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Jimmie Johnson

A second consecutive win sends Jimmie Johnson to the top spot in Pete Pistone's Power Rankings.

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Jimmie Johnson scored his second consecutive win Sunday in the FedEx 400 Benefiting Autism Speaks at Dover and roared to the top of this week's Power Rankings:

1. Jimmie Johnson: Two weeks and two dominating performances in a row have quieted all the "what's wrong with the 48 talk?"

Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 109.3
Point Standings: 4th
Previous Ranking: 3rd

2. Kevin Harvick: Had a car capable of challenging for another win Sunday in Dover until a broken valve stem sent Harvick to pit road and out of contention.

Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 106.8
Point Standings: 12th
Previous Ranking: 1st

3. Matt Kenseth: Still searching for his first win of the season but had a strong car in Dover and kept it near the front of the field most of the afternoon.

Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 100.6
Point Standings: 1st
Previous Ranking: 7th

4. Brad Keselowski: Started from the pole after another solid qualifying effort for Team Penske. He had a car that was very strong but not just quite good enough to challenge for the win.

Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 100.5
Point Standings: 8th
Previous Ranking: 9th

5. Kyle Busch: Started off the weekend with a pair of wins in the Truck Series and Nationwide Series but his three-peat hopes were over early Sunday when he made contact with Clint Bowyer and then the wall.

Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 98.7
Point Standings: 7th
Previous Ranking: 6th

6. Jeff Gordon: He was up to second in the middle portion of Sunday's race in Dover but faded at the end and came home 15th.

Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 106.1
Point Standings: 2nd
Previous Ranking: 2nd

7. Dale Earnhardt Jr.: Wasn't able to match his Dover performance of last September when he challenged teammate Jimmie Johnson for the win but came home with a top-10 finish Sunday.

Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 99.7
Point Standings: 5th
Previous Ranking: 8th

8. Joey Logano: Up-and-down day in Dover.

Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 106.4
Point Standings: 6th
Previous Ranking: 5th

9. Carl Edwards: The struggles of the Roush Fenway Racing camp were many Sunday with Edwards’ 14th-place finish the highlight of the organization's day.

Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 87.9
Point Standings: 3rd
Previous Ranking: 4th

10. Denny Hamlin: Came back from a pit road speeding penalty to score a top-five finish at a track that has not been very good to him over the years.

Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 92.0
Point Standings: 9th
Previous Ranking: NR

Dropped Out: Brian Vickers

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