atlanta

Winners

Runner-Ups

Rank

All-Star Winners

Wins

Rank

All-Stars

Runner-Ups

1

Jimmie Johnson

4

1

Kevin Harvick

4

2

Dale Earnhardt

3

2

Ken Schrader

3

3

Jeff Gordon

3

3

Sterling Marlin

3

4

Davey Allison

2

4

Bobby Labonte

2

5

Kevin Harvick

2

5

Brad Keselowski

2

6

Mark Martin

2

6

Dale Jarrett

2

7

Terry Labonte

2

7

Dale Earnhardt

1

8

Bill Elliott

1

8

Dale Earnhardt Jr

1

9

Carl Edwards

1

9

Daniel Suarez

1

10

Dale Earnhardt Jr

1

10

Elliott Sadler

1

11

Darrell Waltrip

1

11

Greg Biffle

1

12

Denny Hamlin

1

12

Harry Gant

1

13

Geoff Bodine

1

13

Jimmie Johnson

1

14

Jamie McMurray

1

14

Joey Logano

1

15

Joey Logano

1

15

Kurt Busch

1

16

Kasey Kahne

1

16

Kyle Busch

1

17

Kurt Busch

1

17

Kyle Larson

1

18

Kyle Busch

1

18

Kyle Petty

1

19

Kyle Larson

1

19

Mark Martin

1

20

Matt Kenseth

1

20

Martin Truex Jr

1

21

Michael Waltrip

1

21

Matt Kenseth

1

22

Rusty Wallace

1

22

Rusty Wallace

1

23

Ryan Newman

1

23

Ryan Newman

1

24

Tony Stewart

1

24

Terry Labonte

1

25

Tony Stewart

1

Poles

Rank

All-Stars

Poles

1

Bill Elliott

4

2

Kyle Busch

3

3

Matt Kenseth

3

4

Rusty Wallace

3

5

Bobby Labonte

2

6

Carl Edwards

2

7

Darrell Waltrip

2

8

Davey Allison

2

9

Terry Labonte

2

10

Bill Elliott

1

11

Clint Bowyer

1

12

Dale Earnhardt

1

13

Denny Hamlin

1

14

Ernie Irvan

1

15

Jeff Gordon

1

16

Jimmie Johnson

1

17

Kasey Kahne

1

18

Kyle Larson

1

19

Ryan Newman

1

ALL-STAR & OPEN SPECIFIC STATISTICS

NASCAR Open Winners

Fan Vote Winners

Open Winners

Season

Fan Vote Winners

Season

Kyle Larson

2019

Alex Bowman

2019

AJ Allmendinger

2018

Chase Elliott

2018

Daniel Suarez

2017

Chase Elliott

2017

Kyle Larson

2016

Chase Elliott

2016

Clint Bowyer

2015

Danica Patrick

2015

Clint Bowyer

2014

Josh Wise

2014

Jamie McMurray

2013

Danica Patrick

2013

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

2012

Bobby Labonte

2012

David Ragan

2011

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

2011

Martin Truex Jr.

2010

Carl Edwards

2010

Sam Hornish Jr.

2009

Joey Logano

2009

AJ Allmendinger

2008

Kasey Kahne

2008

Martin Truex Jr.

2007

Kenny Wallace

2007

Scott Riggs

2006

Kyle Petty

2006

Brian Vickers

2005

Martin Truex Jr.

2005

Sterling Marlin

2004

Ken Schrader

2004

Jeff Burton

2003

Ryan Newman

2002

Open Stage Winners

Todd Bodine

2001

Open Stage Winners

Stage

Season

Jerry Nadeau

2000

Bubba Wallace

Stage 2

2019

Tony Stewart

1999

William Byron

Stage 1

2019

Jeremy Mayfield

1998

Daniel Suarez

Stage 2

2018

Ricky Craven

1997

Alex Bowman

Stage 1

2018

Jimmy Spencer

1996

Ryan Blaney

Stage 2

2017

Todd Bodine

1995

Clint Bowyer

Stage 1

2017

Jeff Gordon

1994

Sterling Marlin

1993

Open Segment Winners

Michael Waltrip

1992

Open Segment Winners

Segment

Season

Michael Waltrip

1991

Kyle Larson

3

2016

Dick Trickle

1990

Greg Biffle

2

2016

Sterling Marlin

1989

Trevor Bayne

1

2016

Sterling Marlin

1988

Clint Bowyer

2

2015

Buddy Baker

1987

Greg Biffle

1

2015

Benny Parsons

1986

NASCAR All-Star Race:

