CONCORD, N.C. -- Hendrick Motorsports is hoping to continue its success at Atlanta Motor Speedway this Sunday for the 10th race of the season.
Jimmie Johnson has had the most success at the track out of the current Hendrick Motorsports drivers with five victories.
Check out more key numbers, stats and figures on Hendrick Motorsports' history at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
- The 1.5-mile Atlanta Motor Speedway is one of 15 racetracks where Hendrick Motorsports leads all teams or is tied for the lead in total NASCAR Cup Series points victories. The organization has a record 14 wins there with six drivers, including victories by three different drivers in four of the last nine races since 2011. No other organization has won more than two Atlanta races in that timeframe.
- In addition to earning the most Cup Series wins at Atlanta, Hendrick Motorsports is the track’s record-holder in runner-up finishes (16), top-fives (59) and top-10s (90). Its drivers have led more than 3,000 laps there – the second-most in history. Hendrick Motorsports also holds the all-time record for combined wins at 1.5-mile facilities with 60.
- Along with Johnson's five wins at Atlanta, he has 14 top-five finishes, 16 top-10s and has led for 586 laps in 28 races at the Georgia track.
- If Chase Elliott wins Sunday, he will be the second Georgia-born driver to cross the finish line first at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The first was his father, Bill Elliott, who has won at the track five times.
- To date, Hendrick Motorsports has totals of 12 championships, 258 race victories, 226 pole positions, 1,079 top-five finishes and 1,852 top-10s in points-paying NASCAR Cup Series competition. Its teams have led more than 69,500 laps since 1984. Including 2020, the organization has won at least one race in 35 consecutive seasons, the longest-ever streak. Hendrick Motorsports is 10 wins away from tying Petty Enterprises’ all-time Cup Series record of 268.