Hands down, Brad Keselowski pieced together the most dominant race performance of the season.  Keselowski led 383 of the 400 laps at Richmond International Raceway, winning the race and earning the top seed in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.  The victory is Keselowski’s fourth of the season.  As a result, he moves up one spot (to fourth place) in the latest edition of NASCAR Power Rankings at The Wife Hates Sports.

Joey Logano, who finished in sixth place at Richmond, holds onto the ratings lead, creating some distance between him and Kevin Harvick, who remains in second.

Jeff Gordon, the runner-up at Richmond, remains in third place following the race.

The aforementioned Keselowski is in fourth, replacing Dale Earnhardt Jr., who falls to fifth.

Jamie McMurray and Ryan Newman each join this week’s top ten, following strong finishes over the weekend.

Brad Keselowski celebrates victory at Richmond

Brad Keselowski celebrates his victory at Richmond International Raceway over the weekend

Next up: MyAFibStory.com 400 at Chicagoland Speedway on Sunday September 14th

2014 NASCAR Power Rankings: Week 26

The Wife Hates NASCAR Power Rankings: 2014 Week 26

The Wife Hates Sports | Write-up by Kevin Paul | Rankings by Bill Schneider

Bill Schneider has pieced together a unique ratings system that differs from all the mainstream rankings.  Along with the data he uses, Bill includes and incorporates recent finishes.  He also ties in the big picture for the entire NASCAR season.