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10 DRIVERS WHO won multiple races during the 2010 season, the most since 10 won in '02.
8 TIMES THAT Jimmie Johnson has won consecutive races after doing it twice in 2010. Overall Johnson has won races in nine straight years dating to '02, his first full season on the Cup circuit.
4 TRACKS AT which Johnson has never won. That's down from six entering 2010, in which Johnson earned his first wins at Sonoma and Bristol. The only Cup tracks for him to conquer are Chicago, Homestead, Michigan and Watkins Glen.
29 SPOTS THAT Denny Hamlin moved up to win the Nov. 7 race at Texas, after starting 30th. At the Texas spring race Hamlin won from the 29th starting spot.
7 DRIVERS WHO'VE won the All-Star Race and the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte successively after Kurt Busch did it last May.
5.4 MILLIONS OF DOLLARS earned by Jeff Gordon in 36 starts, the lowest-earning season for NASCAR's alltime money leader since he took home $3 million in 2000. All told Gordon has won roughly $114.8 million in his 19 years on the Cup circuit.
2 LAPS LED of the Daytona 500 by winner Jamie McMurray, the fewest by any winner of the Great American Race. The old mark was four, by both Benny Parsons in 1975 and Kevin Harvick in 2007.
3 EVENTS WON from Wednesday, Aug. 18 through Saturday, Aug. 21 at Bristol by Kyle Busch, who by sweeping the Truck Series, Nationwide and Sprint Cup races became the first driver to pull off a NASCAR trifecta at a single track in a single week.
70 RACES WITHOUT a victory for Carl Edwards, from his win on Nov. 16, 2008, at Homestead until he took the checkered flag at Phoenix on Nov. 14.
6 DRIVERS—EDWARDS, Juan Pablo Montoya, Ryan Newman, Kevin Harvick, Clint Bowyer and Greg Biffle—who ended winless streaks of 64 races or more during the 2010 season.