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Week 21 Power rankings

Tom Jensen,

Posted July 15, 2013 04:46 PM EDT

Big props to Brian Vickers and the crew of the No. 55 Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota for their stunning upset victory at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday.

Meanwhile, Jimmie Johnson remains the top dog in the Power Rankings this week on the basis of his whopping 56-point lead in the NASCAR Sprint Cup standings.

This week’s list:







Jimmie Johnson

0 - 1/7
After his No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet SS flunked tech on Friday, Johnson started 43rd on Sunday. He finished sixth, which was a most impressive run.
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Kevin Harvick

0 - 1/15
Although he never contended for the race victory, Harvick drove a smooth race to finish seventh.
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Matt Kenseth

0 1 1/9
The No. 20 JGR Toyota led 33 laps, but Kenseth couldn’t overcome track position issues late in the race.
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Clint Bowyer

0 1 2/15
Frankly, a 13th-place finish was below expectations for Bowyer, who usually is very strong at New Hampshire.
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Carl Edwards

0 2 1/19
Historically, New Hampshire has never been one of Roush Fenway Racing’s best tracks, so an 8th-place run isn’t too bad.
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Kyle Busch

0 2 1/16
Fast but frustrated, Busch claimed second place behind Vickers and won the NASCAR Nationwide Series race on Saturday.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr.

0 2 1/14
This seemed like one of Junior’s races from the bad old days: Fast early, but continued to fade as the race went on.
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Kurt Busch

0 2 2/19
Without question, the elder Busch had the car to beat, but found himself back in the pack, where he got wrecked out of contention.
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Brad Keselowski

0 6 1/16
A pole and a top five made for a huge weekend for the defending NASCAR Sprint Cup champion
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Greg Biffle

0 - 4/18
For a guy who won at Michigan and was second at Pocono, Biffle was virtually invisible all weekend at New Hampshire.
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Tony Stewart

0 2 1/20
Nothing is tougher than running out of gas on the last lap. Stewart was second when the white flag fell but finished 26th.
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Kasey Kahne

0 - 2/15
A tremendous save after a lurid moment on the backstretch helped Kahne salvage an 11th-place finish
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Martin Truex Jr.

0 2 9/20
Given that his teammate won the race, 16th wasn’t all that much to get excited about for Truex, but it was OK.
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Jeff Gordon

0 - 3/18
After getting spun out by Paul Menard, Gordon did very well to rally back and finish 10th
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Brian Vickers

0 - 15/20
Congratulations. When you consider all that Vickers has been through, this truly was a huge victory.
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Jeff Burton

0 3 16/22
What a great day for Burton and the entire Richard Childress Racing organization. Third place was stout.
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Jamie McMurray

0 - 11/18
Nice run for McMurray, who finished 12th after his crew frantically repaired the car he wrecked in practice Saturday.
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Joey Logano

0 5 3/19
Consecutive weeks of early-race tire failure left Logano fuming, and understandably so
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Aric Almirola

0 - 8/20
Smart fuel and tire strategy allowed Almirola to earn a sold top-five finish at New Hampshire
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Ryan Newman

0 4 7/20
Newman lost his seat at Stewart-Haas Racing and got wrecked while in the top 10. Not fun.
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