HISTORY

  • There have been 35 NASCAR All-Star Races – 34 have been held at Charlotte Motor Speedway and one was held at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
  • The first NASCAR All-Star Race was held on May 25, 1985 at Charlotte Motor Speedway; the non-points event was won by NASCAR Hall of Famer Darrell Waltrip (Buick).
  • In 1986, the event was held at Atlanta Motor Speedway, and won by Bill Elliott (Ford).
  • The 1986 season was also the first year for what is now known as the NASCAR Open. There have been 38 Open events, one per year since 1986; except in 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2015 it was held as two events with the winners moving on to the All-Star Race.
  • This season marks the first time the NASCAR All-Star Race and Open will be held at Bristol Motor Speedway.

STARTS

  • A total of 103 different NASCAR Cup Series drivers have competed in at least one NASCAR All-Star Race; 86 different drivers have competed in more than one.
  • NASCAR Hall of Famer Mark Martin leads the series in NASCAR All-Star Race appearances with 24 starts.
  • Kevin Harvick leads all active drivers in NASCAR All-Star Race appearances with 19 starts.
  • The All-Star Race has featured a field that has ranged from 10 drivers in 1986 to 27 in 2002. Last season’s field had 19 participants and this weekend’s event is anticipating 20 participants.
  • NASCAR Hall of Famer Davey Allison leads the series in average starting position in the NASCAR All-Star Race with a 3.857 in seven starts
  • Kyle Busch leads all active drivers in average starting position in the NASCAR All-Star Race with a 5.357 in 14 starts.

Top 10 in Average Starting Position in the NASCAR All-Star Race (All-Time & Active)

Rank

All-Time Drivers

Avg. Start

Races

Rank

Active Drivers

Avg. Start

Races

1

Davey Allison

3.857

7

1

Kyle Busch

5.357

14

2

Kyle Busch

5.357

14

2

Austin Dillon

6.500

2

3

Bill Elliott

5.556

18

3

Clint Bowyer

8.000

10

4

Dale Earnhardt

5.625

16

4

Kevin Harvick

8.211

19

5

Austin Dillon

6.500

2

5

Jimmie Johnson

9.056

18

6

Tim Richmond

6.500

2

6

Kurt Busch

9.056

18

7

Rusty Wallace

7.421

19

7

Matt Kenseth

9.556

18

8

Clint Bowyer

8.000

10

8

Joey Logano

9.889

9

9

Derrike Cope

8.000

2

9

Brad Keselowski

10.455

11

10

Kevin Harvick

8.211

19

10

Aric Almirola

10.500

2

POLES

  • A total of 19 different drivers have won the Busch Pole Award for the NASCAR All-Star Race; six of 19 are active this week.
  • Terry Labonte won the inaugural Busch Pole Award for the NASCAR All-Star Race in 1985 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
  • Bill Elliott leads the series in NASCAR All-Star Race poles with four (1987, 1997, 1998 and 2000).
  • Kyle Busch (2008, 2011 and 2012) and Matt Kenseth (2002, 2007, 2018) leads all active drivers in NASCAR All-Star Race poles with three each.
  • Four drivers have won consecutive Busch poles for the NASCAR All-Star Race: Davey Allison (1991, 1992) Bill Elliott (1997, 1998), Kyle Busch (2011, 2012) and Carl Edwards (2013, 2014).
  • Three drivers started from the first starting position but did not win the pole due to Qualifying being cancelled: Bill Elliott (2003), Kurt Busch (2010) and Kevin Harvick (2016).

WINS

  • A total of 24 different drivers have won the NASCAR All-Star Race; eight of the 24 are active this week.
  • NASCAR Hall of Famer Darrell Waltrip won the inaugural NASCAR All-Star Race in 1985 at an average speed of 161.184 mph.
  • Seven of 24 NASCAR All-Star Race winners have multiple victories; led by Jimmie Johnson with four wins (2003, 2006, 2012 and 2013).
  • Dale Earnhardt (1987, 1990 and 1993) and Jeff Gordon (1995, 1997 and 2001) are the only three-time winners of the NASCAR All-Star Race.
  • Davey Allison (1991 and 1992), Terry Labonte (1988 and 1999), Mark Martin (1998 and 2005) and Kevin Harvick (2007, 2018) are the only other drivers to post multiple victories in the NASCAR All-Star Race.
  • Davey Allison (1991, 1992) and Jimmie Johnson (2012, 2013) are the only drivers to ever win consecutive NASCAR All-Star Races.
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. (2000) and Ryan Newman (2002) are the only two drivers to win the NASCAR All-Star Race in their rookie season.
  • Jeff Gordon is the youngest winner of the NASCAR All-Star Race at 23 years, 9 months and 18 days (1995).
  • Mark Martin is the oldest NASCAR All-Star Race winner at 46 years, 4 months and 12 days (2005).
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. is the only driver to win the NASCAR All-Star Race (2000), the NASCAR Open (2012) and the Fan Vote (2011).
  • Kasey Kahne is the only driver to win the Fan Vote and go on to win the All-Star race in the same season (2008).
  • Ryan Newman (2002) and Kyle Larson (2019) are the only two drivers to win a NASCAR Open event and go on to win the NASCAR All-Star Race in the same season.

NASCAR All-Star Race Wins by Organization

Organization

All-Star Wins

Hendrick Motorsports

9

Richard Childress Racing

4

Roush Fenway Racing

4

Team Penske

3

Robert Yates Racing

2

Joe Gibbs Racing

2

Stewart-Haas Racing

2

Chip Ganassi Racing

2

Richard Petty Motorsports

1

Dale Earnhardt, Inc.

1

Wood Brothers Racing

1

Geoff Bodine Racing

1

Blue Max Racing

1

Melling Racing

1

Junior Johnson & Associates

1

  • Five drivers have won the NASCAR All-Star Race and the NASCAR Cup Series championship in the same year: Darrell Waltrip (1985), Dale Earnhardt (1987, 1990, 1993), Rusty Wallace (1989), Jeff Gordon (1995, 1997, 2001) and Jimmie Johnson (2006, 2013).
  • A total of 15 different organizations have won the NASCAR All-Star Race.
  • Hendrick Motorsports leads the series in NASCAR All-Star Race wins with nine: Jimmie Johnson (four: 2003, 2006, 2012, 2013), Jeff Gordon (three: 1995, 1997, 2001) and Terry Labonte (two: 1999, 1988).
  • The NASCAR All-Star Race has been won from the first starting position five times; the first three came in consecutive years: Dale Earnhardt (1990), Davey Allison (1991 and 1992), Kurt Busch (2010) and Denny Hamlin (2015). Four of the five were from the pole, Kurt Busch won from the first starting position in 2010, but Qualifying was cancelled for that event due to weather.
  • The first, second and fourth starting positions are the three most proficient starting positions in the field, producing more winners (five winners each) than any other starting positions in the NASCAR All-Star Race – most recent was Kevin Harvick’s victory in 2018 from the fourth starting position.

NASCAR All-Star Race Wins by Starting Positions

Starting Position

Wins

Winning %

Starting Position

Wins

Winning %

1

5

14.29%

11

1

2.86%

2

5

14.29%

13

1

2.86%

3

3

8.57%

15

1

2.86%

4

5

14.29%

16

1

2.86%

5

2

5.71%

18

2

5.71%

6

2

5.71%

19

1

2.86%

7

1

2.86%

20

1

2.86%

8

1

2.86%

24

1

2.86%

10

1

2.86%

27

1

2.86%

Stats

Winning %

Wins

Winning from the First Starting Position:

14.29%

5

Winning from the Front Row:

