Nascar Power Rankings

NASCAR Sprint Cup Power Rankings

Week34 Power rankings

Tom Jensen, FOX Sports

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Posted November 03, 2014 10:41 AM EST

By the narrowest of margins, Joey Logano holds onto the lead in the FOXSports.com Power Rankings, but Jimmie Johnson’s victory in the AAA Texas 500 moves the six-time champ up.

Here’s this week’s list:

+6

Harvick

-2

Gordon

FOX SPORTS NASCAR POWER RANKINGS

RK DRIVER WINS CHANGE HIGH/LOW COMMENTS
1

Joey Logano

0 - 1/16
With his worst finish of the entire Chase, Logano retakes the points lead from Jeff Gordon. Strange, huh? Last week: 1.
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2

Ryan Newman

0 2 2/15
Although he finished a disappointing 15th at Texas, Newman is just 2 points out of the series points lead. Last week: 4.
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3

Kevin Harvick

0 6 1/20
A second-place finish at Texas helped Harvick’s cause greatly, and he’s won three of the last four races at Phoenix. Last week: 9.
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4

Jeff Gordon

0 2 1/13
It should have been a great finish for the four-time champion. Instead, contact with Brad Keselowski left him 29th. Last week: 2.
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5

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

0 2 1/11
Although he finished sixth, Earnhardt never led a lap and never was a factor in the outcome of the race. Last week: 3.
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6

Denny Hamlin

0 - 2/19
Still trying to wrap my head around the fact that Hamlin has no top fives in the Chase and is tied for the points lead. Last week: 6.
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7

Matt Kenseth

0 2 3/12
An up-and-down day for Kenseth, who now sits just a single point out of the final transfer spot. Last week: 5.
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8

Jimmie Johnson

0 3 1/15
The six-time Sprint Cup champion put a vintage-style No. 48 team arse-whipping on the field at Texas. Last week: 11.
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9

Carl Edwards

0 2 4/17
Two laps down at one point, Edwards rallied hard to salvage a ninth-place finish. Last week: 7.
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10

Brad Keselowski

0 2 1/12
Third place and a post-race brawl for Keselowski, who continues to keep things interesting. Last week: 8.
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11

Kyle Busch

0 1 3/16
No sweep for Busch, but a fairly remarkable rally to finish fourth in his crash-damaged race car. Last week: 10.
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12

Kyle Larson

0 1 8/18
Excellent run for Larson, who finished seventh and solidified his hold on rookie of the year. Last week: 13.
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13

Kasey Kahne

0 1 8/20
Not one, but two crashes for Kahne, who did not have a good night at all. Last week: 12.
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14

Kurt Busch

0 1 3/20
For this race, Busch and teammate Danica Patrick swapped crews. Busch finished 8th, Patrick 36th. Hmmm. Last week: 15.
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15

AJ Allmendinger

0 1 13/20
Top 15 for the ‘Dinger wasn’t great, but it was pretty good. Last week: 14.
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16

Jamie McMurray

0 1 11/20
Excellent run for Jamie Mac, who finished the long night up in fifth. Last week: 17.
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17

Clint Bowyer

0 1 11/20
Rough outing for Bowyer, as he finished all the way back in 30th. Last week: 16.
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18

Greg Biffle

0 - 7/20
Thirteenth for Biffle seems to be about where he runs every week. Last week: 18.
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19

Austin Dillon

0 - 14/20
Mid-pack run for Dillon, who finished 21st. Last week: 19.
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20

Aric Almirola

0 - 10/21
A challenging race ended with Almirola back in 24th place. Last week: 20.
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