Where Each Driver Who's out of Contention Went Wrong in 2013 NASCAR Chase

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Where Each Driver Who's out of Contention Went Wrong in 2013 NASCAR Chase
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If you're a fan of the 11 drivers that are no longer in contention for this year's Chase for the Sprint Cup championship, I'm sure you've asked yourself one very simple yet poignant question already:

"What the heck happened to my driver in the Chase this year?"

Indeed, even without defending champion Brad Keselowski who failed to qualify or three-time champ Tony Stewart who's injured on the field, this year's Chase was one of the strongest in terms of overall talent in its 10-year existence.

Then how did so many drivers go so wrong and so fast? Here we are, with still two races to go, and it's down to a two-driver battle between Jimmie Johnson and Matt Kenseth.

Was it one race that did your driver in?

Did he simply just get off to a bad start and could never rally back?

Or were there other reasons why your driver came up short in his title bid?

Let's look at those 11 drivers and find out.

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