28.57%

10

Winning from a Top-Five Starting Position:

57.14%

20

Winning from a Top-10 Starting Position:

71.43%

25

Winning After Starting Outside the Top 20:

5.71%

2

  • The deepest in the field a NASCAR All-Star race winner has started was 27th, by Ryan Newman in 2002.
  • Eight of the 16 drivers who are qualified for the 2020 NASCAR All-Star Race are looking for their first win in the event: Ryan Blaney, Alex Bowman, Cole Custer, Chase Elliott, Justin Haley, Erik Jones, Brad Keselowski and Martin Truex Jr.
  • Five different manufacturers have won a NASCAR All-Star Race; led by Chevrolet with 18 victories; followed by Ford (12), Toyota (two), Dodge (two) and Pontiac (one).

ADDITIONAL FINISHING POSITIONS

Runner-Up Finishes:

  • A total of 25 different drivers have finished runner-up in the NASCAR All-Star Race.
  • Kevin Harvick (2006, 2014, 2015, 2019) leads the series in NASCAR All-Star Race runner-up finishes with four.

Top-Five Finishes:

  • A total of 50 different drivers have finished in the top-five in the NASCAR All-Star Race.
  • NASCAR Hall of Famer Dale Earnhardt and Jimmie Johnson lead the series in top-five finishes in the NASCAR All-Star Race with nine each.

Top-10 Finishes:

  • A total of 81 different drivers have finished in the top-10 in the NASCAR All-Star Race.
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. leads the NASCAR Cup Series in top-10 finishes in the NASCAR All-Star Race with 14.
  • Matt Kenseth and Kevin Harvick lead all active series drivers in top-10 finishes in the NASCAR All-Star Race with 12 each.

Average Finishing Positions:

  • Tim Richmond (two starts) leads the NASCAR Cup Series (all-time) in average finishing position in the NASCAR All-Star Race with a 4.0.
  • Joey Logano (nine starts) leads all active drivers in the series in average finishing position in the NASCAR All-Star Race with a 6.5; followed by Jimmie Johnson with a 7.2.

Top 10 in Average Finishing Positions in the NASCAR All-Star Race (All-time & Active)

Rank

All-Time Drivers

Avg Finish

Races

Rank

Active Drivers

Avg Finish

Races

1

Tim Richmond

4.000

2

1

Joey Logano

6.556

9

2

Jerry Nadeau

4.500

2

2

Jimmie Johnson

7.278

18

3

Ken Schrader

6.125

8

3

Chase Elliott

8.000

4

4

Davey Allison

6.143

7

4

Matt Kenseth

8.000

18

5

Bobby Allison

6.333

3

5

Kevin Harvick

8.474

19

6

Kyle Larson

6.500

4

6

Daniel Suarez

8.500

2

7

Joey Logano

6.556

9

7

Austin Dillon

9.500

2

8

Dale Earnhardt

7.125

16

8

Aric Almirola

10.000

2

9

Jimmie Johnson

7.278

18

9

Kyle Busch

10.000

14

10

Chase Elliott

8.000

4

10

Kurt Busch

10.111

18

LAP LEADERS

  • In total 50 different drivers have led at least one lap in the NASCAR All-Star Race.
  • Kyle Busch leads the series in NASCAR All-Star Race laps led with 271 laps led in 14 starts.
  • The most laps led in a NASCAR All-Star Race by a driver that won the race is 82 of the scheduled 83 laps (98.8%) by NASCAR Hall of Famer Bill Elliott in 1986 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. He started the event in the second starting position.
  • The most laps led in a NASCAR All-Star Race by driver that did not win is 121 of the scheduled 135 laps (89.6%) by NASCAR Hall of Famer Bill Elliott in 1987 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. He started the event first but finished 14th.
  • Two of the 34 NASCAR All-Star Races were led by a single driver from flag-to-flag – in 1990 Dale Earnhardt led all 70 laps and in 1991 Davey Allison also led all 70 laps (100%). Both instances hold the event’s record for highest percentage of laps led.
  • The fewest laps led by the eventual winner of the NASCAR All-Star Race is two laps and it has happened three times:
    • 1993 (Dale Earnhardt)
    • 2000 (Dale Earnhardt Jr.)
    • 2009 (Tony Stewart)

