Posted on: June 23, 2008 6:30 am
Edited on: June 24, 2008 8:42 pm
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Power Rankings: After Infineon

No more exams! Yes!

 

 


1. Kyle Busch (Last Week: 1st)
Kyle Busch 5 wins says it all. Also his 10 top 5s is 3 more then anyone else.
2. Carl Edwards (Last Week: 3rd)
Carl Edwards He hasn't finished out of the top 10 since talladega ( 7 top 10s in the row)
3. Dale Earnhardt Jr. (Last Week: 2nd)
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Just missed the top 10 this week. He is now only 49 points (unofficially) behind Burton.
4.  Jeff Burton (Last Week: 4th)
 Jeff Burton Back to back non-top 10s. This guy is starting to slow down.
5.  Jeff Gordon (Last Week: 8th)
Jeff Gordon This guy has come a long way since his disasterous first half of the season. He is now 6th in the standings, 41 points behind his teammate in the 48.
6.Jimmie Johnson (Last Week: 5th)
Jimmie Johnson
7. Kasey Kahne (Last Week: 6th)
Kasey Kahne
8. Greg Biffle  (Last Week: 9th)
Greg Biffle
9.Matt Kenseth  (Last Week: 12th)
Matt Kenseth 6 top 10s in the row got him up to 12th.
10. Clint Bowyer  (Last Week: 12th)
Clint Bowyer
11. Denny Hamlin  (Last Week: 7th)
Denny Hamlin He only has two top 10s since talladega.
12. Tony Stewart  (Last Week: 10th)
Tony Stewart
13.  Brian Vickers (Last Week: 15th)
Brian Vickers Up another spot to 15th in the standings.
14. David Ragan (Last Week: 13th)
David Ragan I couldn't decide who I wanted to place here. Harvick hasnt' been running well. Newman did get a top 10 this week but the week before he didnt do to good, so I went with Ragan. He has been runing fairly decent and is only 47 points out of 12th.
15. Ryan Newman (Last Week: 18th)
Ryan Newman First top 10 since richmond.
16. Juan Pablo Montoya (Last Week: Just Missed)
Juan Pablo Montoya 2nd top 10 of the season moves him up to 19th in the standings.
17.  Kevin Harvick  (Last Week: 11th)
Kevin Harvick Ok. Most of you will get on me for putting Harvick this low. Well, he hasnt had a top 10 since Richmond and a top 5 since Bristol. He only has two top 5s and five top 10s anyway, so not an overly great season, so far. Plus he is falling in the standings. He has droped down to 13th.
18.  Travis Kvapil (Last Week: 17th)
Travis Kvapil He has definitly slowed down, but still sits in 18th.
19.Martin Truex Jr. (Last Week: 16th)
Martin Truex Jr.
20. David Gilliland (Last Week: Just Missed)
David Gilliland Nice job David. Almost shocked the NASCAR world if he would have won.

Just Missed:
1. Jamie McMurray 
2. Mark Martin 
3. Kurt Busch 
4. Bobby Labonte 

 

 

Past Rankings:
After Michigan
After Pocono
After Dover
After Lowes
After Darlington
After Richmond
After Talladega
After Phoenix

 I know there will be some comments this week. I will be happy to answer any questions.

-edwardsfan99

Category: Auto Racing
Posted on: June 17, 2008 6:29 am
Edited on: June 19, 2008 4:07 pm
 

Power Rankings: After Michigan

I have exams all week, so it is going to be hard to finish these, but I will give it my best.


