From left, Jennifer Nelson-Casines, senior keeper, and Emily Henson, zookeeper, walk with Koda, a 4-year old cheetah from South Africa that serves as Zoo Miami's official "Wildlife Prognosticator" on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016 at Zoo Miami in Miami, Fla. This year's pick is Carl Edwards to win the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship. (David Santiago/Miami Herald/TNS via Getty Images)
Koda the Cheetah's pick to win the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship is in.
Each year, the Zoo Miami cheetah makes a selection prior to the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
After picking Kevin Harvick to win it all last year, Koda is looking for redemption.
On Tuesday, Koda picked Carl Edwards to score the title in Sunday's race in South Florida.
Edwards will need to be quick like a cheetah if he wants to beat out Jimmie Johnson, Joey Logano and defending champ Kyle Busch for the hardware.
You heard it here first! Koda, from @zoomiami, chose #CarlEdwards to win the @NASCAR Sprint Cup Series on Sunday! Who's with Koda? #TheChase pic.twitter.com/5NdA5KwzBF— Homestead-Miami (@HomesteadMiami)
November 15, 2016