background:#CCFFFF; As of completion of the seventy-first season (2019), 33 different drivers have won a NASCAR Cup Series Drivers' Championship – with 16 of these drivers winning more than once. {font-weight:700; border:.5pt solid windowtext;} The NASCAR Cup Series Drivers' Championship is awarded by the chairman of NASCAR to the most successful NASCAR Cup Series racing car driver over a season, as determined by a points system based on race results. font-weight:700; background:#CCFFFF;

border:.5pt solid windowtext; font-size:12.0pt; Through the 2012 season, the top 35 (NASCAR Cup Series) or top 30 (other series) full-time teams in owner points are awarded exemptions for the next race, guaranteeing them a position in that race. Originally, races awarded points by a complicated system based upon final positioning and weighted by prize money purses, such that higher-paying events gave more points. .xl42 {font-weight:700; .style0 font-style:normal; {color:black; 2011  T. Stewart 1978  C. Yarborough, 1979  R. Petty The NASCAR Cup Series was … font-style:normal; border:.5pt solid windowtext; padding-left:1px; 1971  R. Petty The Drivers' Championship was first awarded in 1949 to Red Byron. font-family:Arial; 1973  B. Parsons text-align:center; {font-size:14.0pt; border:.5pt solid windowtext; border-top:.5pt solid windowtext; 1992  A. Kulwicki

border:.5pt solid windowtext;} 1980  D. Earnhardt Each of the five names on that list is a Hall of Famer: Richard Petty, Cale Yarborough, Bobby Allison, Dale Jarrett and Jeff Gordon. 1984  T. Labonte 2005 NASCAR Nextel Cup Driver and Team List.

.xl34 color:windowtext; Thought I'd get the driver list going so you can start learning who is where and with what sponsor. font-weight:700; Lost in the recent memory of Denny Hamlin’s 2016 photo finish with Martin Truex Jr. and Austin Dillon’s battle with Aric Almirola in 2018, the finish to the 2005 Daytona 500 is one of the best in the race’s history.

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