Last Sunday's NASCAR race in Pocono was a real wildcard, with all the top leaders running out of gas in the final laps.
Kyle Busch, leading with one lap to go, never made it back around to finish the last lap, hitting empty and stalling on the track. That ended his chance to win a record-tying fourth-straight race. Instead of finishing first, he tumbled to 21st.
Busch's teammate, Matt Kenseth, was the lucky winner, coming out of nowhere to grab a victory he never would have earned otherwise. He led only two laps the entire race, one of them being the key—the last lap.
Despite all the last-lap craziness at Pocono, most of the percentages stayed the same in terms of who is on track to advance into NASCAR's version of the "playoffs"—the Chase as it's known. You can contrast that to last week's numbers.