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Week36 Power rankings

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

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+3

Busch

-4

Gordon

FOX SPORTS NASCAR POWER RANKINGS

RK DRIVER WINS CHANGE HIGH/LOW COMMENTS
1

Jimmie Johnson

3 1 1/6
Four-time is now Five-Time and took a giant step toward possibly being the best ever. Seven titles are clearly within his grasp.
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2

Denny Hamlin

1 1 1/20
Choked big-time at Homestead, but that doesn't diminish his fabulous eight-win season. He'll prove the old adage: You have to lose one before you win one.
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3

Kevin Harvick

2 - 1/16
A gallant effort, but he and his Richard Childress Racing team overachieved. They must do it again to become perennial contenders.
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4

Carl Edwards

2 - 3/18
Hamlin was this year's Carl Edwards. Edwards will be next year's Denny Hamlin.
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5

Kyle Busch

1 3 1/13
Hopefully, he learned a thing or two from his Joe Gibbs teammate. From the neck down, he's as talented as Johnson and Hamlin.
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6

Clint Bowyer

0 3 4/15
After two wins in the Chase, he will be the next RCR driver to become a serious title threat.
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7

Matt Kenseth

0 - 2/13
Look who woke up in time to sneak into the top five in points. Third crew chief was a charm.
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8

Greg Biffle

0 2 3/14
It's scary how much driving talent Roush Fenway Racing has. If it's truly back, Hendrick and Gibbs will be in for a fight in 2011.
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9

Jeff Gordon

2 4 2/14
After terrible finish to disappointing season, Gordon's team needs an overhaul. He's too good to win just once in three years.
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10

Tony Stewart

0 - 3/18
Is the pressure of being a team owner beginning to wear on one of the sport's most talented drivers?
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11

Jamie McMurray

0 1 6/20
His three wins were one of the biggest stories of the season, but more consistency is high on his Christmas list.
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12

Kurt Busch

1 1 2/15
Thrilling Chase made his '04 championship seem like a long, long time ago. His team -- and career -- is in need of a jumpstart.
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13

Jeff Burton

0 1 4/14
Let's hope his last-season slump isn't a sign that NASCAR's classiest driver is on the decline.
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14

Mark Martin

0 2 2/19
Something tells me he has one more championship run in him.
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15

Joey Logano

2 4 9/20
Guess who won't be getting any Christmas cards from Colombia this year.
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16

Ryan Newman

0 1 10/20
New daddy won't be getting many baby gifts after ticking off several drivers at Homestead.
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17

AJ Allmendinger

0 1 15/20
If the King can find enough money, he's got a prince in rapidly improving 'Dinger
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18

David Reutimann

0 1 13/20
Win keeps him on this list but he didn't show much during final stretch of the season.
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19

Juan Pablo Montoya

0 2 4/20
Ended 2010 the same way he ended 2009 -- getting wrecked by an angry driver.
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20

Kasey Kahne

0 - 9/19
There will be a few cases of Red Bull under his Christmas tree after pole and strong run in season finale.
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