Coca-Cola has Enough Zest to Run in Chase
In the meantime, there are other two members of the Coca-Cola team who are outside the Chase. They are Joey Logano and Ryan Newman who will just have to win a couple of races to be included in the competitive lineup. On emphasis, Newman emerged victorious at Martinsville, fourth in Las Vegas and fifth in Daytona race this July.
In the tracks that lead to Chase, Newman managed to perform well in a number of races. He did fine at Pocono, which is the 5th best average finish in his whole career, and at Richmond, which is his second best. On these tracks, he was able to finish at 5th and 8th places last year. Also, he had top 10 finishes in four races a year before Chase started.
To make sure that he gets a spot, he must improve on Indianapolis. This track almost wreaked havoc in his career because here is where he had a finish of 20.2. This is the third worst average finish in his career. Nevertheless, he is doing well at Brickyard during the previous four years, averaging 14th place. As for the rest of the Coca-Cola team, Jeff Burton is number 19, Jamie McMurray is number 20 and Bobby Labonte is number 23. They need to win more in order to be included in the Chase.