Top 10 Lap Leaders in the NASCAR All-Star Race (All-Time)

Rank

All-Stars

Races

Led

Completed

% Led

1

Kyle Busch

14

271

1,137

23.8%

2

Bill Elliott

18

267

1,486

18.0%

3

Jimmie Johnson

18

238

1,638

14.5%

4

Jeff Gordon

22

165

1,794

9.2%

5

Kevin Harvick

19

157

1,558

10.1%

6

Dale Earnhardt

16

136

1,235

11.0%

7

Darrell Waltrip

16

132

1,255

10.5%

8

Davey Allison

7

128

684

18.7%

9

Brad Keselowski

11

115

936

12.3%

10

Ryan Newman

18

111

1,581

7.0%

EVENT SPECIFIC STATS

The following statistics take into account the NASCAR All-Star Races at Charlotte & Atlanta

All-Star Races: 35
Pole Winners: 19
Youngest Pole Winner: Kyle Busch (5/17/2008 – 23 years, 0 months, 5 days – Charlotte)
Oldest Pole Winner: Rusty Wallace (5/22/2004 – 47 years, 11 months, 8 days – Charlotte)
Race Winners: 24
Youngest Race Winner: Jeff Gordon (5/22/1995 – 23 years, 9 months and 18 days – Charlotte)
Oldest Race Winner: Mark Martin (5/21/2005 – 46 years, 4 months, 12 days – Charlotte)
Race Won From Pole (Or 1st Starting Position): 5 (all five at Charlotte)
Last Race Won From Pole (Or 1st Starting Position): Kevin Harvick (5/19/2018 – Charlotte)
Race Record: Jeff Gordon – 185.022 MPH (5/19/2001 – Charlotte)
Qualifying Record: Carl Edwards – 146.915 MPH (5/17/2014 – Charlotte)

FAN VOTE

  • The NASAR All-Star Fan Vote was introduced to the format in 2004. The first Fan Vote winner was Ken Schrader, driving for BAM Racing.
  • In 2008, Kasey Kahne became the first driver to get into the NASCAR All-Star Race by the Fan Vote and go on to win the event. Kahne started 24th in the All-Star race and won.
  • Danica Patrick became the first driver to win more than one Fan Vote into the NASCAR All-Star Race (2013, 2015).
  • Chase Elliott became the first driver to win it in consecutive seasons (2016, 2017, 2018), and also the first driver to win it three times.
  • Kasey Kahne, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Joey Logano and Carl Edwards are the only four drivers who have won the NASCAR All-Star Race and the Fan Vote. Kahne won both in 2008, Earnhardt Jr. won the race in 2000 and the Fan Vote in 2011. Logano won the Fan Vote in 2009 and the All-Star race in 2016. Edwards won the Fan Vote in 2010 and the All-Star Race in 2011.

Season

Fan Vote Winners

2004

Ken Schrader

2005

Martin Truex Jr.

2006

Kyle Petty

2007

Kenny Wallace

2008

Kasey Kahne

2009

Joey Logano

2010

Carl Edwards

2011

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

2012

Bobby Labonte

2013

Danica Patrick

2014

Josh Wise

2015

Danica Patrick

2016

Chase Elliott

2017

Chase Elliott 

2018

Chase Elliott

2019

Alex Bowman

NASCAR OPEN

  • The NASCAR Open was first introduced into the All-Star format in 1986 at Atlanta Motor Speedway – the first event was won by Benny Parsons, but it did not grant him entry to the All-Star race; that started the following season.
  • A total of 28 different drivers have won the NASCAR Open from 1986-2019.
    Sterling Marlin leads the NASCAR Cup Series in Open wins with four victories (1988, 1989, 1993 and 2004).
  • Eight of the 28 NASCAR Open winners have multiple wins – Sterling Marlin (four), AJ Allmendinger, Clint Bowyer, Jeremy Mayfield, Martin Truex Jr., Michael Waltrip, Kyle Larson and Todd Bodine each have two victories.
  • Three drivers have won consecutive NASCAR Opens – Sterling Marlin (1988-89), Michael Waltrip (1991-92) and Clint Bowyer (2014-15).
  • Ryan Newman (2002) and Kyle Larson (2019) are the only two drivers to win the NASCAR Open and the All-Star Race in the same weekend.

