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Question by  shwetha (17)

What is the record for most wins in nascar season?

Who holds the record?


Answer by  philheffer (19)

Richard Petty had 27 wins in the 1960's. Jeff Gordon tied with Petty when the NASCAR season was moved down to about 30 races with 13 wins each.


Answer by  icecreamman940 (82)

Richard Petty holds most wins record in NASCAR for a single season. In 1967 he won 27 out of 48 that year with an all time record of 10 straight races. In the "Modern Era" races were reduced to the 30's. This changed happened in 1972 but still has Petty with 13 wins in 1975 and tied with Jeff Gordon.


Answer by  RebeccaBargar (288)

Richard Petty has the top two spots. He has second place with 21 wins in the 1971 season. He also hold first place with a total of 27 wins in the 1967 season.


Answer by  MrAuto (20)

Richard Petty holds the record with 27 NASCAR races won in 1967. During that season he won 10 straight races. No wonder he had the name "King Richard".


Answer by  gst1326 (23)

The record for the most wins in a single nascar season is 27 races. This record was set by Richard Petty in 1967.


Answer by  Carson58 (9)

Back in 1967 Richard Petty won 27 races in total, including 10 wins in succession. He started in 48 races that particular year.


Answer by  Raph (11)

The record for the most wins in a Nascar season is 27. The man who holds the record is Richard Petty.


Answer by  ulisses (291)

I believe that the number of the nascar is not that much of the cars but only like 7 of the fastest car that won and I believe that it was for 1season


Answer by  kh860 (91)

Richard Petty holds the record for the most NASCAR wins in one season with an incredible 27 wins in 1967. He also holds the record for 10 straight wins, the most in the history of the sport.

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