NASCAR standings 2021

How do the NASCAR standings look like going to the regular-season finale as drivers fight for the last playoff spot?

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With the regular season coming to its last race, there is one spot left to grab for the 2021 Cup Series playoffs.

The 2021 Cup Series regular season has seen 14 different winners with one race remaining. Kyle Larson leads the pack with five wins, followed by Martin Truex Jr. and Alex Bowman with three wins each.

Kevin Harvick became the 15th driver to grab a playoff spot after a 14th-place finish Sunday at Michigan International Speedway. This means that there is only one point up for grabs for the remaining drivers in the 2021 Cup Series playoffs.

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Here is how the table looks like:

1. Kyle Larson … 5 wins, 37 playoff points

2. Martin Truex Jr. … 3 wins, 20 playoff points

3. Alex Bowman … 3 wins, 15 playoff points

4. Kyle Busch … 2 wins, 15 playoff points

5. Ryan Blaney … 2 wins, 14 playoff points

6. Chase Elliott … 2 wins, 12 playoff points

7. Joey Logano … 1 win, 9 playoff points

8. William Byron … 1 win, 8 playoff points

9. Kurt Busch … 1 win, 8 playoff points

10. Brad Keselowski … 1 win, 7 playoff points

11. Christopher Bell … 1 win, 5 playoff points

12. Michael McDowell … 1 win, 5 playoff points

13. Aric Almirola … 1 win, 5 playoff points

14. Denny Hamlin … 0 wins, 5 playoff points

15. Kevin Harvick … 0 wins, 0 playoff points

16. Tyler Reddick … 0 wins, +25 points on the cutline

Below the cutline

17. Austin Dillon … 25 points

18. Matt DiBenedetto … 120 points

19. Chris Buescher … 135 points

20. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. – 173 points

Another battle that will take place along with the playoff spot will be that of the regular season championship. Currently, Larson leads Hamlin, who is yet to win a race, by 28 points.

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