Kevin Harvick became only the fourth driver to score 100 or more victories in NASCAR’s top three national series after winning Sunday’s Cup race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Richard Petty is the all-time leader with 200 wins (all in Cup), followed by Kyle Busch with 183 (43 in Cup, 91 in Xfinity and 49 in Camping World Trucks).
“It’s been a lot of years accumulated with a lot of great race teams and people and situations,” Harvick said of reaching that milestone. “You’ve won some that you should, you’ve won some that you shouldn’t. I think when you tag that triple‑digit number to it, it really lets you realize that you’ve been fortunate to accomplish a lot of things and do things consistently throughout the years.
“It’s been fun. I think for me the last five years have really been the part that have been the most fun for me, just because of the fact that I’ve been able to come into Stewart‑Haas Racing, and Gene (Haas) and Tony (Stewart) took a chance and said, ‘Okay, we’re going to do this a long time in advance, and Rodney (Childers) was convinced to come over here and be a part of this deal.’
“I’m just fortunate to be riding the wave, and you can call me old, you can call us old, but cars are fast and things are going well.”
The Truck series began competing in 1995. The Xfinity Series began in 1982.
Here is the top 10 in all-time wins in all three national series:
200 – Richard Petty
184 – Kyle Busch
106 – David Pearson
100 – Kevin Harvick
98 – Jeff Gordon
97 – Dale Earnhardt
97 – Darrell Waltrip
96 – Mark Martin
86 – Bobby Allison
84 – Jimmie Johnson