• MANUFACTURER
    Ford
    Ford
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    1
    POINTS
    88
    Wins
    1
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Finished career-best eighth in series points, making the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup for the first time in his career. 2011: Finished 24th in series points. … Won career-best two poles, at Sonoma and Pocono. 2010: Finished career-best 16th in series points. … Became youngest pole winner in NASCAR Sprint Cup history with his first career pole at Bristol.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Chevrolet
    Chevrolet
    Position Up 3
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    2
    POINTS
    87
    Wins
    1
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Won sixth NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship, becoming third driver with six titles, one short of the all-time record held by NASCAR Hall of Famers Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt. Led series in top fives (16), top 10s (24) and laps led (1,985). 2012: Finished third in points after his rear gear broke at Homestead battling for the championship. Had five wins and four poles. 2011: Finished sixth in points, the first time in his career he finished outside of the top five. 2010-2006: Won five consecutive Sprint Cup championships. Driver of the year 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2010.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Chevrolet
    Chevrolet
    Position Down -1
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    3
    POINTS
    86
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Finished third in series points, tying career-best finish. Made fourth consecutive Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. 2012: Made the Chase for the eighth time and came in eighth place. Shut down Kevin Harvick Inc., folding it into Richard Childress Racing. Has won the Nationwide Series championship twice (2006 as an owner/driver and 2001) and the Truck championship as an owner twice with Ron Hornaday Jr. (2007, 2009).

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Chevrolet
    Chevrolet
    Position Down -1
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    4
    POINTS
    84
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Finished fifth in series points, scoring a career-high 22 top-10 finishes. Had eight top 10s in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. 2012: Made it back to Victory Lane at Michigan in June. Led the points for a good portion of the season leading to the Chase until he had to sit out due to a concussion (Regan Smith replaced him), erasing his Chase hopes. 2011: First season with Steve Letarte as crew chief and the duo finished seventh in points. Was on pole for the Daytona 500. 2010: Ran the infamous No. 3 Wrangler paint scheme in the Nationwide series at Daytona and won.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Chevy
    Chevy
    Position Up 3
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    5
    POINTS
    75
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Finished 16th in series points. ... With a win at Sonoma Raceway, ended 218-race winless drought. Led series in Quality Passes with 2,027. 2012: Tied his best points finish (11th - 2007), earning one pole, seven top fives and 19 top 10s. 2011: Welcomed new crew chief Chad Johnston mid-season. 2010: Moved from Earnhardt Ganassi Racing to Michael Waltrip Racing. Won the Sprint Showdown for the second time (2007).

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Chevrolet
    Chevrolet
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    6
    POINTS
    68
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Finished 24th in series points. Best finish, ninth at Daytona-2, first top-10 finish since 2009. 2011: Finished 31st in series points after missing season-opening Daytona 500. Earned spot in top 35 in owners’ points after season’s second race, fell out twice but raced last 27 races locked into top 35. Best start, 11th at Indianapolis. 2010: Finished 36th in series points., running 21 races for four owners before joining Germain Racing.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Chevrolet
    Chevrolet
    Position Up 2
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    7
    POINTS
    65
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Finished 12th in series points, winning two races, at Bristol and Pocono. Kasey earned a career-best of six runner up finishes. 2012: Finally settled at Hendrick Motorsports, Kahne had two wins and was fourth in points, earning 12 top fives, 19 top 10s and two poles. 2011: Considered a filler year at Red Bull Racing, Kahne earned one win and two poles. 2010: After announcing he would leave Richard Petty Motorsports, he was released five weeks early from his contract and started at Red Bull Racing. 2008: Became the first driver to win the Fan Vote and then win the NASCAR Sprint All Star Race.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Chevrolet
    Chevrolet
    Position Up 9
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    8
    POINTS
    62
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Split time with Phoenix Racing (nine starts) and JTG Daugherty Racing (nine starts) finishing 16 or 18 races started. 2011: Finished career-best 15th in series points, continuing four-year forward movement. AJ finished with 10 top-10 finishes. 2010: Finished 19th in series points. AJ earned his first career pole at Phoenix. Finished season with three consecutive top-10 starts and qualified for every race for second consecutive season.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Ford
    Ford
    Position Up 6
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    9
    POINTS
    62
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Finished career-best 18th in series points, with career-high six top-10 finishes. 2012: Finished career-best 20th in series points. More than doubled previous career total starts in first full-time season. … Ran season’s first nine races with crew chief Greg Erwin, next 17 with Mike Ford before finishing season with Todd Parrott, with whom he had three top-10 starts, two top-10 finishes (including his season-best) Best finish, fourth at Martinsville-2 tied career best. 2010: Ran nine races; four for James Finch, five for Richard Petty Motorsports in No. 9 Ford, replacing Kasey Kahne. … Career-best finish, fourth, came in Homestead season finale, his last start before 2012 Daytona 500. …

