After winning at Martinsville on Sunday, Tony Stewart served notice to Carl Edwards that he was ready to battle Edwards for the title.
On Friday, Edwards said that while Stewart may be his closest pursuer — eight points back — he also needed to worry about Kevin Harvick and Brad Keselowski.
"[Stewart and I] get along real well and, for me, this week I've thought a little bit about who my real competition is and, no offense to Tony or anything, but I think the guys that are behind him are truly the guys who have the biggest chance of doing well over the next three weeks," Edwards said. "They've shown they can run up front in the points all year and although Tony could go on a roll, what I've been sticking to this week is that it would be foolish of me to just focus on him and not pay attention to these other guys who have been very, very fast."
While that may be true of Harvick, who trails Edwards by 21 points, Keselowski, who is 27 back, didn't catch fire until winning at Kansas in
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