Yesterday in the next to last race of the season at Phoenix International Raceway , Brad Keselowski would take over the points lead in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Standings thanks to Jimmie Johnson's unfortunate bad luck as he smacked the wall late in the race causing him to finish 32nd. Keselowski now has a 20 point lead in the standings as we head to the last race of the season at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Other than Keselowski and Johnson, all other drivers are now mathematically eliminated from winning the championship. Keselowski will  clinch his first NASCAR Sprint Cup championship with a finish of 15th or better; or 16th and at least one lap led; or 17th and the most laps led, even if Johnson wins and leads the most laps. It's not as close as last year's race between Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards but Johnson still has a chance to win his sixth title.

So what do you think? Will Brad win his first ever or will Johnson find a way to win it all again? I think I know how Jeff Levack and Sean McMaster will be voting. This may cause a rift between the two.