NASCAR's Chase for the Sprint Cup is now definitely no more than a four-horse race. My gut tells me it's a two-horse race and that's the two guys at the top separated by only two points.
Everyone keeps waiting for one of those guys to have a really bad race. So far, the only blemish that points leader Jimmie Johnson has had was the 17th-place finish after the crash at Talladega on the last lap. The only blemish that second-running Brad Keselowski has had is the 11th-place finish at Charlotte where they ran out of fuel.
I personally don't see them both having a bad race in these final three. I don't know if I see either one of them having one. It's going to come down to the closing laps of the season-ending race at Homestead-Miami Speedway between these two guys to see who's going to win this championship.
With that said, Clint Bowyer and Kasey Kahne now, who are third and fourth, are in striking distance. Clint is 26 points back and Kasey is 29.
Those two guys had top-five finis...