1. Kyle Busch (Last Week: 1st)
Kyle Busch 21st, but is still leading the standings
2. Dale Earnhardt Jr. (Last Week: 5th)
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Ok, Jr sure proved me wrong this week. Nice job team 88.
3. Carl Edwards (Last Week: 3rd)
Carl Edwards Both Carl and Jr have 11 top 10s; Leading all of NASCAR.
4. Jeff Burton (Last Week: 2nd)
 Jeff Burton Jeff's worst finish of the year, but it was still a 15th place finish.
5. Jimmie Johnson (Last Week: 6th)
Jimmie Johnson This guys coming back. He has 3 top 10 finishes in the row.
6.Kasey Kahne (Last Week: 7th)
Kasey Kahne Kahne is now in 7th in the standings. Its hard to bielieve he spent most of the season around 14th.
7.  .Denny Hamlin  (Last Week: 4th)
Denny Hamlin I had Denny way to high last week. He did finish 14th, but he lost a spot in the stanings to Jimmie.
8. Jeff Gordon (Last Week: 8th)
Jeff Gordon This weeks 18th is Jeffs worst finish since Talladega.
9.  Greg Biffle  (Last Week: 9th)
Greg Biffle
10.  Tony Stewart  (Last Week: 11th)
Tony Stewart First top 5 in a points race since Richmond.
11. Kevin Harvick  (Last Week: 10th)
Kevin Harvick 12th place. He stays 10th in the standings. The only sad part is he only has two top 5s and five top 10s. The fewest of any driver in the top 12.
12. . Matt Kenseth  ( Last Week: 13th)
Matt Kenseth Another great finish by Matt. He hasn't finished out of the top 7 since Richmond.
13.  David Ragan (Last Week: 13th)
David Ragan 10 points behind Clint for 12th
14. Clint Bowyer  (Last Week: 12th)
Clint Bowyer Hasn't had a decent finish since his win at Richmond.
15. Brian Vickers (Last Week: 16th)
Brian Vickers Back-to-back top 5s have him up to 16th in the standings
16. Martin Truex Jr. (Last Week: 17th)
Martin Truex Jr. 
17. Travis Kvapil (Last Week: 18th)
Travis Kvapil
18. Ryan Newman (Last Week: 15th)
Ryan Newman Hasn't had a top 10 since Richmond and he hasn't had a top 5 since Texas.
19. Jamie McMurray (Last Week: Just Missed)
Jamie McMurray 2 out of the last 3 races were top 10s for Jamie.
20. Kurt Busch (Last Week: Just Missed)
Kurt Busch Sure his finishes hasn't been really great, but he has moved up to 19th in the standings.

Just Missed:
Mark Martin 
Bobby Labonte 
David Gilliland
Juan Pablo Montoya

Past Rankings:
After Pocono
After Dover
After Lowes
After Darlington
After Richmond
After Talladega
After Phoenix

Any Comments? Questions?

Category: Auto Racing
Posted on: June 9, 2008 6:28 am
Edited on: June 12, 2008 6:31 am
 

Power Rankings: After Pocono

For the most part it was a pretty boring race. Since kyle crashed Jeff Burton now only trails Kyle by 21 points.

Like I said in the comments section bellow. I have been pretty busy, so I didnt get a chance to comment on every driver. If you want to know why I placed a driver where I did just leave a comment bellow and I will try to get back to you.


1. Kyle Busch (Last Week: 1st)
Kyle Busch Everyone has to have a bad week sometime.
2. Jeff Burton (Last Week: 2nd)
Jeff Burton Jeff seems to be the only driver without a bad week. His finishes are as follows: 13,12,5,10,1,3,6,6,12,11,10,6,8,5. Pretty impressive.
3.. Carl Edwards (Last Week: 3rd)
Carl Edwards I dont have anything to say of the "Back fliping Menence". He finished 9th.
4. .Denny Hamlin  (Last Week: 7th)
Denny Hamlin
5.  Dale Earnhardt Jr. (Last Week: 4th)
Dale Earnhardt Jr.
6.Jimmie Johnson (Last Week: 9th)
Jimmie Johnson
7. Kasey Kahne (Last Week: 12th)
Kasey Kahne
8. Jeff Gordon (Last Week: 5th)
Jeff Gordon
9.  Greg Biffle  (Last Week: 6th)
Greg Biffle
10.  Kevin Harvick  (Last Week: 11th)
Kevin Harvick
11.  Tony Stewart  (Last Week: 10th)
Tony Stewart
12. Clint Bowyer  (Last Week: 8th)
Clint Bowyer He losed 6 spots in the standings in 2 weeks.
13. Matt Kenseth  ( Last Week: 14th)
Matt Kenseth
14.  David Ragan (Last Week: 13th)
David Ragan 7 points behind Tony for 12th.
15. Ryan Newman (Last Week: 15th)
Ryan Newman
16. Brian Vickers (Last Week: 20th)
Brian Vickers
17.  Martin Truex Jr. (Last Week: 16th)
Martin Truex Jr.
18.Travis Kvapil (Last Week: 18th)
Travis Kvapil
19. Mark Martin (Last Week: Just Missed)
Mark Martin
20.  Bobby Labonte (Last Week: 19th)
Bobby Labonte Just missed the top 10 again. He has 6 finishes this season between 11th and 13th.

