I'm wild about the Wild Card.
Since the top 10 drivers in the points standings enjoy a cushion of 55 points or more with six races remaining in the regular season, the real race to the Chase for the Sprint Cup comes with the final two transfer spots.
Kasey Kahne still leads the wild-card standings with two victories. Despite showing tremendous speed in practice, Kahne qualified 15th at Indianapolis Motor Speedway once the track heated up. After 30 laps, Kahne moved up into the top 10, but contact with Joey Logano on pit road damaged the No. 5's right front fender. Kahne went from contender to defender and finished 12th.
Logano's contact with Kahne wouldn't be his last. He clobbered Matt Kenseth on Lap 133 which resulted in the No. 17 team's worst finish (35th) of the season and a surrender of the points lead. Logano finished 33rd and dropped to 17th in the points standings. Logano remains fourth in the wild-card ranks, but the good news is he won at Pocono Raceway in June and sho...