(WNFL) - Time is running out for Wisconsin's Matt Kenseth to come-from-behind and win the NASCAR Sprint Cup title. The Cambridge native trails Jimmie Johnson by seven points, going into the second-to-last event in the 10-race Chase for the Sprint Cup. The Advocare-500 will be run on Sunday at Phoenix -- a track where Kenseth has not won since 2002, with only one Top-five finish in his last five appearances. Kenseth figures he'll have to win his final two events to have a sure shot at his second Sprint Cup season championship. Qualifying takes place later today. Paul Menard of Eau Claire is also entered, along with Travis Kvapil of Janesville and Beloit-born Danica Patrick. Kenseth is also entered in tomorrow's Nationwide Series race at Phoenix, the Service-master 200. Tonight, Johnny Sauter of Necedah will compete in the Lucas Oil-150 in the Camping World Truck Series. Sauter is fourth in the season point standings.
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