Just Missed:
Juan Pablo Montoya
Kurt Busch
David Gilliland
Jamie McMurray

Past Rankings:
After Dover
After Lowes
After Darlington
After Richmond
After Talladega
After Phoenix

Any Comments? Questions?

 

 

Category: Auto Racing
Posted on: June 2, 2008 6:33 am
Edited on: June 4, 2008 5:27 pm
 

Power Rankings: After Dover

If you want to check out Roushfenwayguys rankings here is a link: http://www.sportsline.com/mcc/messa
ges/chrono/8605556.
Its a little bit harder this week because the wreck really moved around the top 10 in the standings.


1. Kyle Busch (Last Week: 1st)
Kyle Busch Don't need to say much for Kyle. His racing does the talking.
2.Jeff Burton (Last Week: 2nd)
Jeff Burton The guy only has one finish worse then 13th on the season.
3. Carl Edwards (Last Week: 4th)
Carl Edwards He only has one finish outside the top 10 since Bristol. Also this week he jumped to 4th in the standings.
4.  Dale Earnhardt Jr. (Last Week: 3rd)
Dale Earnhardt Jr. There was nothing Dale could do about the wreck; he had nowhere to go.
5.  Jeff Gordon (Last Week: 10th)
Jeff Gordon With his 3rd place finish and the low finish of Bower, Hamlin, Harvick and Stewert; He has jumped to 6th in the standings. Another intresting fact is that since Talladega, he has not finished outside the top 10.
6. Greg Biffle  (Last Week: 12th)
Greg Biffle With the wreck this week and Biffles back-to-back top 5 finishes he has jumped 6 spots in the standings to 5th.
7. .Denny Hamlin  (Last Week: 5th)
Denny Hamlin The wreck cost him 5 spots in the standings, but we are going to Pocono this week and if Denny does as good as he usually does then he should make up from Sunday.
8. Clint Bowyer  (Last Week: 6th)
Clint Bowyer Another guy that got caught up in the wreck causing him to finish 36th; lossing 3 spots in the standings.
9.  Jimmie Johnson (Last Week: 8th)
Jimmie Johnson Up to 7th in the standings with his top 10.
10. Tony Stewart  (Last Week: 7th)
Tony Stewart I thought Tony usually turns around after the Indy 500.
11. Kevin Harvick  (Last Week: 10th)
Kevin Harvick Lossed 3 spots in the standings because of that wreck.
12. Kasey Kahne (Last Week: 11th)
Kasey Kahne I guess he couldnt keep the mometum going.
13. David Ragan (Last Week: 13th)
David Ragan Only 8 points behind 12th.
14. Matt Kenseth  ( Last Week: 14th)
Matt Kenseth 3 top 10s in the row is slowly moving Matt back up.
15.  Ryan Newman (Last Week: 15th)
Ryan Newman He hasn't had a top 10 since richmond and has been sitting outside the chase for  a while now.
16.  Martin Truex Jr. (Last Week: 16th)
Martin Truex Jr. 6th place, his second highest finish of the season.
17.  Travis Kvapil (Last Week: 19th)
Travis Kvapil Just missed the top 10, but another great run for Kvapil.
18. Juan Pablo Montoya (Last Week: 18th)
Juan Pablo Montoya 12th place gave him his first decent run since his 2nd at Talladega.
19. Bobby Labonte (Last Week: 17th)
Bobby Labonte Labonte got his first non- top 20 finish since Talladega.
20. Brian Vickers (Last Week: Just Missed)
Brian Vickers He has been racing ok this season, but hasn't been consistant.