NASCAR Cup Series Open Winners – All-Time

Open Winners

Crew Chief

Organization

Date

Tracks

Kyle Larson

Chad Johnston

Chip Ganassi Racing

5/18/2019

Charlotte

AJ Allmendinger

Tristan Smith

JTG Daugherty Racing

5/18/2018

Charlotte

Daniel Suarez

Scott Graves

Joe Gibbs Racing

5/20/2017

Charlotte

Kyle Larson

Chad Johnston

Chip Ganassi Racing

5/21/2016

Charlotte

Clint Bowyer

Brian Pattie

Premium Motorsports

5/15/2015

Charlotte

Greg Biffle

Matt Puccia

Roush Fenway Racing

5/15/2015

Charlotte

Clint Bowyer

Brian Pattie

Premium Motorsports

5/16/2014

Charlotte

Jamie McMurray

Kevin Manion

Chip Ganassi Racing

5/18/2013

Charlotte

Dale Earnhardt Jr

Steve Letarte

Hendrick Motorsports

5/19/2012

Charlotte

David Ragan

Drew Blickensderfer

Roush Fenway Racing

5/21/2011

Charlotte

Martin Truex Jr

Pat Tryson

Michael Waltrip Racing

5/22/2010

Charlotte

Sam Hornish Jr

Travis Geisler

Team Penske

5/16/2009

Charlotte

AJ Allmendinger

Ricky Viers

Red Bull Racing

5/17/2008

Charlotte

Martin Truex Jr

Kevin Manion

Chip Ganassi Racing

5/19/2007

Charlotte

Scott Riggs

Rodney Childers

Evernham Motorsports

5/20/2006

Charlotte

Brian Vickers

Lance McGrew

Hendrick Motorsports

5/21/2005

Charlotte

Sterling Marlin

Lee McCall

Chip Ganassi Racing

5/22/2004

Charlotte

Jeff Burton

Paul Andrews

Roush Fenway Racing

5/17/2003

Charlotte

Jeremy Mayfield

Ray Evernham

Richard Petty Motorsports

5/18/2002

Charlotte

Ryan Newman

Matt Borland

Team Penske

5/18/2002

Charlotte

Johnny Benson

James Ince

MB2 Motorsports

5/19/2001

Charlotte

Todd Bodine

Larry Carter

Travis Carter Enterprises

5/19/2001

Charlotte

Jerry Nadeau

Tony Furr

Hendrick Motorsports

5/20/2000

Charlotte

Steve Park

Paul Andrews

Dale Earnhardt Inc.

