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The win in Texas moves Chase Elliott one win away from setting a record in the modern NASCAR era

Chase Elliott’s win last weekend at Texas Motor Speedway puts him one win closer to a record in the modern NASCAR era (since 1972).

Elliott’s last thirteen Cup wins have all come at different tracks. That’s one shy of the modern-era record shared by Denny Hamlin and Kyle Larson. Both had streaks of 14 consecutive victories at different tracks.

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The all-time NASCAR record is 21 consecutive wins at different tracks by Richard Petty. Twenty of those wins came in the 1967 season. The last win in that streak was in 1968.

Hamlin’s streak started in the fall race at Texas in 2010 and continued through the regular season finale of Richmond in 2016.

Larson’s streak started with his victory in the second race in Michigan in 2017 and continued with his victory in Fontana, California, in 2022.

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Elliott’s streak started with his win in the 2020 Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

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Chase Elliott wasn’t the only one who left the track with a good feeling on Sunday.

The Cup Series heads to Talladega Superspeedway this weekend and Dover the following weekend. Elliott has already won at both tracks during his current streak.

The May 5 race at Kansas Speedway will be Elliott’s first chance to give Hamlin and Larson 14 straight wins at different tracks.

Here’s a look at each of the victories Hamlin, Larson, Elliott and Petty scored at several consecutive tracks.

Table of Contents

Denny Hamlin

  1. Texas II 2010

  2. Michigan I 2011

  3. Phoenix I 2012

  4. Kansas I 2012

  5. Bristol II 2012

  6. Atlanta II 2012

  7. New Hampshire II 2012

  8. Hoeve 2013

  9. Talladega 2014

  10. Martinsville I 2015

  11. Chicago 2015

  12. Daytona 2016

  13. Watkins Glen 2016

  14. Richmond II 2016

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Kyle Larson

  1. Michigan II 2017

  2. Richmond II 2017

  3. Dover II 2019

  4. Las Vegas I 2021

  5. Charlotte 2021

  6. Sonoma 2021

  7. Nashville 2021

  8. Watkins Glen 2021

  9. Bristol II 2021

  10. Charlotte Roval 2021

  11. Texas 2021

  12. Kansas II 2021

  13. Phoenix II 2021

  14. Fontana 2022

Chase Elliott

  1. Charlotte 2020

  2. 2020 Daytona road course

  3. Charlotte Roval 2020

  4. Martinsville II 2020

  5. Phoenix II 2020

  6. Circuit of America 2021

  7. Away America 2021

  8. Dover 2022

  9. Nashville 2022

  10. Atlanta II 2022

  11. Pocono 2022

  12. Talladega 2022

  13. Texas 2024

Richard Petty

  1. Hampton, Va. 1967

  2. Mâcon, Georgia 1967

  3. Maryville, Tennessee I 1967

  4. Rockingham I 1967

  5. Greenville, South Carolina 1967

  6. Trenton, NJ 1967

  7. Fonda, New York 1967

  8. Islip, New York 1967

  9. Bristol II 1967

  10. Nashville (Fairgrounds Speedway) 1967

  11. Winston-Salem, North Carolina 1967

  12. Cayce, South Carolina II 1967

  13. Savannah, Georgia 1967

  14. Darlington II 1967

  15. Hickory, North Carolina II 1967

  16. Richmond II 1967

  17. Beltsville, Maryland 1967

  18. Hillsborough, North Carolina 1967

  19. Martinsville II 1967

  20. North Wilkesboro II 1967

  21. Montgomery, Alabama 1968

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