The All-Motorsport Power Rankings: Week Five
Jeremy Lusk, Freestyle Motorcross rider, who died last week following a crash at an event in Costa Rica.
You'll probably be glad to know that neither Brian Vickers or Dale Earnhardt Jr make an appearance this week, although many of their NASCAR brethrin make the list.
Now, on with the rankings. Sorry for the delay but I have repaid you with new improved spangliness.
15 Joey Logano (NASCAR)
14 Danica Patrick (Indycar)
13 Robert Doornbos (Indycar)
Last week he got a NHL ride with backing from ING. This week ING pull out of the Renault F1 team.
Be afraid, be very afraid.
12 Renault F1 (F1)
11 Scott Riggs (NASCAR)
10 David Brabham (ALMS)
9 Kimi Raikkonen (F1)
8 Elliott Sadler (NASCAR)
7 Henning Solberg (WRC)
6 Kevin Harvick (NASCAR)
After a comment on FOX proclaiming Harvick the king of “where the hell did he come from” I fully expect a titanic power struggle between he and Matt Kenseth for that title......
5 Matt Kenseth (NASCAR)
...a struggle in which Kenseth won the opening battle, and I know he won the race, but when you are that boring and only lead one lap you only get fifth in the rankings.
4 Mikko Hirvonen (WRC)
Mikko should go to Elliott Sadler’s world, I doubt there are any Frenchmen there.
3 Tony Stewart (NASCAR)
What does this man have to do to win the Daytona 500. He brings a pretty much brand new team in, which gets through 5 cars in the week, then gets stopped in his tracks by rain. Next week: Tony’s World.
2 A.J. Allmendinger (NASCAR)
1 Sebastien Loeb (WRC)
Seb’s postcard from Norway.
C’est Froid en Norway!
Citroen est sur-chiens!? We tell une pork-pie!
Citroen est No.1!!