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A busy week of racing across the country produced several exciting finishes. Whose success on the track vaulted them in the SPEED SPORT Power Rankings?

Larson Ready To Be ‘The Next Big Thing’

Doctors have recommended that Kyle Larson skip Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race in Martinsville after he fainted Saturday afternoon. (HHP/Alan Marler Photo)

Kyle Larson enters the 57th Daytona 500 as “The Next Big Thing” in NASCAR Sprint Cup. The driver for Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates is confident he can live up to those expectations.

Stewart Ready For Year Two With Johnston

Tony Stewart, right, prepares for his second season with crew chief Chad Johnston by aiming for his first Daytona 500 crown. (HHP/Andrew Coppley photo)

Tony Stewart began the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season with renewed vigor, and not even a black flag on Friday could dampen his spirits.

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Racing action began in earnest last weekend, with the UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions, World of Outlaws Late Model Series and Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series all beginning their 2015 seasons. Which drivers scored high enough marks to land a spot in the SPEED SPORT Power Rankings?

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It’s time for another edition of SPEED SPORT Power Rankings. Which drivers’ performances in the Rolex 24 and Monster Energy Supercross helped their cause?

‘Awesome Bill’ Knew His Way Around A Car

Bill Elliott won 11 races in 1985, earning the Winston Million in its first year. (Photo by ISC Archives via Getty Images)

Bill Elliott had a great crew behind him and fast cars beneath him when he won the Winston Million in 1985, but the man known as “Awesome Bill from Dawsonville” had another edge to which few modern drivers can relate.

Weatherly’s Legend Grows With Hall Induction

Joe Weatherly (NASCAR photo)

Fifty-one years and 11 days after Joe Weatherly made his final NASCAR premier series start, the man known as “Little Joe” was featured on NASCAR’s biggest stage Friday night.

White’s Story Is Stuff Of Legends

Rex White is the oldest living NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion, having won the title in 1960. (NASCAR Photo)

Over the years, NASCAR premier series champions have come in all shapes and sizes – tall, short, muscular and lean. The single constant? It’s impossible to judge a book by its cover.

Stewart Ends Sprint Car Battle For Ohio

Tony Stewart has purchased both the UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions and the Renegade Sprints, unifying both sprint car sanctioning bodies into one unified sprint car tour. (Mike Campbell Photo)

The battle for the state of Ohio is over. Eldora Speedway owner and three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Tony Stewart put an end to the dispute between the All Star Circuit of Champions and the Renegade Sprints, which threatened to fragment winged sprint car racing in the region, by purchasing both organizations.

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The 53rd annual Rolex 24 is now in the rear view mirror as racers and fans look ahead to Speedweeks in Florida. Who will be atop the SPEED SPORT Power Rankings as we enter the month of February?


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