Dale Earnhardt, Jr. - Career Cup Series Statistics

Career Cup Series Statistics

Year Starts Wins Top Fives Top Tens Poles Earnings ($) Rank Avg Fn Team
1999 5 0 0 1 0 162,095 48th 21.4 Dale Earnhardt, Inc.
2000 34 2 3 5 2 2,583,475 16th 20.9 Dale Earnhardt, Inc.
2001 36 3 9 15 2 5,384,630 8th 15.2 Dale Earnhardt, Inc.
2002 36 2 11 16 2 4,570,980 11th 17.1 Dale Earnhardt, Inc.
2003 36 2 13 21 0 4,923,500 3rd 12.7 Dale Earnhardt, Inc.
2004 36 6 16 21 0 7,201,380 5th 12.1 Dale Earnhardt, Inc.
2005 36 1 7 13 0 5,761,830 19th 20.5 Dale Earnhardt, Inc.
2006 36 1 10 17 0 5,466,100 5th 13.5 Dale Earnhardt, Inc.
2007 36 0 7 12 1 5,221,970 16th 18.6 Dale Earnhardt, Inc.
2008 36 1 10 16 1 4,611,290 12th 14.1 Hendrick Motorsports
2009 36 0 2 5 0 4,097,190 25th 23.2 Hendrick Motorsports
2010 36 0 3 8 1 4,572,928 21st 18.6 Hendrick Motorsports
2011 36 0 4 12 1 4,082,538 7th 14.5 Hendrick Motorsports
2012 34 1 10 20 1 4,763,460 12th 10.3 Hendrick Motorsports
Career 469 19 105 182 11 73,635,020 14.9 16.4 DEI, HMS

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