After his Daytona 500 win, Joey Logano is the biggest mover this week while Clint Bowyer and Kasey Kahne make their debuts in the list, replacing Kyle Busch and Kyle Larson.
One man's disaster is another's opportunity, and in Kurt Busch's abscence, Regan Smith has been given a critical second chance to audition for a full-time ride.
Ford may have swept all three NASCAR races at Daytona, but Hendrick Motorsports and Chevrolet will look to regain dominance at Atlanta Motor Speedway. And there's plenty of reason to think they will.
Just a couple of seasons ago, Joey Logano looked to be a bust even in his early 20s. If last season put him on the map, his win in the Daytona 500 on Sunday established him among the sport's elite.
The top 10 NASCAR drivers will be ranked in a set of Power Rankings each week. Here is the first set of Power Rankings for the season.
Following Kurt Busch's indefinite suspension from NASCAR, Stewart-Haas Racing manufacturer, Chevrolet, has also cut ties with the 2004 Champion.
The Duel 150s, held Thursday before the Daytona 500, offer an exciting event unlike any other throughout the racing season.
Knockout qualifying is exciting, but it just doesn't work at restrictor-plate tracks. Yesterday's debacle should be enough to convince NASCAR to make some changes.
While Matt Kenseth didn't receive any points for winning Saturday's Sprint Unlimited, the victory could provide a shot of momentum to propel the No. 20 through the season.
Look for Tony Stewart to score a big win in NASCAR's first event of the season on Saturday.