Nascar Power Rankings

NASCAR Sprint Cup Power Rankings

Week32 Power rankings

Tom Jensen, FOX Sports

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Posted October 20, 2014 09:38 AM EDT

With his stunning victory in Sunday’s GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway, Brad Keselowski moves back atop the FOXSports.com Power Rankings.

Here’s this week’s list:

+9

Keselowski

-6

Busch

FOX SPORTS NASCAR POWER RANKINGS

RK DRIVER WINS CHANGE HIGH/LOW COMMENTS
1

Brad Keselowski

6 9 1/12
Talk about coming up big when you have to. Keselowski put on a furious charge in a must-win situation and moves to the next round of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. Last week: 10.
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2

Joey Logano

5 1 1/16
Already locked into the Eliminator Round of the Chase, all Logano had to do was help teammate Keselowski win, which he did. Last week: 1.
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3

Kevin Harvick

3 1 1/20
Ninth at Talladega, Harvick is the driver with the best shot at keeping the Penske boys from winning the championship. Last week: 2.
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4

Ryan Newman

0 1 4/17
Yes, he finished fifth at Talladega and advanced to the next round. Still, it’s been 48 races since he’s won a race. Last week: 5.
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5

Jeff Gordon

4 1 1/13
The only one of the four Hendrick Motorsports drivers to advance, Gordon stumbled to a 26th-place finish. Last week: 4.
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6

Matt Kenseth

0 3 3/12
Second place was a great finish for Kenseth but afterwards, he said his cars still lack speed. Last week: 9.
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7

Denny Hamlin

1 - 1/19
Survive and advance. Hamlin finished 18th, which was enough for him to move on, thanks to the woes of others. Last week: 7.
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8

Carl Edwards

2 2 4/17
Like Hamlin, Edwards played it safe. And like Hamlin, Edwards is still in the hunt for a championship Last week: 6.
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9

Kyle Busch

1 6 3/16
A devastating blow for Busch, who got wrecked by a backmarker and knocked out of title contention. Last week: 3.
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10

Jimmie Johnson

3 2 1/15
The six-time champ led the most laps and drove his tail off, but got hung out and roughed up in the final laps. Last week: 12.
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11

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

3 - 1/20
A bad result for Junior Nation, as Junior finished 31st. Still it’s been a good season. Last week: 11.
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12

Kasey Kahne

1 4 8/20
Twelfth place wasn’t good enough for Kahne to move on in the title fight. Last week: 8.
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13

Kyle Larson

0 - 8/18
Talladega represented the first time in six Chase races that Larson finished worse than sixth. Last week: 13.
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14

Kurt Busch

1 - 3/20
Excellent outing for Busch, as he brought his Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet home seventh. Last week: 14.
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15

AJ Allmendinger

1 - 13/20
It was a challenging afternoon for the ‘Dinger, who finished 23rd. Last week: 15.
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16

Clint Bowyer

0 4 4/20
A stellar third-place effort for Bowyer matched his season’s best. Last week: 20.
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17

Jamie McMurray

0 1 10/20
A cut left-rear tire ruined McMurray’s day, which began with an oil leak. Last week: 16.
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18

Greg Biffle

0 1 5/20
Late in the race, Biffle got loose and wrecked several cars, including Earnhardt’s. Oops. Last week: 17.
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19

Austin Dillon

0 1 14/20
Top-15 for Dillon wasn’t too bad at all, given the mayhem late in the race. Last week: 18.
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20

Aric Almirola

1 1 10/21
A bad day for Almirola, culminating in a 39th-place finish. Last week: 19.
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