With four races remaining to make the Chase for the Sprint Cup, the action is going to get hotter and heavier with each passing event.
Things begin this Sunday at the fastest non-restrictor plate track in NASCAR, the two-mile Michigan International Speedway.
From there, the Sprint Cup circuit moves to the half-mile high banks of Bristol Motor Speedway, the 1.5-mile fast track at Atlanta and wraps things up on the three-quarter-mile track at Richmond.
With four races left, there's four drivers right now who are on the right side of the Chase bubble, and another four who are on the outside looking in.
Which of those eight will be there when the final 16-driver Chase field is set after Richmond? No one knows the answer to that question yet, but here's how things look right now.