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Toyota
    Toyota
    Position Down -3
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    10
    POINTS
    58
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Finished seventh in series points. Clint ranked in the top 10 in the points standings after 35 of the 36 races. Qualified for fifth Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup in seven years. 2012: Made the Chase for the fourth time, finishing second in points. Had three wins, 10 top fives and 23 top 10s. 2011: Six DNFs ruined his chance at making the Chase and announced his departure from RCR to MWR. 2010: Made his third Chase, finishing 10th.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Ford
    Ford
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    11
    POINTS
    56
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Finished 26th in series points, with two top 10s, both at Talladega. 2011: Finished 30th in series points. … Started season with a third-place effort in Daytona 500. … Equaled careerbest with two top-10 finishes. … Average finish of 28.2. … Best start, 17th at Bristol-2. … Average start of 34.7. … For second consecutive season running at finish of 30 of 36 races. … Completed 90.8 percent of laps attempted. 2010: Finished 32nd in series points. … Didn’t enter two races but qualified for 32-of-33. … Best start, 16th, at Bristol-1; average start 36th. … Best finish, 19th (Martinsville-1, Infineon); average finish 29.3. … Completed 96.5 percent of laps attempted.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    leaderboard_ford_60x36
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    12
    POINTS
    55
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2012: Finished fourth in the points while pulling double duty for the final 20 races of the season. Announced he will run full time again in the Nationwide series in 2013 with a part-time Cup schedule. 2011: Ran a partial schedule in the Nationwide series, finishing 23rd in points. 2010-2008: Was a full-time Cup driver, finishing a best 28th in points.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Ford
    Ford
    Position Down -3
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    13
    POINTS
    54
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2012: Finished fifth in the points, his fifth time finishing in the top 10. Won two races and had three poles. 2011: Had a crew chief change from Greg Erwin to Matt Puccia. Has won the Camping World Truck championship (2000) and the Nationwide championship (2002).

