Nascar Power Rankings

NASCAR Sprint Cup Power Rankings

Week 37 Power rankings

Tom Jensen, FOXSports.com

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Posted November 11, 2013 09:58 AM EST

Jimmie Johnson all but sewed up his sixth NASCAR Sprint Cup championship with a third-place finish in Sunday’s AdvoCare 500 at Phoenix International Raceway. And he stays atop of the FOXSports.com Power Rankings this week.

This week’s list:

+2

Harvick

-3

Bowyer

FOX SPORTS NASCAR POWER RANKINGS

RK DRIVER WINS CHANGE HIGH/LOW COMMENTS
1

Jimmie Johnson

6 - 1/7
He didn’t win, but his third-place run gives Johnson a 28-point lead over Matt Kenseth heading into Homestead. Six-pack time.
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2

Kevin Harvick

5 2 1/15
For the second year in a row, Harvick scored a big victory at Phoenix as his days at Richard Childress Racing come to a close.
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3

Matt Kenseth

7 1 1/9
Truly a wretched outing for Kenseth — 23rd — and at the worst possible time. Still, he has had a great season.
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4

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

0 1 1/14
A loose wheel on the first pit stop could have really hurt Earnhardt, but he rebounded to finish fourth.
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5

Kyle Busch

4 - 1/16
Although he managed to come home seventh, at no point all weekend did Busch look like a threat to win.
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6

Jeff Gordon

1 - 3/18
Strong in the early stages of the race, Gordon faded badly and finished 14th, worst of the four Hendrick cars.
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7

Greg Biffle

1 2 4/18
After starting 43rd because of a transmission change, Biffle raced his way all the way up to 13th.
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8

Joey Logano

1 - 3/19
A solid but unspectacular outing for Logano, who came home ninth. Still, a strong 2013 campaign.
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9

Kurt Busch

0 1 2/19
A great effort by Busch and the Furniture Row Racing crew resulted in a fifth-place run.
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10

Clint Bowyer

0 3 2/15
You have to believe that Bowyer thought he’d finish a lot better than 20th, but he didn’t.
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11

Kasey Kahne

2 2 2/15
By coming home second, Kahne moved up to 12th in the points, which was big given he’d been stuck in 13th for weeks.
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12

Ryan Newman

1 1 7/20
In his penultimate outing with Stewart-Haas Racing, Newman came home 10th.
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13

Carl Edwards

2 1 1/19
The good news? Edwards won the AdvoCare 498.5. The bad news? Edwards ran out of gas and finished 21st in the AdvoCare 500.
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14

Brad Keselowski

1 - 1/16
Never getting the car to his liking, the 2012 champ struggled to finish 11th.
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15

Martin Truex Jr.

1 - 9/20
A nice run for Truex, as he finished eighth in the No. 15 MWR Toyota, a car that will be part-time next year.
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16

Paul Menard

0 1 9/20
Menard was 16th, which was about average for him, or so it seems.
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17

Jamie McMurray

1 1 11/18
He didn’t set the world on fire, but McMurray did manage to finish in the top 20.
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18

Jeff Burton

0 2 16/22
A so-so outing for Burton, who was 17th in his 1,000 NASCAR start
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19

Ricky Stenhouse Jr.

0 - 18/20
Twelfth place was one of Stenhouse’s better finishes this year.
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20

Aric Almirola

0 2 8/20
Top 20 in the race, top 20 in points for Almirola.
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