Good luck making sense of the end of Sunday's Advocare 500 at Phoenix International Raceway.
The penultimate round of the Sprint Cup season featured two miffed caution calls, a retaliatory wreck that ended in a brawl in the garage, a major swing in championship points, and a potentially lame-duck driver taking his first victory in 14 months. And that was all in the final third of the race.
We head into Homestead with Brad Keselowski having taken the points lead from Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon's fate still in the hands of NASCAR, and plenty to talk about with just about every other driver, too. Without further ado: