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Power Rankings after Dover

Tom Jensen, SPEED.com

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Posted June 04, 2012 10:24 AM EDT

With his dominating victory in the FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks at the Monster Mile, Jimmie Johnson vaults back to the top of the FOXSports.com/SPEED.com Power Rankings:

+4

Harvick

-5

Hamlin

FOX SPORTS NASCAR POWER RANKINGS

RK DRIVER WINS CHANGE HIGH/LOW COMMENTS
1

Jimmie Johnson

3 2 1/20
The five-time champion now has won three races in the last four weekends. Be afraid. Be very afraid. Is a sixth championship in the offing?
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2

Matt Kenseth

1 2 1/13
Clearly the class of the Roush Fenway Racing Fords, Kenseth posted his seventh top-five finish of the year, tied for the series high.
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3

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

0 2 1/13
No, Junior didn’t win. But he finished fourth and moved to third in points, as his dream season continues.
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4

Greg Biffle

1 2 1/12
As good as Roush Fenway Racing usually is at the Monster Mile, Biffle struggled to finish 11th, which was a disappointing result. He was off a little all weekend,
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5

Kevin Harvick

0 4 1/13
A great result for Harvick, who rallied from a bad pit stop to finish second to Johnson. It was Happy’s first top five since Auto Club Speedway.
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6

Denny Hamlin

2 5 1/12
Dover is usually Hamlin’s worst track and this time out was no exception, as he finished 18th.
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7

Martin Truex Jr.

0 1 3/13
On the one hand, seventh was a solid result for Truex. On the other, he was expected to be faster.
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8

Kyle Busch

1 2 3/17
At least Busch was fast before the engine let go in his Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota.
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9

Brad Keselowski

2 2 1/21
Not a great run for Keselowski, but a 12th-place result did no harm.
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10

Tony Stewart

2 2 1/15
Those two races Stewart won earlier this year suddenly seem like a very long time ago.
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11

Clint Bowyer

0 2 3/19
It was a nice day for Bowyer, who moves into the top 10 in points.
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12

Ryan Newman

1 2 6/22
After his 15th-place finish in Dover, Newman holds on to the final Chase spot for now.
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13

Kasey Kahne

1 2 2/22
For the first time in his career, Kahne has finished in the top 10 seven races in a row.
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14

Carl Edwards

0 4 4/19
Now out of the top 10, Edwards is suddenly looking vulnerable after his 26th-place finish at Dover.
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15

Aric Almirola

0 1 15/20
Wow, a great run for Almirola who finished sixth, his best since Homestead last year.
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16

Paul Menard

0 1 7/20
The Richard Childress Racing driver is relentlessly consistent, if not especially fast.
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17

Joey Logano

0 2 8/20
Although he faded a little late, Logano did well to finish eighth.
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18

Jeff Gordon

0 - 2/21
Best car in the field and a 13th-place finish. The story of Gordon’s year.
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19

Jeff Burton

0 2 4/21
A blown engine left Burton frustrated and disappointed.
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20

Mark Martin

0 - 10/20
Led 43 laps but finished 14th.
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