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- In 1998 Gordon set a modern era record with 13 victories, easily winning the Winston Cup for the third time.
- Over the course of his career Rudd went to victory lane at least once every year for 16 consecutive years, a modern era record he shares with Rusty Wallace.
- In 2007 he tied a NASCAR modern era record by winning four straight races, a feat last accomplished by Gordon in 1998.
- Won modern era record of 8 races from pole in 1981; tied all-time record of 4 straight.
- The team set a modern era record of 4 consecutive wins and won 5 of the first 7 races.
- Gordon's 30 top-10 finishes broke the modern era record for top-10s in a season held by Dale Jarrett (1999).
- Jeff Gordon set a record along the way also, he finished in the top-ten in 30 of 36 races, a new modern era record.
- In 2000–01 - his final season with Buffalo - Hašek set a modern era record by collecting his sixth Vezina Trophy.
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- In the process, Earnhardt would set a NASCAR modern era record of four consecutive wins and won five of the first seven races.
- He tied Richard Petty's modern era record with an incredible 13 wins in a single season.
- He set a modern era record (since 1972) in eclipsing the old record of 56 held by Jeff Gordon: Bristol - March-2001 through Darlington-September 2002.
- Four Consecutive Wins
- Final Season
- Single Season
- Old Record
- All-Time Record
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