Kyle Busch won his 100th NASCAR national series victory on Saturday in the New Hampshire Nationwide Series race, which puts him halfway to his stated goal of 200 career NASCAR wins.
Love him or hate him, Busch is putting up incredible numbers year after year and would already be a NASCAR Hall of Famer if he retired today. And just imagine what this list will look like if he races for 20 more years.
For the record, Busch says his most memorable Sprint Cup victories include a win at his hometown track of Las Vegas, the inaugural Cup race at Kentucky Speedway and the Bristol night race last season.
In Nationwide, he fondly recalls the Phoenix race earlier this year in which he led every lap; his favorite Truck win was an Atlanta victory where he wrecked with Johnny Benson and Jack Sprague on the final lap but made it to the finish line.
In all honesty, though, he says he can only remember about half of his 100 wins without some prompting.
"If I had a little help and went down a list with somebody, I could probably tell you something about every single one of them," he said. "Off the top of my head, I could probably rattle off to you about 40 or 50 of them maybe."
Why is that?
"I'm thinking more about the next one than I am about the last one," he said.
Thanks to the help of NASCAR stats guru Mike Forde, we've put together a list of Busch's 100 wins so far in chronological order – complete with Busch's driver rating for each race. Check it out:
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