Just Missed:
Mark Martin
Kurt Busch
David Gilliland
Elliott Sadler

Past Rankings:
After Lowes
After Darlington
After Richmond
After Talladega
After Phoenix

Any Comments? Questions?


Category: Auto Racing
Posted on: May 28, 2008 6:32 am
Edited on: May 30, 2008 4:23 pm
 

Power Rankings: After Charlotte (Lowes)

Ok here is my rankings. Remember the all star race had no effect on them. Also I have been very busy with school since exams are coming up, so I might not have comments on everyone.

 

 


1. Kyle Busch (Last Week: 1st)
Kyle Busch Another top 5 gives him 8 on the season. 3 more then any other driver.
2.Jeff Burton (Last Week: 2nd)
Jeff Burton Still no finish worse then 13th and a top 10 makes him the only driver within 100 points of Kyle.
3. Dale Earnhardt Jr. (Last Week: 4th)
Dale Earnhardt Jr. 
4. Carl Edwards (Last Week: 5th)
Carl Edwards In the last 7 points races he has only finished outside the top 10 once. .
5.Denny Hamlin  (Last Week: 3rd)
Denny Hamlin 
6.Clint Bowyer  (Last Week: 7th)
Clint Bowyer He hasn't finished in the top 10 since his win at richmond(inclueding the all star race), but he is still 5th in the standings.
7. Tony Stewart  (Last Week: 8th)
Tony Stewart This is usually around the time Tony shines.
8. Jimmie Johnson (Last Week: 6th)
Jimmie Johnson
9. Kevin Harvick  (Last Week: 11th)
Kevin Harvick Last week people were saying that I needed to put Kevin higher, well now he is up to 7th in the standings, so yeah he deserves to be higher now.
10. Jeff Gordon (Last Week: 9th)
Jeff Gordon A top 5 finish now has him only 7 points back of catching his teammtate Jimmie Johnson.
11. Kasey Kahne (Last Week: 14th)
Kasey Kahne His first win since September 06 moved him into the top 12
12. Greg Biffle  (Last Week: 11th)
Greg Biffle
13. David Ragan (Last Week: 10th)
David Ragan I guess I had him a little high last week but he did finish 12th this week.
14.   Matt Kenseth  ( Last Week: 19th)
Matt Kenseth Ok Roushguy you got your wish. But not because you asked. I put him there becasue his 7th place finish jumped him 4 spots in the standings to 16th.
15. .  Ryan Newman (Last Week: 13th)
Ryan Newman
16. .  Martin Truex Jr. (Last Week: 15th)
Martin Truex Jr.
17. Bobby Labonte (Last Week: 20th)
Bobby Labonte Just missed the top 10 again with an 11th. He has had two 11th place finishes this season and three 12ths.
18.  Juan Pablo Montoya (Last Week: 17th)
Juan Pablo Montoya
19. Travis Kvapil (Last Week: 16th)
Travis Kvapil Ok so he can't have a miricle run every week, but he is still in the top 20 in the standings
20. Mark Martin ( Last Week: Just Missed)
Mark Martin For only racing in 9 races he is having one really good season.

 

Just missed:
Brian Vickers
Kurt Busch
David Gilliland
Elliott Sadler

Past Rankings:
After Darlington
After Richmond
After Talladega
After Phoenix

Any Comments? Questions?

