Coca-Cola has Enough Zest to Run in Chase
There are only seven races to go before the Sprint Cup starts Chase and it looks like the Coca-Cola Racing Family will be well represented in the playoffs, particularly the NASCAR’s version. Those who will make it to chase are the top ten highest pointing drivers after 26 races. There will be two wildcards from the 11th to 20th place and whoever has the most wins will also be selected. And it seems that Coca-Cola drivers are going in to the battle.
Greg Biffle – Biffle gathered high points during the season, earning him the third place
Denny Hamlin – Hamlin won two races and now stands on the fifth place
Tony Stewart – Stewart, the defending champion, is currently in the seventh place. With a series of high-three wins, he earned lots of cushion that can guarantee him a spot on the wild card. He wouldn’t have any problems even if he does not make it to the top ten. Among the drivers that currently are in the top 20, he has the best average finish. He earned these credentials during the last seven seasons particularly in the remaining pre-Chase tracks.
Kyle Busch – Nine points ahead of Ryan Newman, Busch occupies the second spot for the wild card.