Chase Tracker: Jeff Gordon, Danica Patrick among drivers without a win in Chase-eligible spot

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Ten races are down and 16 NASCAR Sprint Cup races remain until the Chase for the Sprint Cup field is set.

Sixteen drivers will advance to the Chase. Any driver with a win while also ranking in the top 30 in points and having attempted to qualify for every race (unless granted a NASCAR waiver) will make the Chase. If the points leader does not have a win, they’ll make the Chase. If there are more than 16 different winners, ties will be broken by number of wins and then points.

Here’s who would be Chase eligible at this point in the season.

1 – Kevin Harvick (2 wins) … 394 points

2 – Jimmie Johnson (2 wins) … 342 points

3 – Joey Logano (1 win) … 335 points

4 – Dale Earnhardt Jr. (1 win) … 319 points

5 – Brad Keselowski (1 win) … 305 points

6 – Matt Kenseth (1 win) … 292 points

7 – Denny Hamlin (1 win) … 281 points

8 – Kurt Busch (1 win) … 255 points

9 – Martin Truex Jr. (0 wins) … 354 points

10 – Jamie McMurray (0 wins) … 297 points

11 – Kasey Kahne (o wins) … 286 points

12 – Paul Menard (o wins) … 280 points

13 – Aric Almirola (0 wins) … 279 points

14 – Jeff Gordon (o wins) … 277 points

15 – Ryan Newman (o wins) … 271 points

16 – Danica Patrick (o wins) … 253 points

DRIVERS OUTSIDE A CHASE SPOT

17 – Clint Bowyer … 4 points behind 16th

18 – Carl Edwards … 13 points behind 16th

19 – AJ Allmendinger … 24 points behind 16th

20 – David Ragan … 29 points behind 16th

21 – Casey Mears … 36 points behind 16th

22 – Greg Biffle … 43 points behind 16th

23 – Ricky Stenhouse Jr. … 46 points behind 16th

24 – Kyle Larson … 46 points behind 16th

25 – Austin Dillon … 50 points behind 16th

26 – David Gilliland … 53 points behind 16th

27 – Justin Allgaier … 60 points behind 16th

28 – Sam Hornish Jr. … 71 points behind 16th

29 – Trevor Bayne … 76 points behind 16th

30 – Tony Stewart … 79 points behind 16th