Joey Logano, Ryan Newman top NASCAR Chase Week 10 Homestead Power Rankings.

By Andrew Lawrence
November 14, 2014
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MIAMI—This much we know about Sunday’s season-finale, which airs at 3 p.m. Eastern time on ESPN: There are four drivers left in the Chase for the Cup, they’re level in the standings (thanks to a points reset after last week’s race at Phoenix), and they’re all good enough to win at Homestead-Miami Speedway—a 1.5-mile oval that casts a long shadow on a sprawling everglade park. The outlook beyond that is a bit swampy, even with four new drivers in the running and on our rankings grid. The four-wide tie for first in the standings means that the championship will go to the race’s highest finisher. That could be the first-place driver, which has happened just once in a decade. Or that could be the fifth-place guy, who has gone on to win four of the last 10 series titles. Either way, NASCAR will crown a first-time series champion. Our pick has been clear from the start.

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