When he entered the NASCAR scene, Jeff Gordon immediately made a mark on the sport with his number 24 Rainbow Warriors car.  He went on to win 93 races and four championships behind the wheel of the 24.

William Byron has since added three more victories for the Hendricks Motorsports number 24 car for a total of 97 wins.

Byron needs just three more wins to make a total of 100 wins for the number 24 car.

Only four other car numbers have reached the 100 win mark in NASCAR’s 75 year history. 

Rusty Wallace, Dale Earnhardt Sr, Bobby Allison, Kurt Busch, Brad Keselowski, Austin Cindric, and Tim Richmond have all combined to give the number two car a total of 101 wins.

Dale Earnhardt Sr, Austin Dillon, David Pearson, Junior Johnson, and Buck Bakes have combined to give the iconic number three car a total of 101 wins – a majority of those by Earnhardt.

Richard Petty holds the record for the most Cup Series wins with 200, but not all of them were in the iconic number 43 car.  Petty, father Lee, Jim Paschal, Bobby Hamilton, John Andretti, Aric Almirola, and Erik Jones have all combined to give the number 43 car a total of 200 wins.

But the big winner is the number eleven car who has a whopping 228 Cup Series victories from a total of 12 drivers – Parnelli Jones, Junior Johnson, Ned Jarrett, Mario Andretti, Bobby Allison, Buddy Baker, AJ Foyt, Cale Yarborough, Darrell Waltrip, Terry Labonte, Geoffrey Bodine, Bill Elliott, and Denny Hamlin.

But William Byron is not the only Hendricks driver who could hit the century mark in wins for an iconic car number.  Jimmie Johnson earned all seven of his championships driving the number 48 car.  Currently the 48 car has a total of 91 wins – 83 from Johnson.  With just nine more wins, Rick Hendrick could be the only team owner with two 100 win cars.