1 Martin Truex Jr. (LW 2)
Just like last year, he dominated the 600. Unlike last year he didn’t take the checker flag. This dude leads all drivers with 16 playoff points and is the current 1 seed in the playoff standings. Martin is not going away anytime soon. He’s got a nice little history with Dover too!
2 Brad Keselowski (LW 1)
It’s fun when Brad has a Facebook Live and feud with Kyle Busch in the same day. I just wish he would complete the full race first.
3 Kyle Larson (LW 3)
I’m so sorry. This week was all my fault, Kyle. I won’t pick you to win for awhile.
4 Kevin Harvick (LW 4)
Alright, Kevin. It’s time to become a first-time Ford race winner. That’s the only thing left on the 2017 resume.
5 Jimmie Johnson (LW 6)
If Jimmie wins Dover, he’s going to the top of the rankings. I’m just warning you. He is the real Dover Monster.
6 Kyle Busch (LW 7)
Rowdy is slowly climbing. His All-Star win was a nice escape but another close call at the 600 had KB bumming again. Wins are coming.
7 Jamie McMurray (LW 5)
I don’t feel good about moving Jamie Mac down two spots. This is not taking away from his great season. He needs a win but his consistency should be noted.
8 Chase Elliott (LW 8)
It was a rough week for the some of our Power Ranking main stays. The Brad/Chase crash really bummed out The SuperSpeedway team, as race fans. It’s too early in the race to lose two big hitters.
9 Joey Logano (LW 9)
Joey is sitting 14th in the playoff standings. The way the Penske cars seems to be sliding, that encumbered win could be really costly.
10 Denny Hamlin (LW NR)
Denny takes back the 10th spot from Ryan Blaney. The way these guys are going, they will be wrestling for this spot for awhile.
Austin Dillon, Ryan Blaney, Kurt Busch, The Dover Monster