Time is going by quick
SONOMA, Calif. (AP) Brad Keselowski started his Monday by studying the Sprint Cup Series standings.
Currently 10th in points with two wins this season, Keselowski should be in solid position for a spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship. Turns out he is just part of the logjam of talented drivers vying for one of the 12 berths.
''Looks like the wildcard race (9-12) is about to get crazy,'' he tweeted.
That's an understatement.
By Keselowski's count, there are eight drivers jockeying for four positions under the wild card element NASCAR introduced last season to its title-deciding, 10-race championship. Only the top 10 in points after the 26th race of the season are guaranteed a spot in the Chase, with the final two positions going to the drivers with the most wins who aren't already locked into the field.
There are 10 races left to set the field, and there are big names in danger of missing the cut.
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06-27-2012, 03:23 PM #1
Big crowd jostling for spot in Sprint Cup chase