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Week32 Power rankings

Jeff Owens,
Posted January 27, 2011 12:59 PM EST
Where does your favorite driver rank in's Power Rankings at the end of the 2010 NASCAR season? See below

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Jimmie Johnson

0 - 1/6
Hanging on to top spot, but barely. Denny Hamlin is breathing down his neck, offering Johnson's toughest Chase challenge since Jeff Gordon in 2007.
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Denny Hamlin

0 - 1/20
Brimming with confidence after another dramatic win at Martinsville. He may just be the driver to beat now.
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Kevin Harvick

0 - 1/16
Stepped up at Martinsville, but needs another big performance at Talladega to keep pace. It won't be easy if he keeps ticking off his teammates.
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Kyle Busch

0 - 1/13
Wore out Johnson's bumper during furious battle for fourth. He may have a say in the championship yet if Johnson keeps aggravating him.
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Jeff Gordon

0 - 2/14
Now that he's practically out of the Chase, he can do a little head-hunting, and Kurt Busch is at the top of his list.
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Jamie McMurray

0 1 6/20
Held his own at Martinsville. Now he's sniffing another victory at Talladega.
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Carl Edwards

0 2 3/18
He was Denny Hamlin two years ago, but has fallen far since his nine-win 2008 season.
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Tony Stewart

0 2 3/18
Stewart-Haas team has become alarmingly mistake-prone in Chase.
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Jeff Burton

0 3 4/14
You know you have crossed the line when the mayor of the garage is mad at you, and he wanted a piece of teammate Harvick at Martinsville.
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Greg Biffle

0 2 3/14
When it rains on Biffle, it pours, and he suffered a deluge of problems at Martinsville.
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Clint Bowyer

0 - 4/15
He's a team player and all, but he has to be bit miffed at giving his pit crew to Harvick.
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Matt Kenseth

0 2 2/13
Finished 15th at Martinsville. Was he better than that? "Honestly, no," he said. "I felt like we had a worse car than that." So it goes for the struggling Roush driver.
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Kurt Busch

0 - 2/15
Better be watching over his shoulder the last four races after he blatantly dumped Gordon.
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Mark Martin

0 - 2/19
The sun finally shone on Eeyore. He was practically giddy after rallying for a season-best runner-up finish.
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Joey Logano

0 2 9/20
Continued recent surge by stalking the leaders all day. He'll be a contender in Year 3.
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Ryan Newman

0 1 10/20
A contender until a rear gear went bad. Looking ahead to Phoenix, site of his last win.
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Juan Pablo Montoya

0 1 4/20
Much better than 19th at Martinsville, but he's gotten used to disappointing finishes.
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AJ Allmendinger

0 - 15/20
Gutted out a respectable finish under difficult circumstances. It will suck if RPM folds and he's left without a ride for next year.
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David Reutimann

0 1 13/20
Aaron's Dream Machine was stuck in a nightmare at Martinsville as Reutimann got bounced around like a pinball.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr.

0 - 10/20
Well, well, well, look who's back. Junior woke up from his three-month slumber to thrill fans at Martinsville. Can he stay awake for Talladega?
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