5/20/2000

Charlotte

Tony Stewart

Greg Zipadelli

Joe Gibbs Racing

5/22/1999

Charlotte

Jeremy Mayfield

Paul Andrews

Kranefuss-Haas Racing

5/16/1998

Charlotte

Ricky Craven

Andy Graves

Hendrick Motorsports

5/17/1997

Charlotte

Jimmy Spencer

Donnie Wingo

Travis Carter Enterprises

5/18/1996

Charlotte

Todd Bodine

Mike Hill

Butch Mock Motorsports

5/22/1995

Charlotte

Jeff Gordon

Ray Evernham

Hendrick Motorsports

5/21/1994

Charlotte

Sterling Marlin

Bill & Mickey Stavola

Stavola Brothers Racing

5/22/1993

Charlotte

Michael Waltrip

Doug Hewitt

Bahari Racing

5/16/1992

Charlotte

Michael Waltrip

Bill Ingle

Bahari Racing

5/19/1991

Charlotte

Dick Trickle

Cale Yarborough

Cale Yarborough Motorsports

5/20/1990

Charlotte

Sterling Marlin

Billy Hagan

Hagan Enterprises

5/21/1989

Charlotte

Sterling Marlin

Billy Hagan

Hagan Enterprises

5/22/1988

Charlotte

Buddy Baker

Doug Richert

Buddy Baker Racing

5/17/1987

Charlotte

Benny Parsons

Cliff Champion

Jackson Brothers Racing

5/11/1986

Atlanta

NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Race Winners – All-Time

All-Star Winners

Crew Chief

Organization

Date

Tracks

Kyle Larson

Chad Johnston

Chip Ganassi Racing

5/18/2019

Charlotte

Kevin Harvick

Rodney Childers

Stewart-Haas Racing

5/19/2018

Charlotte

Kyle Busch

Adam Stevens

Joe Gibbs Racing

5/20/2017

Charlotte

Joey Logano

Todd Gordon

Team Penske

5/21/2016

Charlotte

Denny Hamlin

Dave Rogers

Joe Gibbs Racing

5/16/2015

Charlotte

Jamie McMurray

Keith Rodden

Chip Ganassi Racing

5/17/2014

Charlotte

Jimmie Johnson

Chad Knaus

Hendrick Motorsports

5/18/2013

Charlotte

Jimmie Johnson

Chad Knaus

Hendrick Motorsports

5/19/2012

Charlotte

Carl Edwards

Bob Osborne

Roush Fenway Racing

5/21/2011

Charlotte

Kurt Busch

Steve Addington

Team Penske

5/22/2010

Charlotte

Tony Stewart

Darian Grubb

Stewart-Haas Racing

5/16/2009

Charlotte

Kasey Kahne

Kenny Francis

Richard Petty Motorsports

5/17/2008

Charlotte

Kevin Harvick

Todd Berrier

Richard Childress Racing

5/19/2007

Charlotte

Jimmie Johnson

Chad Knaus

Hendrick Motorsports

5/20/2006

Charlotte

Mark Martin

Pat Tryson

Roush Fenway Racing

5/21/2005

Charlotte

Matt Kenseth

Robbie Reiser

Roush Fenway Racing

5/22/2004

Charlotte

Jimmie Johnson

Chad Knaus

Hendrick Motorsports

5/17/2003

Charlotte

Ryan Newman

Matt Borland

Team Penske

5/18/2002

Charlotte

Jeff Gordon

Robbie Loomis

Hendrick Motorsports

5/19/2001

Charlotte

Dale Earnhardt Jr

Tony Eury Sr.

Dale Earnhardt, Inc.

5/20/2000

Charlotte

Terry Labonte

Andy Graves

Hendrick Motorsports

5/22/1999

Charlotte

Mark Martin

Jimmy Fennig

Roush Fenway Racing

5/16/1998

Charlotte

Jeff Gordon

Ray Evernham

Hendrick Motorsports

5/17/1997

Charlotte

Michael Waltrip

Leonard Wood

Wood Brothers Racing

5/18/1996

Charlotte

Jeff Gordon

Ray Evernham

Hendrick Motorsports

5/22/1995

Charlotte

Geoff Bodine

Paul Andrews

Geoff Bodine Racing

5/21/1994

Charlotte

Dale Earnhardt

Andy Petree

Richard Childress Racing

5/22/1993

Charlotte

Davey Allison

Larry McReynolds

Robert Yates Racing

5/16/1992

Charlotte

Davey Allison

Jake Elder

Robert Yates Racing

5/19/1991

Charlotte

Dale Earnhardt

Kirk Shelmerdine

Richard Childress Racing

5/20/1990

Charlotte

Rusty Wallace

Barry Dobson

Blue Max Racing

5/21/1989

Charlotte

Terry Labonte

Tim Brewer

Hendrick Motorsports

5/22/1988

Charlotte

Dale Earnhardt

Kirk Shelmerdine

Richard Childress Racing

5/17/1987

Charlotte

Bill Elliott

Ernie Elliott

Melling Racing

5/11/1986

Atlanta

Darrell Waltrip

Jeff Hammond

Junior Johnson & Associates

5/25/1985

Charlotte

— NASCAR Media

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