Thursday's Trivia

Dale Earnhardt holds the record for all-time victories at Daytona International Speedway with 34 wins in points races, qualifying races and selected support races. He's followed in all-time wins in stock car racing by Bobby Allison (16), Cale Yarborough (15), Darrell Waltrip (14), Hurley Haywood (13) and Richard Petty (13). Next on the list are two active drivers, tied with 11 wins each. Who are they?

(And here's a bit of bonus trivia for you: Miguel Duhamel has the most wins for motorcycles at the speedway with 12.)

By Mike Snyder |  February 16, 2006; 12:29 AM ET  | Category:  Trivia Quiz
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Hey Spike! Who's your buddy, who's your pal, who loves ya? That's right, Kitten & Greg, live from Climax, North Carolina. Wish we were there, but that pesky monetary responsibility issue keeps rearing its ugly head. You're doing an awesome job, and we love ya dude!

Posted by: Kitten | February 16, 2006 09:50 AM

Well, since no one rang in on this one, I'll have to give you the answer. Jeff Gordon and Bill Elliot are tied at 11 wins.

Cheers!

Posted by: Mike | February 16, 2006 11:25 PM

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