They'll set the field tonight in Charlotte for Sunday's Coke 600. Travis Wells checks in from the track with two drivers who hope to be faster than a speeding bullet all weekend long. This weekend's Coke 600 marks the 12th race of the Sprint Cup season but six time Cup Series Champ Jimmie Johnson is still winless in 2014. And jj admits he and his team haven't done a great job of adapting to the new rules package. jimmie johnson/ winless in 2014: i do like a loose racecar and as the car gets in traffic, the car typically gets looser so if you start with a loose car and end up in traffic, you're not really going anywhere. you're kind of stuck and yes i'm not the best driver of a tight racecar. a lot of tools have been taken away from us to help the car turn. so it's something i'm trying to adapt to. sixteen drivers make it into the chase when last year there were twelve so the window is a lot bigger to get into the chase for the first segment and i'm confident that we'll be in there. While jj has seemed super human at times in his career, the real Super man is riding on board with his teammate Dale Earnhardt, Jr. this weekend as he tries to win his first points race at Charlotte. He knows it'll take a super human effort and when asked on Thursday what special power he wish he possessed, Junior quickly replied with super human strength. dale earnhardt, junior/five top 5's at charlotte: just to be able to pick stuff up and throw it across the yard. it'd be fun. you could impress your friends and show off for the ladies. travis: Junior led the Thursday afternoon practice session, followed by Kevin Harvick and Johnson in the 48 car. At the Charlotte Motor Speedway, in Concord, North Carolina, Travis Wells, wdbj7.