NASCAR fans couldn't have asked for much more in Texas, as the top two drivers were neck-and-neck down the stretch, with Jimmie Johnson passing Brad Keselowski on a restart with just two laps remaining.
Johnson extended his points lead to seven with the victory, and just two races stand between him and a remarkable sixth championship. For a second consecutive week, Keselowski gambled on his pit strategy, and again became the victim of circumstance. With 19 laps remaining, the No. 2 car took just left side tires while the rest of the pack took four, and thanks to two more restarts, was unable to maintain the lead he gained.
With just two races left, the Sprint Cup heads to Phoenix before wrapping things up in Miami the following week. Denny Hamlin was your winner in March in Phoenix, but all eyes will again fall upon the Lowes No. 48 car, which might just be too good to lose.
Jimmie Johnson - Johnson would find himself here on history alone, as he's won four times in Pho...