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“I don’t think we’re hanging around,” Wolfe said. “I think we’ve shown growth in this team and we’ve shown improvement from the beginning of the season. We were lacking speed earlier in the season. We were able to run well, get good finishes and win some races, but we didn’t have dominant racecars. We continued to work on our stuff and as we got closer to the Chase and we’ve been in the Chase, there have been tracks where we’ve been dominant or as good as anybody here.”

Keselowski’s been good this season at 1.5-mile superspeedways, which could give him an edge in two of the final three races. Texas and Homestead are intermediate tracks, with 1-mile Phoenix sandwiched in between.

“I feel like our cars have been really strong at … the high fall-off, mile-and-a-halves where the pace drops significantly (during a fuel run),” Keselowski said. “That’s been our strong suit and I think that we can keep that going. I’m really confident in that,” Keselowski said. “Phoenix, I’m not so sure about. We know that we’ve got a great shot at beating them heads-up at two of those three races.”