Jimmie Johnson maintains a moderate NASCAR Power Rankings lead (nearly eleven ratings points) over Brad Keselowski after Kansas.  Denny Hamlin and Clint Bowyer remain in third and fourth, respectively.

Kasey Kahne rounds out the top five and is this week’s biggest mover.  Martin Truex Jr. Matt Kenseth and Paul Menard all also had strong weeks and gained ground on the field.

Kyle Busch falls four spots to ninth and is this week’s biggest loser.  Greg Biffle also lost four spots in the latest rankings after a difficult week.  Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Joey Logano also land on the list of biggest losers for the week.  Each only dropped a spot in the rankings, but lost significant ground.


Matt Kenseth celebrates his recent victory at Kansas Speedway

The Wife Hates NASCAR Power Rankings

After Week 32 – Kansas

Note: Only includes full-time drivers


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