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Week17 Power rankings

Jeff Owens, SceneDaily.com
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Posted January 27, 2011 12:59 PM EST
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FOX SPORTS NASCAR POWER RANKINGS

RK DRIVER WINS CHANGE HIGH/LOW COMMENTS
1

Jimmie Johnson

0 4 1/6
Made a big-time statement with road-course win. He's now a "complete" driver, like he wasn't already.
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2

Kevin Harvick

0 2 1/16
His competition keeps screwing up, and he just keeps finishing in the top 10 - and padding his points lead.
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3

Denny Hamlin

0 2 1/20
He was due for some bad luck, but losing his hood and getting wrecked was probably more than he bargained for.
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4

Kurt Busch

0 2 2/15
Headed for another impressive run until Jeff Gordon punted him at the end. One of many who now owe Gordon some payback.
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5

Kyle Busch

0 2 1/13
Rowdy actually showed some progress by not going ballistic when he got taken out early at Sonoma.
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6

Jeff Gordon

0 - 2/14
Gained two spots in points with solid run, but he's got an awful big target on his back thanks to his rough-housing.
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7

Greg Biffle

0 2 3/14
The Biff keeps finding ways to be more competitive than his Roush Fenway teammates.
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8

Tony Stewart

0 2 3/18
Three straight top-10s gives him momentum with some of his best tracks coming up.
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9

Jeff Burton

0 2 4/14
Got wrecked with five laps remaining - again. Wouldn't want to go to Vegas with this guy.
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10

Mark Martin

0 1 2/19
Switch to spoiler has hurt, but amazing ability to stay out of trouble helping him salvage disappointing season.
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11

Matt Kenseth

0 3 2/13
Got caught speeding on pit road, and that was his fastest lap of the day.
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12

Carl Edwards

0 - 3/18
Begging NASCAR to move Sonoma race to Road America after win on Saturday and dismal run on Sunday.
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13

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

0 2 10/20
How did he survive all that carnage? It paid off with 11th-place finish and a gain in points.
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14

Clint Bowyer

0 1 4/15
Spent the day looking for AJ Allmendinger after getting spun early in the race. Not too thrilled with Gordon, either.
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15

Ryan Newman

0 1 10/20
Ho-hum run didn't gain him any ground in bid to make the Chase.
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16

Kasey Kahne

0 1 9/19
Fourth-place run proved last year's road-course win was no fluke.
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17

AJ Allmendinger

0 1 15/20
Keeps posting solid numbers, but now he's in trouble with Bowyer.
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18

Joey Logano

0 2 9/20
Ticked off another veteran driver, and this time Juan Pablo Montoya made him pay. When will he learn?
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19

Juan Pablo Montoya

0 1 4/20
Sent young Joey for a spin, but for what? He needs more than top 10s, and Sonoma was a missed opportunity.
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20

Martin Truex Jr.

0 1 9/20
His Chase hopes are in the toilet, but at least he can spend the next few races trying to ruin Jeff Gordon's chances.
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