Check out the best drivers for Nos. 1-10 in NASCAR history -- names that include Earnhardt and Elliott, who resonate far and wide.
Brad Keselowski or Rusty Wallace? Our experts discuss this tough call right at the top of the numbers debate.
Kevin Harvick or Rex White? Might seem like a simple choice, until you look into the stats and longevity of a driver with a certain number.
Mark Martin's run with Roush in the No. 6 helped cement his status as the symbol of that number.
See the reveal of our top drivers in the Nos. 1-10 in a video package that will bring back memories.
Ready for some fun summer viewing? Our experts break down the Driver by Number project's goals and criteria.
Dale Earnhardt was racing to me, says Daniel Hemric, a native of Kannapolis, North Carolina.
What was your favorite Dale Earnhardt No. 3 scheme? Flip through the history to see the different looks.
See the different colors of Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s No. 8 through the years.
Let the debates begin as we reveal the best drivers for Nos. 11-20.
See the reveal of our top drivers in the Nos. 11-20, with one driver so good he made it twice.
There was tough debate, but here's why Tony Stewart made our list twice.
Cale Yarborough, Darrell Waltrip, or someone else -- who's your top No. 11 driver in NASCAR history?
Take a look back at Bobby Allison's Hall of Fame career -- our favorite pick for best driver of the No. 12.
Kyle Busch is the first active driver to make our list, using grit and talent to make the No. 18 his in history.
Ned Jarrett. David Pearson. Ralph Earnhardt. Those are just some to drive the No. 17.
What gives Kenseth the edge for the No. 17?
Our selection for the most emblematic driver of the No. 17, see Matt Kenseth's career through the years.
Check out the best drivers for Nos. 21-30 in NASCAR history, legends such as David Pearson and Jeff Gordon among them.
No. 28 was a difficult debate, but here's why our experts chose Davey Allison.
Why rivalries like the one between Dale Earnhardt and Jeff Gordon helped elevate their car numbers.
Backseat Drivers discuss what David Pearson meant to the Wood Brothers and the No. 21.
David Pearson is our pick for the best driver of the No. 21. Look back on his career.
Junior Johnson is our pick for the best driver of the No. 26. Look back on his career.
We know Jeff Gordon made the No. 24 famous, but did you know Richard Petty drove this number once?
See the iconic looks that the No. 24 has had on track.
NASCAR.com's Backseat Drivers take a look at the No. 29 and Kevin Harvick's impact in that number.
From Burton to Marlin, check out highlights of our picks for the best drivers associated with the Nos. 31-40.
The Darlington finish between Ricky Craven, our pick for best No. 32, and Kurt Busch has stood the test of time.
See photos of our best No. 39 driver, Ryan Newman, through the years.
Take a look back at Harry Gant's memorable career including his run that made him Mr. September.
Harry Gant, remembered for his four-race win streak, checks in as our pick for the best driver in the No. 33 in NASCAR history.
Jonathan Merryman chats with Franklin Scott, Wendell Scott's son, on the trail his father blazed and the legacy he left behind.
This group includes a pair of seven-time champs -- see who made it in the best from Nos. 41-50.
"The King" is known for the 43, but see what other numbers the family made famous.
Explore the notable No. 43 paint schemes and history of one of the most iconic numbers in NASCAR.
Terry Labonte's title run in the No. 44 gave him the edge to be known for that number.
Jimmie Johnson took the No. 48 and turned it into one of the most iconic numbers.
See all the many looks of the No. 48 car through the years.
Martin Truex Jr., Tiny Lund and Gober Sosebee are among those spotlighted in this section.
Martin Truex Jr. drove the No. 56 to victory before he was a Cup champion.
Richie Evans is among the drivers selected in the latest installment of Driver By Number.
Recap the career highlights for the historic and influential career of Janet Guthrie.
Our 70s show starts with legends like Benny Parsons and Neil Bonnett -- see who else made the list.
Recap the top moments in Neil Bonnett's career in NASCAR.
Recap all of Martin Truex Jr.'s wins in the No. 78 and elsewhere.
Dale, Dale and Darrell make for a compelling debate.
See our picks for the best drivers for the Nos. 81-90.
Tim Flock, Carl Edwards are among the selections.
Look back at Carl Edwards' key career moments -- our pick as the driver of the No. 99.
Some of today's stars in their early beginnings make an appearance in this section.
Mark Martin made the list twice -- see his top moments.
Brad Keselowski's first win earns him the spot as the driver of the No. 09
Which numbers belong on the Mount Rushmore of NASCAR?
Rusty Wallace and Terry Labonte are just some of the drivers to make the list twice.
Looking at the top 10 winningest numbers in premier series history
Recap the entire series and see our selections for each number in the sport.