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Playoff scenarios for NASCAR Monster Cup Energy Series

With one regular-season race remaining in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and two remaining in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, it’s time to keep watch on drivers who can clinch a spot in the NASCAR Playoffs. Of course, the easiest way to clinch is to win this weekend at Indianapolis.

 

But if that doesn’t happen, here are the drivers who have a chance to clinch on points when the checkered flag drops at the Brickyard.

At Darlington, four winless drivers clinched on points: Ryan Blaney, Kyle Larson, William Byron and Aric Almirola. In addition, Kyle Busch clinched the regular-season championship and Erik Jones won the race to punch his ticket.

Fourteen drivers have now clinched. Two spots in the 16-driver field remain. Below is how drivers can claim them.

Clint Bowyer: Would clinch with a win. Would clinch on points with 48 points and a new winner. If there is a repeat winner (or a win by Kyle Larson, Ryan Blaney, William Byron or Aric Almirola), he would clinch on points with 46 points.

Daniel Suarez: Would clinch with a win. If there is a repeat winner (or a win by Kyle Larson, Ryan Blaney, William Byron, Aric Almirola or Clint Bowyer), he would clinch on points with 54 points. Could clinch on points with a new winner outside the top 16 in the standings and help.

Ryan Newman: Would clinch with a win. If there is a repeat winner, he would clinch on points with 54 points. Could clinch on points with a new winner outside the top 16 and help.

Jimmie Johnson: Would clinch with a win. Could clinch on points with help.

All other drivers can only clinch with a win.

 

WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF NASCAR COMMUNICATIONS