Here are Kyle Busch's 47 wins on 23 Cup Series tracks

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Thanks to his win in Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600, Kyle Busch is the first NASCAR Cup Series driver to win at every track he’s raced at. That could change — depending on how you define it — in September when NASCAR races at the Charlotte oval/road course layout for the first time in the fall. But for now, Busch stands alone among all NASCAR drivers.

Here’s a breakdown of all 47 of his Cup Series points wins at 23 different tracks. 

Atlanta (2 wins in 20 starts)

Busch’s first win at Atlanta came in 2008 when he led over half the race. He won the fall race in 2013.

Auto Club (3 wins in 20 starts)

The former California Speedway was the site of Busch’s first win in 2005. He went back-to-back in 2013 and 2014.

Bristol (7 wins in 26 starts)

Bristol has been Busch’s track. It’s the site of the first triple-sweep in NASCAR history as Busch won the Truck Series race, Xfinity Series race and Cup Series race at the track in 2010. He did it again in 2017.

Charlotte (1 win in 29 starts)

Busch won the 2017 All-Star Race but that doesn’t count for these purposes. He officially got on the board by leading 377 of the 400 laps of Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600.

Chicago (1 win in 13 starts)

Busch won from the pole at Chicago in 2008, part of a run of seven wins in 14 races.

Darlington (1 win in 13 starts)

Busch’s lone Darlington win came early in his career. It was in that 2008 stretch, where he led 169 laps for his third win of the season’s first 11 races.

Daytona (1 win in 26 starts)

You guessed it, his Daytona win came in 2008 when he won the July race at the track.

Dover (3 wins in 27 starts)

Busch’s most recent Dover win came in the fall when he chased down Chase Elliott and passed him with two laps to go.

Homestead (1 win in 13 starts)

The Homestead win came in 2015 as Busch won the race to win his first Cup Series title.

Indianapolis (2 wins in 13 starts)

Busch went back-to-back in 2015 and 2016 and had one of the best cars in 2017 before he got caught in a crash with Martin Truex Jr.

Kansas (1 win in 21 starts)

Kansas hasn’t been terribly kind to Busch, but he won in the spring of 2016 at the track.

Kentucky (2 wins in 7 starts)

Busch won in 2011 at Kentucky and again in 2015 as he reeled off four wins in five races after returning from leg injuries suffered at Daytona.

Las Vegas (1 win in 14 starts)

Busch’s only win at his home track came in 2009.

Martinsville (2 wins in 26 starts)

Busch hadn’t won at Martinsville until the 2016 spring race. He then won the fall race in 2017 to advance to the final four at Homestead.

Michigan (1 win in 26 starts)

His Michigan win came in overtime in August of 2011.

New Hampshire (3 wins in 26 starts)

Busch has won at New Hampshire in 2006, 2015 and 2017.

Phoenix (1 win in 26 starts)

Busch’s Phoenix win came 10 races after his win at Auto Club in 2005.

Pocono (1 win in 26 starts)

Pocono got checked off the list in August 2017. That was Busch’s first win of the season and he went on to win four of the next 12 races.

Richmond (5 wins in 26 starts)

His most recent win at Richmond came in April when he started 32nd and worked his way to the front.

Sonoma (2 wins in 13 starts)

Sonoma may be the site of Busch’s most impressive win. He won there in 2008 after starting 30th. In 2015, just four races after returning from his Daytona crash, Busch took over the lead from Jimmie Johnson with five laps to go and won.

Talladega (1 win in 26 starts)

Busch got that Talladega win in 2008. Thanks to the lottery that is Talladega, he’s finished 30th or worse there 10 different times.

Texas (3 wins in 25 starts)

His most recent Texas win came in April and all three of those wins have been in the spring race at the track.

Watkins Glen (2 wins in 13 starts)

Busch won the 2013 race at Watkins Glen, five years after winning his first race at the track.

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Nick Bromberg is a writer for Yahoo Sports.

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