 

Category: Auto Racing
Posted on: May 12, 2008 7:40 pm
Edited on: May 13, 2008 5:51 pm
 

NASCAR Power Rankings: After Darlington

Nice Race at Darlington. The top 5 in my rankings stayed the same and the rest didn't change a whole lot.

 


1. Kyle Busch (Last Week: 1st)
Kyle Busch He won his third race of the season and leads the standings of course he is number 1.   
2.Jeff Burton (Last Week: 2nd)
Jeff Burton Another top 10. Only one win, but his worst finish is 13th and 2nd in the standings.
3. .Denny Hamlin  (Last Week: 3rd)
Denny Hamlin  A top 10 finish gives him 7 on the season and makes up for the 24th last week.  He also moved up to 4th in the standings.
4.  Dale Earnhardt Jr. (Last Week: 4th)
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Another top 5 that makes 5 on the season, but still no win. Good news is that he is sitting confortabbly in 3rd in the standings.
5. Carl Edwards (Last Week: 5th)
Carl Edwards The second place finish moved him up to 7th in the standings.
6. Jimmie Johnson (Last Week: 7th)
Jimmie Johnson Slowly Jimmie is on the way back to the top. This weeks 13th moved him up to 6th in the standings.
7. Clint Bowyer  (Last Week: 6th)
Clint Bowyer Ok, so he couldn't back up last weeks win at Richmond, but he still finished an ok 15th and he is still 5th in the standings.
8.Tony Stewart  (Last Week: 8th)
Tony Stewart A 21st place finish keeps him 8th in the standings.
9.Jeff Gordon (Last Week: 12th)
Jeff Gordon This weeks top 5 moved him back into the top 12. Nice job Jeff.
10.David Ragan (Last Week: 15th)
David Ragan A 5th place finish moved him up to 12th in the standings. Ragan has been a plesent surprise this year.
11. Kevin Harvick  (Last Week: 9th)
Kevin Harvick He has only one top 10 since Bristol and this weeks 39th doesnt help.
12. Greg Biffle  (Last Week: 11th)
Greg Biffle He difinitly had the best car. Too bad for the tire. Plus I had in him in the "pick 3 league" and in most of my other leagues.
13.  Ryan Newman (Last Week: 10th)
Ryan Newman A 37th finish moved him out of the top 12.
14. . Kasey Kahne (Last Week: 13th)
Kasey Kahne Not much to say about Kahne. He finished 22nd and is 14th in the standings.
15.  Martin Truex Jr. (Last Week: 14th)
Martin Truex Jr. Solid 14th place keeps the Bass Pro team 15th.
16.Travis Kvapil (Last Week: 16th)
Travis Kvapil Another solid finish from Travis. When will he get a full time sponser?
17.  Juan Pablo Montoya (Last Week: 17th)
Juan Pablo Montoya  He has only had one decent run all season and that was two weeks ago at Talladega. Since then he has finished 32nd and 23rd.
18. Brian Vickers (Last Week: 18th)
Brian Vickers Since his 5th place finish in Talladega he has two finishes between 25-30. But he is still 17th in the standings.
19. Matt Kenseth  ( Last Week: 20th)
Matt Kenseth Matt just missed out on his second top 5 finish on the season, but he did get his first top 10 since texas.
20. Bobby Labonte (Last Week: 19th)
Bobby Labonte Only has led 4 laps this season and doesn't have a finish better then 11th, but otherwise he was been decent. He is 19th in the standings and only has two finishs worse then 25th.

 

Just Missed:

Kurt Busch
David Gilliland
Mark Martin
Jamie McMurray

No Rankings next week because of the all star race (which I cant watch because I dont have speed), I will continue after the Coca-Cola 600, but in the meantime; Go Carl.

Past Rankings:
After Richmond
After Talladega
After Phoenix

Any Comments? Questions?

