2014 Stock Watch for Drivers in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Week 17 Edition

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2014 Stock Watch for Drivers in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Week 17 Edition
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Carl Edwards led the way at Sonoma Raceway, increasing his stock options.

With the first of the NASCAR Sprint Cup season's two road courses in the rearview mirror following the Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway, the stock market is jumping.

Sonoma race winner Carl Edwards, who is rumored to be leaving Roush Fenway Racing at the end of the season, per Tom Jensen of Fox Sports, suddenly seems to have more stock options coming his way than ever before. But while Edwards' second win of 2014 clearly bumped his value on the open market, whose stock dropped or at least fell into a hold status while we figured out where their season is going?

Read on to find out—and remember, it's not based solely on wins or even great finishes, but also on how a driver and his team are running in recent weeks, which tracks loom just ahead on the schedule and which drivers and their crew chiefs (and pit crews) are clicking as the Sprint Cup Series heads to Kentucky Speedway and Daytona International Speedway for a couple of Saturday night races over the next two weeks.

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