NASCAR: Top-Five Drivers Without A Championship

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No. 2 – Kyle Busch

Busch might easily be one of the most underrated drivers in the history of NASCAR. Although he has never won a Sprint Cup title, his accomplishments in the sport are truly unbelievable. The closest that Busch has ever come to winning a Sprint Cup title was in 2013 when he finished fourth in the final standings of the season.

Busch’s greatness comes in what he has accomplished in NASCAR’s top-three series. Busch has 29 wins in the Sprint Cup Series which is good enough for 24th on the all-time win’s list. In 298 Xfinity Series starts Busch has won 70 times, which means he wins about 25 percent of the time. In those 298 starts he has 211 top-10 finishes which translates to just over 70 percent. In the Truck Series Busch has won 42 times in 124 starts, which means he wins 33 percent of the time. In those 124 starts he has 99 top-10 finishes which translates to almost 80 percent.

Busch has won 141 races across the sports top-three series and that’s an impressive feat.