After winning his fourth consecutive series championship, he overtook Cale Yarborough for the longest streak of consecutive championships in NASCAR history. With three victories in 2010, Johnson is the best.
In 2009, he led the standings for nine weeks. Gordon is still King but has not yet won in 2010, and is seeking a victory in the upcoming Dover race.
Always a favorite at the annual Budweiser Shootout, Harvick is also pumped from his April 25th victory at Talladega.
With his worst series points finish ever in 2009 at 25th place, Earnhardt Jr. is excited for a big 2010 rebound.
Winning the Daytona and Auto Club races in 2009, Kenseth became the 5th racer ever to start the season with consecutive wins.
After winning in Atlanta on March 7th, Busch has nine consecutive seasons with at least one victory.
At 50 years young he is one of the oldest players to ever win at Phoenix. He won five races in 2009 and is back and better than ever for the 2010 season
Kyle’s surprise victory at Richmond on the 1st of May has shot him straight back to the mountaintop
A seasoned veteran, Stewart won four races in 2009 and is still seeking his first in 2010.
A ladies man, this stud already has two victories in 2010: At Texas on April 19th, and at Darlington on May 8th just a few short days ago