Category: Auto Racing
Posted on: May 5, 2008 4:51 pm
Edited on: May 8, 2008 6:34 am
 

NASCAR Power Rankings: After Richmond

Well, that sure was an intresting race under the lights. Carl rebounded from his tough finish in Talladega with a 7th place finish. Jr. 's lossing streak continues and Matt Kentseth's strugles continues

 1. Kyle Busch (Last Week: 1)
Kyle Busch I really don't believe that the wreck was anyone's fault. Kyle came in really hot and Jr. got loose. I do believe that Kyle could have backed off a little bit. Anyway, he got a second place finish and therefore deserves the number one spot. And oh yeah, he is now first in the standings.


2.Jeff Burton (Last Week: 2)
Jeff Burton Wow! Jeff is just amazing this year. His worst finish is 13th.
3.Denny Hamlin  (Last Week: 5th)
Denny Hamlin He should have won the race. It was clear he had the best car. But there is nothing you can do about a tire going down
4. Dale Earnhardt Jr. (Last Week: 3)
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Even though Kyle spun him and his winless drought continues he came back for a 15th finish.
5. Carl Edwards (Last Week: 4)
Carl Edwards The top 10 finish helps him overcome what happened at Talladega,
6. Clint Bowyer  (Last Week: 7th)
Clint Bowyer Nice job Clint with the win. This guy has not finished out of the Top 10 since Las Vagas.
7.  Jimmie Johnson (Last Week: 6th)
Jimmie Johnson Jimmie hasn't been has dominent has he has been in the past few years and the 30th at Richmond doesn't help. But overall he is 7th in the standings and does have a win.
8.  Tony Stewart  (Last Week: 8th)
Tony Stewart Rebounding nicely from a 38th at Talladega to a 4th at Richmond
9.Kevin Harvick  (Last Week: 9th)
Kevin Harvick Another top 10. And besides Burton, Harvick has got to be the most consistent driver. (5 top 10s and only two finishes out of the
10. Ryan Newman (Last Week: 11th)
Ryan Newman A 6th place finish gives him back-to-back top 10s
11. Greg Biffle  (Last Week: 10th)
Greg Biffle He has been having a really good season. 5 Top 10s and 0 DNFs. Plus he is 9th in the standings
12.  Jeff Gordon (Last Week: 12th)
Jeff Gordon He's coming back. Richmond was his 4th top 10 of the year.
13. Kasey Kahne (Last Week: 15th)
Kasey Kahne Another top 10, but still no top 5s.
14.  Martin Truex Jr. (Last Week: 17th)
Martin Truex Jr. A top 5 this week and he is up to 15th in the standings.
15. David Ragan (Last Week: 16th)
David Ragan 14th in the standings, but only a mediocore 17th finish at Richmond.
16.Travis Kvapil (Last Week: 19th)
Travis Kvapil This guy is up to 19th in the stadnings. I wouldn't be surprised if he made it into the top 12 by the end of the season.
17. Juan Pablo Montoya (Last Week: 16th)
Juan Pablo Montoya Yeah, I know he should be a little higher, but I couldnt figure out where to tie him in. He did get the 2nd place in Talladega, but he failed to back it up in Richmond finishing 32nd. .
18. Brian Vickers (Last Week: 14th)
Brian Vickers He losed a spot in the standings after finishing 28th.
19. Bobby Labonte (Last Week: Not Ranked)
Bobby Labonte Pretty decent season for Labonte so far. He is yet to have a top 10, but has no DNFs and 4 Top 15s.
20.  Matt Kenseth  ( Last Week: 18h)
Matt Kenseth Matts struggles continues. This weeks 38th place finish gave him 3 stright weeks of 38th or worse.

 

Just Missed

Paul Menard
Elliott Sadler
David Gilliland 
Casey Mears

Another week done. Darlington this week guys. Can't wait.

