Several drivers have been knocking on the door of a win and a berth into the Chase all season. Matt Kenseth broke through on Sunday at Bristol, and these five others should be next.
After dropping last week, Jimmie Johnson shoots back up the power rankings with his second win of the season at Texas on Sunday.
Kurt Busch and Ryan Newman fell outside the top 10 this week, while Hendrick teammates Jimmie Johnson and Dale Earnhardt Jr. each fell back. However, the top three remain the same.
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.
Kevin Harvick has to remain at the top, but there were some serious shakeups throughout this week's NASCAR power rankings.
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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.
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.
While Saturday's Sprint Unlimited may be a non-points race, here's a look at five drivers who need to get off to a good start in 2015.