He's got three wins and the points lead. And plenty of swagger. Oh, and Dale Earnhardt Jr. also owns the top spot in Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
Five Brickyard 400 championships. Sprint Cup points leader. All-American dad. Can life get any better for Jeff Gordon? Yes, it can. This week he's the king of Ryan McGee's NASCAR Power Rankings.
Jimmie Johnson may not have won any of the three Cup races contested at Kentucky, but with the way he's run there, it's only a matter of time. That puts him atop Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
Jimmie Johnson is one bad episode on pit road away from likely being a winner in four straight races. That puts him atop Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is riding high in the Sprint Cup Series -- and in Ryan McGee's Father's Day edition of the Power Rankings.
Jimmie Johnson's summertime onslaught continues in the Sprint Cup Series -- and in Ryan McGee's Power Rankings.
Everyone was wondering when Jimmie Johnson would win a race this season. As we head to Dover, you have to wonder when he might stop, figures Ryan McGee's in his Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
Kevin Harvick has two wins and he put on a clinic for son Keelan -- and everyone else -- the previous time they raced at Kansas. That makes him No. 1 in Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
Joey Logano's been good all year, but he was really good at Richmond. He vaults to No. 1 in Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings with a late run to his second win.
It's surely a sign of the wins-mean-everything times in NASCAR when Kevin Harvick can go from unranked to No. 1 in Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings. But there you have it.
Jeff Gordon may not have a win yet, but consistency counts for something. It has him atop the standings and Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
One guy had a good car that won at Fontana. The other guy had a great car that didn't. How did the fortunes of Kyle Busch and Dale Earnhardt Jr. affect Ryan McGee's weekly Power Rankings?
The best thing about this new Chase system for drivers such as Brad Keselowski? Once you have a win, you have power. And giving up that power is awfully hard to do.
The 2012 Sprint Cup champion has returned to title-contending form after whiffing on the Chase in '13. That's bad news for any driver not named Brad Keselowski.
Was Matt Kenseth able to demoralize Jimmie Johnson by finishing one spot ahead of him at Charlotte? Maybe, but it was good enough for the No. 1 spot in our Sprint Cup Power Rankings.