Some big-names in NASCAR have yet to find their groove in 2015. Here's a list of five drivers who really need to get going.
The top four remain intact, but there was plenty of movement behind them after the race at Auto Club on Sunday.
The Auto Club gave fans yet another thrilling finish on Sunday, but that finish wouldn't have occurred if NASCAR had chosen to throw a caution flag on the final lap.
Kevin Harvick's run of seven consecutive top-two finishes is approaching absurdity, but while he remains entrenched at the top there are comers and goers behind him.
Kevin Harvick has to remain at the top, but there were some serious shakeups throughout this week's NASCAR power rankings.
Martin Truex Jr., A.J. Allmendinger and even Casey Mears have shown major improvement in 2015.
Kevin Harvick picked up his third win in five races dating back to last season on Sunday, but it was just more proof that he has emerged as the dominant face of the sport.
How did your favorite drivers fare in this week's power rankings?
After struggling in 2014, Martin Truex Jr. has been impressive in the first two races of this season.
After last week's debacle at Daytona, qualifying was an even bigger issue at Atlanta with several cars not being permitted to make a single lap. What's going on here?