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NASCAR Power Rankings Week 14

Tom Jensen, SPEED.com

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Posted June 02, 2013 09:03 PM EDT

Kevin Harvick came on strong at the end to win his second Coca-Cola 600 in the last three years, but it’s Jimmie Johnson who holds onto the top spot in the FOXSports.com/SPEED.com Power Rankings for this week.

This week's list:

+9

Truex Jr.

-7

Busch

FOX SPORTS NASCAR POWER RANKINGS

RK DRIVER WINS CHANGE HIGH/LOW COMMENTS
1

Jimmie Johnson

3 - 1/7
After winning the Sprint All-Star Race, finishing 22nd in the Coca-Cola 600 was a huge disappointment for Johnson.
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2

Matt Kenseth

3 - 1/9
As usual, Kenseth led a bunch of laps, but he got caught up in a late-race crash and finished 15th.
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3

Kasey Kahne

1 3 2/15
For most of the weekend, Kahne had the dominant car, finishing second on a 1.5-mile track for the third time this year .
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4

Kevin Harvick

1 4 1/15
Two wins in the last four races for the not-so-lame duck driver from Richard Childress Racing.
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5

Carl Edwards

1 - 1/19
Although he finished a respectable 11th, at no point was Edwards really a serious contender to win.
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6

Clint Bowyer

0 3 2/15
Another top-10 finish for Bowyer, who is quietly putting together a very good season.
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7

Denny Hamlin

0 - 1/19
He was not the fastest of the Joe Gibbs Racing cars, but Hamlin finished better than both his teammates.
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8

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

0 4 1/14
What can you say? Earnhardt and Kyle Busch both blew up on the same lap, enduring ugly endings to their respective races.
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9

Kurt Busch

0 1 2/19
From the time he rolled off the trailer on Thursday, the elder Busch was bad fast.
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10

Kyle Busch

2 7 1/16
Wow. An engine failure strikes Busch again, as he falls out of the top 10 in points. This could be a bad omen after a promising start to the season.
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11

Martin Truex Jr.

0 9 9/20
With a ninth-place finish, Truex moved into the top 10 in points for the first time all season.
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12

Joey Logano

0 1 3/19
Fifth place was a good night for Logano, who has the best average finish at CMS of any active driver.
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13

Paul Menard

0 6 9/20
A curious stat: Menard finished 13th in the race, but picked up three positions in the points.
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14

Ryan Newman

0 1 7/20
A sixth-place finish was Newman’s best result since the season-opening Daytona 500.
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15

Brad Keselowski

0 1 1/16
Contact with Danica Patrick put Keselowski into the wall, en route to a 36th-place finish.
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16

Jamie McMurray

0 - 11/18
A top-20 finish for McMurray, but overall not a strong night for the driver.
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17

Jeff Gordon

0 5 3/18
The scariest impact of the night belonged to Gordon, who hit where there was no SAFER barrier.
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18

Greg Biffle

0 5 4/18
Tough night for Biffle, who wrecked in the engine oil let go by Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s car.
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19

Aric Almirola

0 1 8/20
Contact with Mark Martin resulted in Almirola being involved in the same hard wreck that took Gordon out.
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20

Tony Stewart

0 - 1/20
The best finish of the season for Stewart, who finished seventh. Will he get hot soon?
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