See what's coming this week to NASCAR.com Here's what you'll see on NASCAR.com this week: MONDAY: Can't get enough Coca-Cola 600 coverage? George Winkler and Kenny Bruce have you covered with extensive reporting on NASCAR's longest race. ... @nascarcasm dreams up what drivers would tweet to President Obama, now that he has a personal account on Twitter. TUESDAY: Look for Power Rankings presented by John Deere to get another shakeup this week. Who would you vote for No. 1? Make sure to tell us in the comments section. Senior writer Kenny Bruce takes a deep dive into what actually goes on during a rookie meeting, and how that has changed over time. Plus, check out @nascarcasm's always-hilarious photo recap of the Coca-Cola 600 WEDNESDAY: Check out which paint schemes will be on display at Dover International Speedway this weekend for the FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks . Plus, learn more about the history of Dover in our track photo gallery. High 5, which drops every Wednesday at noon ET, will bring some of the best NASCAR-related content from around the web. THURSDAY: It's a tripleheader at Dover, so trucks are on track for 145 minutes -- NASCAR.com has you covered with a live leaderboard. Senior writer Holly Cain will feature how Catwalk for a Cause has become so near and dear to Martin Truex Jr . Speaking of Truex, Dover is his home track, and we'll look back on his first career win at the 1-mile concrete oval. FRIDAY: There are six on-track events, and we'll cover them all, starting at 10 a.m. with XFINITY Series practice and culminating later in the evening with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race. We'll also have eight of the best tweets that you may have missed from the previous week. Also coming this week: We'll recap the entire Charlotte weekend in GIF form, a fun way to look back at the top moments from CMS ... Dover is known for its unique trophy -- check out it, along with some of the others from across the sport ... Kenny Bruce hits all the high notes from a technical perspective on Wednesday in Tech Talk ... Thursday's Driver Reports will forecast who should be favored at the Monster Mile.
See what's coming this week to NASCAR.com Here's what you'll see on NASCAR.com this week: MONDAY: Kevin Harvick couldn't quite catch Denny Hamlin in Saturday's All-Star Race. The Stewart-Haas Racing driver says he was not frustrated by finishing second, and looks ahead to the Coca-Cola 600 . ... @nascarcasm recaps the race in photos, as only he can, and Weekend in GIFs will allow you to relive the action in a fun way. TUESDAY: Power Rankings presented by John Deere got another shakeup this week -- yes, there's a new No. 1. Who do you think it is? Plus, check out Denny Hamlin 's imaginary Facebook page created by @nascarcasm. Senior writer Holly Cain features "Catwalk for a Cause," the annual charity event Martin Truex Jr . and girlfriend Sherry Pollex held last week. WEDNESDAY: Check out which paint schemes will be on display at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the Coca-Cola 600 . Plus, learn more about the history of CMS in our track photo gallery. And stay plugged in to NASCAR.com throughout the day as the Hall of Fame Class of 2016 is selected. THURSDAY: Cars are on track at Charlotte, and we'll have live leaderboards for you to follow. In honor of Throwback Thursday, we'll look back at Dale Earnhardt's first ever premier series win -- which came 40 years ago, at Charlotte. Brad Norman and George Winkler debate whether the annual 600-mile event needs to be shortened. FRIDAY: Coming out of the All-Star break, NASCAR.com presents some of its superlatives from the season so far. Also coming this week: Senior writer Kenny Bruce reports following his visit to the HScott Motorsports shop in Spartanburg, South Carolina ... the High Heel Dash (yes, you read that correctly) is Thursday, and we're previewing the event -- and who's in it -- on Tuesday ... High 5 (Wednesday) gives you some of the best NASCAR-related content from throughout the week, while Friday's Driver Reports clues you in on who has the best chance to win at Charlotte.
Stewart-Haas Racing driver rides third-place finish back into Power Rankings
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Victory pushes Kahne into this week's rankings , too
See what's coming this week to NASCAR.com Here's what you'll see on NASCAR.com this week: MONDAY: During the rain delay at Kansas, Dale Earnhardt Jr . said he was in "big trouble." See how the No. 88 team rallied for a top-five finish. And with the race in the rearview mirror, @nascarcasm offers his race recap -- in photos -- as only he can. TUESDAY: Expect Power Rankings presented by John Deere to get another shakeup this week -- will Jimmie Johnson rise to No. 1? Plus, check out 'Six-Time's' imaginary Facebook page created by @nascarcasm. NASCAR.com's Jessica Ruffin will explore the plan for some of Hendrick Motorsports ' pit crews for the first stand-alone event of the season, with the NASCAR XFINITY Series at Iowa Speedway . WEDNESDAY: Check out which paint schemes will be on display at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the Sprint All-Star Race. Plus, learn more about the history of CMS in our track photo gallery. THURSDAY: Trucks are on track at Charlotte, and we'll have live leaderboards for you to follow. In honor of Throwback Thursday, we'll look back to Jeff Gordon 's win in the 1992 All-Star race, plus take a historical look at the standings entering the All-Star Race during the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup era. FRIDAY: Get all the on-track action slated for Charlotte throughout the day and evening, including the Sprint Showdown practice, qualifying and race; All-Star Race practice; and Truck Series qualifying, and the race itself. Also coming this week: In Tech Talk, senior writer Kenny Bruce hits the high notes of a busy on-track week ... RJ Kraft and George Winkler will debate the All-Star Race format ... we'll look back on same of the best paint schemes in the history of the All-Star Race.
Jimmie Johnson overtakes Matt Kenseth in the standings and Power Rankings ; do you agree? Make your picks on the Fan Rankings tab!
Talladega produced some shakeups in this week's rankings ; do you agree?
As for brother Kyle, Kansas wasn't as good; Make your own picks on the Fan Rankings tab!
Every expert has a 1-2-3 of Kenseth-Johnson-Busch; Make your own picks on the Fan Rankings tab!