Jimmie Johnson certainly looks like a man about to win his sixth Sprint Cup Series championship. He gets bonus points for putting a llittle (Ric) Flair into it in Ryan McGee's Power Rankings.
It has been a back-and-forth season -- and particularly in the Chase -- between Jimmie Johnson and Matt Kenseth, but JJ showed at Texas why he's the top man in Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
They're tied at the top in the Sprint Cup standings, but which Chase front-runner -- Matt Kenseth or Jimmie Johnson -- gets the nod in Ryan McGee's weekly Power Rankings?
Uh-oh. Jimmie Johnson has the points lead heading to Chase race No. 7 at Martinsville. That's bad news for any championship contender not named Jimmie Johnson.
It seems as if Matt Kenseth is a threat to win every time he climbs into his car this season. The same held true at Charlotte, and that's why he's the driver to beat in Ryan McGee's Power Rankings.
Matt Kenseth is the season's first three-time winner in the Sprint Cup Series. Oh, he's also the driver to beat in Ryan McGee's weekly Power Rankings.
Tempers are flaring. Cars are upside down. And Five-Time is hammering out top-10 finishes like a GM assembly line. Oh, and solidifying his spot atop our Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
In light of the Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon bumping that went on in Texas on Monday, Ryan McGee looks at the greatest team member rivalries in NASCAR history.
Ryan McGee applies some advanced statistical analysis to the field to see who'll come out on top at Phoenix International Raceway.
Dr. Racy Ryan returns to answer your pressing questions about all things NASCAR related, from Juan Pablo Montoya's slump to how to get rid of your daughter's crush on Kasey Kahne.
In honor of Jimmie Johnson's blazing start this year, Ryan McGee details the hottest starts in NASCAR history.
Dr. Racy answers all your questions and racing predicaments.
The idea of the black No. 3 returning to Daytona had prompted a mixed reaction from race fans, but when it actually happened on Wednesday night everyone was in agreement.
With only 33 winners in history (and 2,197 losers) the Daytona 500 is one of the most elusive victories in NASCAR. Ryan McGee talks to the drivers who were thisclose to a Daytona win but never made it to victory lane.
Why is there still so much fury surrounding Tony Eury, plus remembering Brett Favre's stint as a NASCAR player.