It All Comes Down To This….. Who Wins the NASCAR Sprint Cup?

Courtesy of NASCAR Media: Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart posing with the Sprint Cup Title at the NASCAR Championship Contender's Press Conference

It all comes down to one final race. Today is the day we’ll find out who will win the NASCAR Sprint Cup.

We’ve seen all the mind-games being played over the past 3-weeks to a month, and now its time to put up or shut up. 3 points is all that settles Tony Stewart from points leader Carl Edwards.

So far this weekend, Carl Edwards has thrown the first punch in this final championship battle. Edwards won the pole for today’s Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, and has dominated Stewart in the two practices this weekend. However, that doesn’t mean Carl is going to win. Tony has been working on his long-run car setup, while Carl has worked on speed and performance with his engine package.

The 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Season has been one of the best seasons in recent memory, but today caps the season with a tight championship battle between Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards. Who do you think is going to win the Sprint Cup? Do you think that Tony Stewart will solidify his legacy in the sport with a 3rd championship, or do you think that Cousin Carl will go on to win his first championship.

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