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Aric Almirola's wins across the three NASCAR series

Aric Almirola is reportedly serving a suspension from Joe Gibbs Racing, but he will have the opportunity to add to his win total upon his return to NASCAR later this season.

Note: According to a report from The Athletic, sources indicate that JGR will lift the suspension ahead of the July race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

The Florida native has made 647 starts across the three national NASCAR series -- 78 in Truck, 109 in Xfinity, and 460 in Cup. He has celebrated 10 wins on a variety of tracks.

Almirola's first career win took place during the 2007 season. Though the veteran has acknowledged there is an asterisk on this win. The reason is that Almirola started the race in relief of Denny Hamlin, who was pulling double duty that weekend. Hamlin took over the car midway through the race and won, but the official record does not list this as a Hamlin win since he didn't start the race.

Almirola's first "true" NASCAR win took place when he ran full-time in the Craftsman Truck Series in 2010. He won the race at Dover and then returned to victory lane at Michigan. He ended the season second in the championship standings after finishing top 10 in 21 of the 25 races.

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The 2014 season, Almirola's third as a full-time driver in Cup, marked his first trip to victory lane at NASCAR's top level. He won the wet weather-shortened summer race at Daytona International Speedway after leading 14 laps. He reached the playoffs for the first time.

The win at Daytona was the first of Almirola's three Cup wins. He won at Talladega Superspeedway in 2018, his first season with Stewart-Haas Racing. Three years later, Almirola took SHR back to victory lane in the darkness-shortened race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

The majority of Almirola's wins are in the Xfinity Series

While Almirola did not cross the line first at Milwaukee back in 2007, he was able to personally capture four wins in NASCAR's second-tier series while driving for multiple teams.

This list of successes includes two more superspeedway wins. He won the summer race at Daytona in 2016 and then he won the spring race at Talladega the following season.

Last season, Almirola made history for RSS Racing. He drove the No. 28 Ford Mustang for the team at Sonoma Raceway, and he captured their first win in the inaugural Xfinity race at the California road course.

Kyle Larson had the dominant car that day, but Almirola took advantage of a late caution. He took the lead from Daniel Suarez on a restart in the final stage while Larson tried to chase him down.

The Hendrick Motorsports driver pulled within striking distance, but he made a mistake in Turn 11 and clipped the tire barrier. This knocked him out of line and helped Almirola pull away.

The most recent win was earlier this season. The veteran driver, who reunited with Joe Gibbs Racing, took over the No. 20 Toyota GR Supra at Martinsville Speedway for the spring race. He dominated while leading 148 of the 251 laps and winning the first stage. Almirola ultimately won in overtime after holding off Sam Mayer.