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CONCORD, N.C. -- After a successful run at Martinsville, Hendrick Motorsports will travel to Homestead for the 12th race of the season.

The organization has won 60 times on 1.5-mile tracks and will try to make it 61 this Sunday. Twenty eight of those Cup Series victories belong to seven-time champion Jimmie Johnson.

Overall, Hendrick Motorsports has won two times at the South Florida track.

Check out more key numbers, stats as Hendrick Motorsports heads to Homestead-Miami Speedway.

  • On Sunday, Homestead-Miami Speedway will host the 12th points-paying NASCAR Cup Series race of 2020. Hendrick Motorsports has won the 12th event of the year both times it’s been held on June 14. Tim Richmond triumphed at Pocono Raceway on June 14, 1987, for Hendrick Motorsports’ 13th Cup win, and Mark Martin went to victory lane at Michigan International Speedway on June 14, 2009, to deliver the organization’s 181st win in the series.
  • Hendrick Motorsports has won the 12th race of the NASCAR Cup Series season a record eight times with five different drivers. Wood Brothers Racing is second with five wins in the season’s 12th event.
  • Along with the organization's two wins at Homestead, it also has 15 top-five finishes and 32 top-10s. Hendrick Motorsports has led 543 of its overall laps there.
  • Hendrick Motorsports has placed at least one of its Chevrolets inside the top 10 in 20 of the 21 NASCAR Cup Series events hosted by Homestead, including the last 18 in a row. The second-longest active streak is nine straight by Joe Gibbs Racing. The last time Hendrick Motorsports did not post a top-10 result at Homestead was 2001 when Terry Labonte was the team’s top finisher in 11th place. Hendrick Motorsports is currently riding a streak of 10 consecutive Cup races with at least one top-10 result dating back to Feb. 23 at Las Vegas, which is the longest active streak.
  • On 1.5-mile tracks, Hendrick Motorsports has led a record 15,787 laps in Cup Series competition, which is over 2,300 laps more than any other team. 
  • Hendrick Motorsports is nearing another major milestone: 70,000 laps led in the NASCAR Cup Series. Its 69,766 laps led is the all-time record and nearly 10,000 more than any other team. In 2020, Hendrick Motorsports has led 877 laps.