The boys of NASCAR traveled to the Irish Hills of Michigan this weekend for the Pure Michigan 400 at the Michigan International Speedway.
The two-mile D-shaped oval was kind to the Blue Oval as well as the hometown boy and a few others, including the winner at Michigan back in June, Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Unfortunately, the long straightaways took their toll on more than a few engines and the wide, sweeping turns sparked a potentially new rivalry involving a couple of Hendrick Motorsports teammates.
The face atop the rankings changes this week, as do 16 of the 20 positions after a big shakeup in this week's edition of NASCAR Power Rankings.
Who moved up and who moved down after Sunday's race at Michigan? We've got you covered!