CONCORD, N.C. – Twenty-five percent of Terry Labonte's wins at Hendrick Motorsports came at Richmond Raceway. 

Labonte's three NASCAR Cup Series wins at the 0.75-mile track are tied for the most in team history with Jimmie Johnson and he is one of seven drivers to win at the venue for team owner Rick Hendrick. The trio of victories featured a little bit of everything for the NASCAR Hall of Famer and it stands as his winningest track at Hendrick Motorsports. 

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As part of Hendrick Motorsports' 40th anniversary, look back at Texas Terry's winning ways at Richmond. 

Sept. 10, 1994: Labonte's first win at Richmond for Hendrick Motorsports was his second victory in his first season driving the No. 5 Chevrolet. He led over half the race (237 of 400 laps) and headlined the first 1-2 finish (of three in team history) at the Virginia track for the team, with Jeff Gordon (now the team's vice chairman) finishing as the runner-up. Labonte took the lead for the seventh and final time from Rusty Wallace with 28 laps to go to earn the organization's first win at Richmond since Tim Richmond won there in 1986 – snapping an eight-year drought. 

March 5, 1995: Labonte scored a second straight win at Richmond in the series' spring race at the venue in 1995. This time, he started from deep in the field (24th) and methodically worked his way to the front. The second half of the race saw Labonte dominate. He first took the lead on lap 221, then proceeded to lead 131 of the final 179 laps of the race, including the last 88 circuits. The only drama late in the race was if his tires would hold on to keep Dale Earnhardt at bay. The win was the 40th for Hendrick Motorsports. 

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June 6, 1998: We said all Labonte's Richmond wins were a little different. To win his third and final career race at Richmond, the driver of the No. 5 entry would battle Dale Jarrett in the closing laps to earn the triumph. Labonte restarted third on the final restart (which were single file back then) with four laps to go. Under green, he passed former teammate Ken Schrader on the inside. Coming out of turn three, Labonte nudged Jarrett's car ever so slightly to drive underneath him for the lead with three laps to go. The race ended under caution on the final lap, giving the then-41-year-old driver the 20th win of his Cup Series career, his 10th at Hendrick Motorsports and the 75th for the organization. Jarrett was unhappy with the late-race contact, which Labonte addressed after the race. 

"I got into the 88 (Jarrett)," Labonte said afterward. "I know he's mad at me. I was trying to race him back to the line because I thought there was going to be a caution. I hit him. I hate that it happened. Dale's a good guy and always runs a clean race. I hope he understands. I didn't do it purpose."

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Driving for Hendrick Motorsports from 1994 to 2006, Labonte is tied for fifth on the team's all-time wins list with 12 following William Byron's victory on Sunday at Circuit of The Americas.