Matt Kenseth is this week’s biggest mover and takes over the NASCAR Power Rankings lead after finishing in the top five for the fourth time in the last five races.

Greg Biffle moves up a spot to second place as Dale Earnhardt Jr. slips back to third position.  Jimmie Johnson falls from the lead to fourth place and Denny Hamlin remains in fifth.

Talladega winner Brad Kaselowski moves up three spots to eighth and joins Matt Kenseth on the biggest mover list.  Jeff Burton and Kyle Busch also had strong weeks.

Meanwhile, Juan Pablo Montoya falls four spots and is this week’s biggest loser.  The aforementioned Jimmie Johnson also lands on the list of biggest losers, along with Kevin Harvick and Tony Stewart.

The Wife Hates NASCAR Power Rankings

After Week 10 – Talladega

Note: Only includes full-time drivers



Brad Keselowski nears the finish line at Talladega

The Wife Hates Sports has vowed to get more involved with NASCAR, and that’s why I am proud to introduce Bill Schneider, who will present his NASCAR power ratings on a weekly basis.  I know you will see his ratings system as unique and different than the rest.  He also infuses stats and involves recent results during the NASCAR season. – Kevin Paul

Write-up by Kevin Paul | Rankings by Bill Schneider