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Toyota
    Toyota
    Position Up 6
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    14
    POINTS
    54
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Led a total of 524 laps, including 122 laps en route to a win at Phoenix. Held second place in series points for nine weeks; held third place in points for eight weeks after that. 2012: After tying for the championship in 2011 (coming in second due to having less wins), Edwards had zero wins and one pole. He ran one Nationwide series race, which he won. Halfway through the season his long-time crew chief Bob Osborne left, pairing him with Chad Norris. In 2013, he will be paired with Jimmy Fennig. 2011: Won the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race. While still battling for the Sprint Cup championship, won eight Nationwide series races. 2010: Finished fourth in points with nine top fives and 19 top 10s. 2007: Won the Nationwide series championship.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Ford
    Ford
    Position Up 1
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    15
    POINTS
    53
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Finished 28th in series points. Boosted growing reputation for restrictor-plate expertise with second career victory, at Talladega. 2011: Finished 23rd in series points. Won first career race in 163rd start, at Daytona. Won first two career poles, at Texas and Indianapolis. 2010: Finished 24th in series points. David's best finish was sixth, at Talladega.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Chevrolet
    Chevrolet
    Position Up 2
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    16
    POINTS
    51
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Finished 27th in series points. Finished second in the Sunoco Rookie of the Year standings. Won the pole for the Daytona 500, becoming the first female in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series history to win a pole. Won the Sprint Fan Vote for the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race. 2012: First full-time season in the Nationwide series for JR Motorsports, finishing 10th, while competing in 10 races in the Sprint Cup series for Stewart-Haas Racing (highest finish was 17th). 2011: Running a partial schedule, earned highest finish for a woman in any national series, placing fourth at Las Vegas. 2010: Debuted in stock car racing, competing in the ARCA, NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and Nationwide series.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Chevrolet
    Chevrolet
    Position Up 5
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    17
    POINTS
    50
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Finished 17th in series points. Best finishes of the season were two fourth-place efforts, at Michigan and Talladega. 2012: Finished career-best 16th in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series points, improving career best finish in the standings for third consecutive season. Completed career-best 99.7 percent of laps attempted, leading all NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competitors (10,406 of 10,442 laps). 2011: Finished career-best 17th in series points. Won first race in career start No. 167, at Indianapolis.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Toyota
    Toyota
    Position Up 13
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    18
    POINTS
    49
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Finished second in series points, finishing the season 19 points out of first, in debut season with Joe Gibbs Racing. Qualified for the Chase for the ninth time in the format’s 10 years of existence, then won the first two Chase events, Chicagoland and New Hampshire. 2012: Made his ninth Chase appearance after announcing he would be leaving Roush Fenway Racing for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2013. Won three races, including the Daytona 500 and two races during the Chase. 2009: Won the first two races of the season, joining only four other drivers in history to do that. 2003: Won the Championship, despite having only one win.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Toyota
    Toyota
    Position Down -15
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    19
    POINTS
    48
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Finished 23rd in series points. Denny's sole victory of season came in finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Won season-ending Coors Light Pole Award after series-leading five poles. 2012: Finished fifth in points with 14 top fives, 17 top 10s, five wins and three poles. Also had a new crew chief in Darian Grubb. 2011: After finishing ninth in his “second year slump,” he won one race and got a new crew chief for 2012. 2010: Hamlin had the Championship all but locked up, with eight wins, 14 top fives and 18 top tens and two poles. He ran into trouble in Homestead and Jimmie Johnson earned number five. 2006: Became the first rookie to win the Budweiser Shootout and quality for the Chase.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    leaderboard_chevrolet_60x36
    Position Up 13
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    21
    POINTS
    40
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Finished 11th in series points. … Final year with Stewart-Haas Racing. Won Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis. Got into the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup after point penalties were levied against Michael Waltrip Racing and Martin Truex Jr. coming out of Richmond, removing Truex from the Chase field. 2012: Had one win, six top fives and 14 top 10s. 2010: Won first race with SHR at Phoenix-1. 2008: Won the 50th Daytona 500. Announced exit from Penske Racing for Stewart-Haas Racing. 2003: With a win at Chicago in July, kicked off a 13-race hot streak that included six wins. His series-high 11 poles was the most since Bill Elliott’s 11 in 1995. 2002: Beat Jimmie Johnson for Rookie of the Year honors. Set a rookie record with 22 top-10 finishes. Became the second Rookie to win the All-Star Race. 2001: Scored first pole in third career NASCAR Sprint Cup start at Coca-Cola 600.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Ford
    Ford
    Position Up 13
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    22
    POINTS
    39
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Finished 14th in points, with his only win posted at Charlotte. Finished season with nine top fives and 16 top 10s, including four consecutive top-five finishes to begin the season. 2012: Won the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship in only his third full season while also taking home three Nationwide wins. 2011: Finished fifth in points and had three wins, which all came after breaking his ankle at a test at Road Atlanta. 2010: Won the NASCAR Nationwide Series Championship.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Ford
    Ford
    Position Down -9
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    28
    POINTS
    29
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2012: Finished seventh in points driving for JR Motorsports. At the end of the season, JRM announced it would cut back to one primary car with Regan Smith, leaving Whitt without a ride. 2011: Ran in the Truck series for Red Bull Racing and made two Sprint Cup starts. 2010: Made Nationwide series debut in Red Bull Racing’s R&D team.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Ford
    Ford
    Position Down -5
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    30
    POINTS
    23
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Finished 19th in series points, winning Sunoco Rookie of the Year Award. Ricky enjoyed fast start to season, residing in the series standings’ top 12 for first five weeks. Got first series pole at Atlanta, went on to finish 16th. 2012: Won second consecutive Nationwide series title and announced his move to Cup for 2013, where he’ll take over the No. 17. 2011: Swept the Iowa races. 2010: Took Nationwide series Rookie of the Year honors, despite running only 32 races.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Chevrolet
    Chevrolet
    Position Down -8
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    32
    POINTS
    21
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Finished 15th in series points. Jamie won at Talladega, first win since three-win season of 2010 also winning the pole at Sonoma, his second career pole at a road course. 2011: Finished 27th in series points. Won pole at Martinsville. 2010: Finished 14th in series points, winning three races, Daytona 500, Brickyard 400, Charlotte. Tied Kasey Kahne for series lead in poles with four.

  • Rating: 104.1
  • MANUFACTURER
    Chevrolet
    Chevrolet
    Position Down -8
  • 2015 Season Stats
    Rank
    36
    POINTS
    16
    Wins
    0
  • YEAR-BY-YEAR CUP SERIES RECAP

    2013: Finished sixth in series points. Won Martinsville, pushing his career wins total to 88, third on the all-time list. 2012: Finished 10th in points in his seventh consecutive Chase appearance. 2011: Moved into third on the all-time series wins list with a victory at Atlanta (85). Has four Sprint Cup championships (1995, 1997-1998, 2001), has won the Daytona 500 three times (1997, 1999, 2005) and the inaugural Brickyard 400.

  • Rating: 104.1