There is one race left before the 16-driver Chase for the Sprint Cup field is set.
So with a nod to the fact that anything can and probably will happen this Saturday night at Richmond International Raceway, who besides Kasey Kahne—the latest to drive himself into the Chase—is making a move in what has become a volatile NASCAR stock market?
"We have had kind of a downer year at times and then we started running good. .. It's kinda been one thing after another, but now we're in the Chase with my teammates," Kahne told the SportingNews.com after winning in Atlanta and securing a spot in NASCAR's playoffs alongside Hendrick Motorsports teammates Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson and Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Based on not only victories compiled over the season's first 25 races, but momentum of late, current state of chemistry between drivers, crew chief and pit crews and what lies immediately ahead, see who's up, who's down and who's on hold as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to Richmond.