Keselowski confident he can pass Johnson for the championship

The chase for the Sprint cup title has become a two man race, as Jimmie Johnson leads Brad Keselowski by 7 points going into the final two races of the season. Keselowski is still confident he can pass Johnson and win the championship.

"Well it is a big weekend, but every weekend it big for me and I approach it that way. We are going to do the best we can each week and try to win because you are only as good as your last performance," Keselowski says.

"Phoenix will be that. Two races to go in the chase for the sprint cup and we are 7 points behind Jimmie Johnson. I feel like we have performed just as well and if not better than him and I feel like we can go to Phoenix and win and reclaim the points leadership going into Homestead," he adds.

"The last two races are the who chase as it stands right now, we are very close in points, if we go out and win the next two races we win the championship."

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