Originally written on Race Review Online  |  Last updated 9/18/14
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This is it. A month of voting by the most passionate fans in all of sports has whittled down the field to two mammoth combatants: Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Kasey Kahne.

Two more weeks of voting between this pair of NASCAR stars will decide the victor of the Drive for the Cover campaign – and the ultimate prize of gracing the NASCAR The Game: Inside Line cover.

The first four rounds saw several upsets and unexpected matchups, and last week’s semifinals were no different. Kasey Kahne pulled ahead of Jeff Gordon early and never looked back. Kahne’s reward for the upset will be a head-to-head matchup with nine-time Most Popular Driver Dale Earnhardt Jr., whose journey to the finals has been far from smooth. Earnhardt Jr. defeated Danica Patrick in Round 3 to face reigning NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Tony Stewart in the semifinals. In a matchup that was closer than many expected, Earnhardt Jr. escaped the semifinals with a tight victory over Stewart.

NASCAR fans can vote in the bracketed tournament that is hosted entirely on NASCAR The Game’s Facebook page, which can be easily accessed at NASCARTheGame.com/Vote.

Voting for the finals of the “Drive for the Cover” campaign begins today with two weeks remaining in the campaign to select the driver who will adorn the cover of NASCAR The Game: Inside Line. Here is the remaining voting schedule, which culminates in July:

JULY 15 – Final Round Closes (Champion)

Visit www.nascarthegame.com/vote to participate in the “Drive for the Cover” campaign. NASCAR The Game: Inside Line video trailer is available at NASCARTheGame.com/DriveFTC

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