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All-Star Race Power rankings

Tom Jensen, FOXSports.com

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Posted May 19, 2014 02:17 PM EDT

Congratulations to Jamie McMurray, crew chief Keith Rodden and the rest of the No. 1 Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates team for their huge upset victory in Saturday night's NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Here's this week's edition of the FOXSports.com Power Rankings.

+9

Busch

-11

Newman

FOX SPORTS NASCAR POWER RANKINGS

RK DRIVER WINS CHANGE HIGH/LOW COMMENTS
1

Kevin Harvick

2 - 1/20
When you're angry that you finished second, you're ready to win a championship, which Harvick clearly is. Last week: 2.
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2

Jeff Gordon

1 4 1/13
Something happened on the front end of Gordon's car, causing him to crash. Until then, he was plenty fast. Last week: 1.
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3

Joey Logano

2 - 1/16
It was a short night for Logano, who has unable to avoid the spinning Kyle Busch and nailed him hard. Last week: 3.
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4

Kurt Busch

1 9 3/20
The Double Outlaw gets a bonus bump here for the phenomenal job he did qualifying for his first Indy 500. Last week: 20.
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5

Carl Edwards

1 6 4/17
The race was his to win, but Edwards couldn't hold off McMurray at the start of the final segment. Last week: 4.
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6

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

1 1 1/11
Slow early on, Earnhardt got better has the night went on, finishing fourth. Last week: 5.
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7

Matt Kenseth

0 1 3/12
Best in class among the Joe Gibbs Racing Toyotas, Kenseth came home third. Last week: 7.
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8

Denny Hamlin

1 6 2/19
All told, a disappointing effort for Hamlin, who appeared to have issues during the race. Last week: 8.
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9

Kyle Busch

1 3 3/16
It was another tough all-star race for the younger Busch, who triggered a multi-car accident in the second segment. Last week: 6.
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10

Brad Keselowski

1 5 1/12
One of the pre-race favorites, Keselowski honestly was never much of a factor in the outcome. Last week: 9.
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11

Jamie McMurray

0 3 11/20
With the win, Jamie Mac joins an elite class of drivers who've won the Daytona 500, Brickyard 400 and the Sprint All-Star Race. Last week: Unranked.
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12

Kyle Larson

0 2 8/18
A broken transmission doomed Larson from advancing out of the Sprint Showdown. Last week: 10.
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13

Brian Vickers

0 - 10/17
Fast in practice, Vickers had to settle for eighth in the race. Last week: 14.
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14

Jimmie Johnson

0 5 1/15
The only four-time all-star winner was never a factor in practice or in the race. Last week: 13.
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15

Ryan Newman

0 11 2/15
A rough night for Newman, who got caught up in a crash. Last week: 11.
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16

Kasey Kahne

0 1 8/20
Wicked fast all night, Kahne hit oil on the track and crashed. Still, much improved pace. Last week: 16.
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17

Greg Biffle

0 1 7/20
When Gordon crashed, Biffle had no place to go and crashed out, too. Last week: 12.
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18

Austin Dillon

0 2 14/20
Surprisingly, perhaps, Dillon did not advance out of the Sprint Showdown. Last week: 15.
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19

Clint Bowyer

0 2 11/20
The newlywed won the Sprint Showdown to make it into the big race. Last week: 18.
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20

AJ Allmendinger

0 4 13/20
Second in the Sprint Showdown allowed The 'Dinger to transfer into the main event. Last week: 17.
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