Brad Keselowski led 75 of 267 laps at the Quaker State 400, winning for the second straight week and notching his fourth victory of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season.

Carl Edwards finished as the runner-up at Kentucky, followed by Ryan Newman, Kurt Busch and Tony Stewart.

With a season-high fourth trip to Victory Lane, Keselowski moves up to second place in the latest NASCAR Power Rankings at The Wife Hates Sports.

Kevin Harvick (9th at Kentucky) remains ahead of the pack, leading Keselowski by just two ratings points.  Kurt Busch moves up one spot to third place, followed by Carl Edwards in fourth and Kyle Busch in fifth.

Matt Kenseth is the biggest mover of the week, jumping three spots and returning to the top ten.  Jamie McMurray and Greg Biffle also had strong weeks, also jumping up three slots.

On the other side, Joey Logano falls four spots in the latest poll and is the biggest loser of the week.  Ricky Stenhouse Jr. also had a rough go, dropping three spots.

Next week, the NASCAR field heads to New Hampshire.

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Brad Keselowski leads the field at the Quaker State 400

Next Up: New Hampshire 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on July 17th at 1:30pm ET

2016 NASCAR Power Rankings: Week 18the-wife-hates-nascar-power-rankings-week-18-2016

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.