Matt Kenseth's chances at winning this year's Sprint Cup may be slim to none after three underwhelming performances to start this year's Chase, but he's giving his Roush Fenway Racing crew plenty to smile about in his last season with the team.
Starting 12th and leading a race-high 78 laps, Kenseth scored his third win of the season in Sunday's Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway to rocket up our weekly power rankings. It was his second win of the Chase, after avoiding the carnage at Talladega two weeks ago to score the first.
Behind him, main championship contenders Brad Keselowski and Jimmie Johnson played to a draw, finishing eighth and ninth, respectively. Johnson led 44 laps to earn a bonus point, while Keselowski failed to do so, meaning the seven-point differential in the championship remains intact heading into next week's race at Martinsville.
So how did the caution-filled Kansas race affect our top 20 drivers in the series? Have a look: