James Hylton, 79, retired at the end of the 2013 ARCA Racing Series season after six decades in auto racing from NASCAR to ARCA.
In the past three years, Kevin Harvick has scored 75 top-10s, which puts him second on this list and only one out of first.
Kurt Busch has been at his best during the past three years at Watkins Glen International, where he has an average finish of 6.3.
Brad Keselowski has earned the third-most top-10s during the past three years with a total of 67.
Martin Truex Jr.’s victory at Dover International Speedway last fall was only his second top-five there, but he has been consistent enough to make this his best track in terms of three-year averages with a 6.7.
Corey LaJoie has signed on for a partial season with BK Racing in the Monster Energy Cup Series. He will drive No. 83 Toyota for a partial season.
Love's Travel Stops will extend its successful partnership with Front Row Motorsports (FRM) into the 2017 season, joining Landon Cassill (No. 34 Ford) for 18 races in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
Reigning NASCAR Whelen Euro Series Champion Anthony Kumpen will return to the NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) in 2017 thanks to the Nexteer Road to Daytona program.
Chase Briscoe, who was recently named as the first driver in the Ford Performance development program, joins Brad Keselowski Racing (BKR) as the driver of the No. 29 Cooper Standard Ford F-150.
Austin Cindric will pilot the No. 19 Draw-Tite Ford F-150 full-time as he pursues the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship for Brad Keselowski Racing (BKR).
Liberty University, the largest private, nonprofit university in the nation, will sponsor William Byron in the NASCAR XFINITY Series in 2017.
Following a 2016 rookie season in which he tallied ten top-10 finishes in fourteen appearances, rising star Blaine Perkins has confirmed he will once again partner with Steve Portenga Racing for a fulltime return to NASCAR K&N Pro Series West competition in 2017.