After a one-hour, 14-minute delay to dry the 1.5-mile Homestead-Miami Speedway after a rain shower, the NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup season finale got back underway with roughly 150 laps remaining.
All of the drivers made a pit stop after the red flag was lifted, Carl Edwards lost the lead and came off pit road third. Tony Stewart, his championship rival, moved up from fifth to fourth.
That allowed Stewart to jump to second place on the restart and move ahead of Edwards for the first time today.
With 150 laps to go, Jeff Gordon leads, followed by Stewart and Edwards.