CONCORD, N.C. -- In the final stop of the West Coast swing, the NASCAR field will head to Phoenix, where Hendrick Motorsports holds some impressive records.
Out of the last 30 races at Phoenix Raceway, Hendrick Motorsports has the record with the most organization wins in that time span with nine victories. The next-closest organization has six wins in that duration.
Check out more key numbers, stats and figures on Hendrick Motorsports’ history at Phoenix Raceway below.
- At the Arizona track, Hendrick Motorsports has the most poles of all time (10), most wins (10), second-place finishes (nine) top-five finishes (47) and top-10 finishes (84).
- In Chase Elliott's eight starts at Phoenix Raceway, he has led a total of 156 laps and has collected two top-five finishes, four top-10 finishes and won two stages. Elliott currently leads all NASCAR drivers in the most stage wins this season with three.
- No. 9 team crew chief Alan Gustafson has called 30 races at the track. In that span, he's earned three wins, nine top-five results -- two of which were runner-up finishes -- 19 top 10s and 587 laps led. Gustafson’s three wins were with three different drivers (Kyle Busch -- 2005, Mark Martin -- 2009, Jeff Gordon -- 2011). Busch is the youngest driver to win at Phoenix (20 years, 6 months, 11 days) while Martin is the oldest driver to earn a victory there (50 years, 3 months, 9 days).
- William Byron has started four times as a Cup Series driver at Phoenix Raceway, where his best finish came in 2018 (ninth). As a driver on the Xfinity circuit, he started at the Arizona track twice in 2017, where he won one race and finished fourth in the other. The November 2017 victory made Byron the youngest driver (19 years, 11 months and 13 days) to win at the track in the Xfinity Series.
- Jimmie Johnson has the most wins of all time at this track with four and has three pole positions, the most recent from 2015. He's also led for 994 laps and has earned 15 top-five and 21 top-10 finishes.
- Should Johnson win at Phoenix Raceway, it will be his 84th points-paying Cup Series victory. That would tie Hall of Famers Darrell Waltrip and Bobby Allison for fourth of all time.
- Alex Bowman will race at his hometown track Sunday, where his best finish of sixth place came in 2016 after he started from the pole position. During that race, he led for a race-high 194 laps, spent 272 laps running inside the top two and had an average running position of 1.92.