Past weeks:
After Talladega
After Phoenix

 

 

Category: Auto Racing
Tags: NASCAR
 
Posted on: April 29, 2008 8:24 pm
 

NASCAR Power Rankings: After Talladega

Wow what a race that was at Talladega. That has really mixed up my power rankings for this week. I dont really have a lot of time, so I might not have a lot of comments. If you want to know why I placed a guy where I did just post or If you have any other comments, negetive or postivie don't be afraid to post.

1. Kyle Busch (Last Week: 4)
Kyle Busch The win this week at Talladega proves that this guy can do just about anything and oh yeah he is second in the standings


2. Jeff Burton (Last Week: 2)
Jeff Burton Another decent finish at 12th keeps him first in the standings

3. Dale Earnhardt Jr. (Last Week: 3)
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Looked like he was going to win till he got caught up in the wreck, but he came back to finish 10th , so nice job Jr.
4. Carl Edwards (Last Week: 1)
Carl Edwards Bad luck for Carl moves him down to 10th in the standings, but the 3 wins keeps him pretty high in my power rankings
5. Denny Hamlin  (Last Week: 8th)
Denny Hamlin This guy keeps getting better and better. A solid 3rd place this week moved him from 6th to 4th in the standings. Also in the 4 starts he has at richmond he has 3 top 10s and has never finished worst then 15th.
6. Jimmie Johnson (Last Week: 5th)
Jimmie Johnson Nothing really to say. 13th and 5th in the standings, but he has been staying relitively quit this season.
7. Clint Bowyer  (Last Week: 10th)
Clint Bowyer What happened to his face in this photo?
8. Tony Stewart  (Last Week: 7th)
Tony Stewart Not much to say, he was going to have a solid finish till one of those final wrecks, but he still is 9th in the standings.
9. Kevin Harvick  (Last Week: 6th)
Kevin Harvick 4 top 10s and has only finished outside the top 10 once.
10. Greg Biffle  (Last Week: 9th)
Greg Biffle 5 top 10s and I believe the only Roush guy without a DNF.
11. Ryan Newman (Last Week: 11th)
Ryan Newman Another top 10. Wow! cant think of anything else about newman. Anyone have any thoughts on our Daytona winner?
12. Jeff Gordon (Last Week: 13th)
Jeff Gordon He is starting to come back, but I was hoping for a little better finish then 19th. (I picked him as my dark horse in the "pick 3 league" and I had him at least one other league)
13. Juan Pablo Montoya (Last Week: 16th)
Juan Pablo Montoya Wow, I dont think anyone excpected Montoya to finish 2nd this weekend, that sure was a surprise.
14. Brian Vickers (Last Week: 20th)
Brian Vickers This guy continues to amaze me. He moved up 3 spots in the standings to 16th this week with that top 5 finish
15. Kasey Kahne (Last Week: 12th)
Kasey Kahne Wow! I have nothing to say for Kahne ether?
16. David Ragan (Last Week: Just missed)
David Ragan I was shocked this guy could finish in the top 5 . He is a sophmore for pete sake!
17. Martin Truex Jr. (Last Week: 15th)
Martin Truex Jr. He has one top 10 since California and a 37th place finish at Talladega didnt help
18. Matt Kenseth  ( Last Week: 14th)
Matt Kenseth This guy's year cant get much worse. Another 30+ finish. I cant believe it! That makes 4.
19. Travis Kvapil (Last Week: Just Missed)
Travis Kvapil Wow! This guy is for real. Nice job to the 28 team on a 6th place finish plus he is up to 23rd in the standings with 2 top 10s.
20. David Gilliland (Last Week: Just missed)
David Gilliland 18th in the standings and 15th this past week. Yates has really figured something out

 

Just Missed:
Kurt Busch
Paul Menard
Casey Mears
Elliott Sadler

Last Weeks Rankings: http://www.sportsline.com/mcc/blogs
/entry/5824085/7819278

Wow! another week is in the books, cant wait till racing under the lights at richmond. Dont forgot to feel free to post comments.

-edwardsfan



Category: Auto Racing
Tags: NASCAR
 
 
 
 
 
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