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Week19 Power rankings

Tom Jensen,

Posted July 01, 2013 03:07 PM EDT

Matt Kenseth jumps back into the No. 1 slot after Kentucky victory.

Jimmie Johnson had the Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway won until he blew a late-race restart and handed the victory to Matt Kenseth. And with that victory, Kenseth moves back to the top slot in Power Rankings this week.

This week’s list:







Matt Kenseth

0 4 1/9
All race long, Kenseth was fast. When it was winning time, he and crew chief Jason Ratcliff were smart and fast.
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Jimmie Johnson

0 1 1/7
Woulda’, coulda’, shoulda’. Johnson led 182 of 267 laps and finished ninth. He can’t do that in the Chase if he wants his six-pack.
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Kevin Harvick

0 1 1/15
Not a great race for Harvick, but 10th wasn’t bad. He was never a contender, though.
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Clint Bowyer

0 - 2/15
Although he’s still looking for his first race victory of the season, Bowyer made the most of the afternoon by finishing third.
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Carl Edwards

0 4 1/19
After leading the first 31 laps, Edwards basically was never a factor afterwards and slumped to finish 21st.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr.

0 1 1/14
Junior won the pole, but an errant tire carcass from Denny Hamlin’s car bent his splitter and ended his chances at victory.
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Greg Biffle

0 1 4/18
After three great weeks, Biffle came crashing back to reality when he was collateral damage in the Brad Keselowski crash.
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Kyle Busch

0 2 1/16
A nice rebound from an early spin saw the younger of the Busch brothers finish in fifth place.
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Martin Truex Jr.

0 - 9/20
Not a victory like he had last week at Sonoma but Truex did come home in the top 10 again.
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Kurt Busch

0 2 2/19
Although he triggered the wreck that took Keselowski out, Busch had a strong race and his now up to 14th in points.
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Joey Logano

0 4 3/19
Thanks to an excellent fourth-place run, Logano is back in the top 10 in points for only the second time this season
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Kasey Kahne

0 1 2/15
Eleventh at Kentucky, 11th in the Sprint Cup points, 12th in the Power Rankings.
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Jeff Gordon

0 1 3/18
Pit-road strategy and restarts didn’t do Gordon any favors, but he still finished ahead of all three of his teammates.
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Brad Keselowski

0 2 1/16
Taken out early by Kurt Busch, Keselowski took a big points hit as his slump continues.
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Tony Stewart

0 2 1/20
After a recent hot streak, Stewart continues to slide backwards and his 20th-place finish wasn’t at all what he was looking for.
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Aric Almirola

0 1 8/20
It was a so-so race for Almirola, who finished 15th.
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Ryan Newman

0 1 7/20
Best in class among the Stewart-Haas Racing drivers, with a 14th-place finish.
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Jamie McMurray

0 - 11/18
Great afternoon for McMurray, who finished second to race-winner Kenseth.
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Ricky Stenhouse Jr.

0 - 17/20
OK race for Stenhouse, coming home 17th.
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Paul Menard

0 4 9/20
Not so OK for Menard, who finished a dismal 30th.
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