|09/09/22||Different is Good|
|09/02/22||Just the Point|
|08/26/22||Variety: the Spice of NASCAR|
|08/11/22||Fair is Fair|
|08/04/22||The End Justifies the Means|
|07/14/22||The Intimidation Game|
Brian France's stated
But, I believe, the best Game 7 moments are when they're unexpected. Like this
Based on past history, you would expect to have, at least, 6 drivers competing for two spots in the finals. Not this year. Martin Truex, Jr., and his crew chief, Cole Pearn, snookered the competition so much with the playoff and stage points throughout the year, that they are also guaranteed a spot in the finals without having to win in this round.
That means we'll have 5 drivers competing for one spot. One. That is a Game 7
It will be high drama with the reward being a chance to play another Game 7 next week.