Vote Now: Which Chaser below the cutoff has the best chance to advance?

It’s time for fans to vote in another NASCAR poll question.

This time we want to know who you think will be able to climb out of their deficit after Martinsville and make it to the Championship race at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Will it be Kevin Harvick, who has never been eliminated from the current iteration of NASCAR’s Chase for the Sprint Cup?

The fact that he’s never been eliminated and how dominant he’s been at Phoenix International Raceway are two main reasons why he could find his way to the championship race. It’s hard to bet against someone who has won five of the last six races at Phoenix and finished second in his other appearance.

How about his Stewart-Haas Racing teammate, Kurt Busch?

The elder Busch brother has been quiet and consistent for the majority of the Chase. His worst finish coming at Martinsville puts him in a difficult hole to climb out of, especially since his No. 41 Chevrolet hasn’t shown the speed of his other contenders. He does have a win at the final two Round of 8 Chase tracks, but it’s been over six years since he’s visited Victory Lane at either track.

Joey Logano has the smallest margin to currently make up as he only trails Kyle Busch by four points, and has the most momentum after winning at Talladega Superspeedway two weeks ago.

Finally, there’s Carl Edwards who started the Chase strong but has finished 29th and 36th in the past two races. With the biggest gap, Edwards will likely need to win either Texas or Phoenix to have a chance to advance to Homestead.

Now’s your chance. Vote in the poll below and be sure to check back tomorrow afternoon for the results.