Nascar Power Rankings

NASCAR Sprint Cup Power Rankings

Week13 Power rankings

Tom Jensen, FOX Sports

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Posted June 02, 2014 09:53 AM EDT

Two victories in a row means that Jimmie Johnson jumps up to the No. 1 slot in the FOXSports.com Power Rankings.

Here's this week's list.

+5

Keselowski

-8

Busch

FOX SPORTS NASCAR POWER RANKINGS

RK DRIVER WINS CHANGE HIGH/LOW COMMENTS
1

Jimmie Johnson

0 1 1/15
Once again, the six-time champion opened up a big ole' can of whupass on the field at Dover to win for the ninth time at The Monster Mile. Last week: 2.
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2

Kevin Harvick

0 1 1/20
He had a car good enough to win, but a broken valve stem on a tire cost Harvick dearly. Last week: 1.
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3

Matt Kenseth

0 3 3/12
A good run for Kenseth, who finished third, but was not fast enough to contend for the victory. Your new points leader. Last week: 6.
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4

Kyle Busch

0 4 3/16
A shot at a sweep of all three races ended when Busch got put into the wall by Clint Bowyer. Last week: 8.
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5

Brad Keselowski

0 5 1/12
Another pole and a runner-up effort means Keselowski is absolutely a threat to win a second championship. Last week: 10.
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6

Jeff Gordon

0 2 1/13
After running second in the middle stages of the race, Gordon faded badly to finish 15th. Last week: 4.
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7

Joey Logano

0 2 1/16
All race long, Logano seemed to be erratic – fast on some runs and slow on others. Last week: 5.
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8

Carl Edwards

0 1 4/17
Fourteenth wasn't was Edwards was looking for as the Roush camp continues to struggle. Last week: 7.
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9

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

0 - 1/11
Ninth-place for Junior, who didn't finish as well as he ran earlier. Last week: 9.
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10

Denny Hamlin

0 3 2/19
Nice effort by Hamlin to rebound from a pit-road speeding penalty to finish in the top five. Last week: 13.
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11

Kurt Busch

0 8 3/20
Believe it or not, Busch's 18th-place result was just his third top 20 this year. Last week: 3.
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12

Kyle Larson

0 3 8/18
It seemed like Larson was in the top 10 all race long, as he continues to shine in his rookie season. Last week: 15.
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13

Jamie McMurray

0 2 11/20
A great recovery by McMurray allowed him to finish 13th, despite hitting a piece of concrete that came up from the track. Last week: 11.
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14

Clint Bowyer

0 4 11/20
Aside from accidentally putting Kyle Busch in the wall, it was a good race for Bowyer, who wound up fourth. Last week: 18.
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15

Ryan Newman

0 1 2/15
A decent day was cut short by a broken transmission for Newman. Last week: 14.
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16

Brian Vickers

0 4 10/17
Although he had a fast car, a rare engine failure knocked Vickers out of the race. Last week: 12.
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17

Paul Menard

0 3 9/20
Tenth place was again best in class among the Richard Childress Racing Chevrolets. Last week: 20.
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18

Kasey Kahne

0 2 8/20
Yet another disappointing outing for Kahne, who was 19th and last among the four Hendrick cars. Last week: 16.
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19

Greg Biffle

0 2 7/20
A tough race for Biffle, who was caught in the AJ Allmendinger-Ricky Stenhouse Jr. crash. Last week: 17.
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20

Austin Dillon

0 1 14/20
Top-20 for Dillon, who is consistent, but needs more speed in his cars. Last week: 19.
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