Thirteen races into the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, it's a jumble at the top of the point standings and, therefore, in the latest edition of Power Rankings.
Should points leader Jimmie Johnson be a shoo-in at the top? Or what about Matt Kenseth, who owns a series-high three race victories even if he's only fourth in the points? There are others on the move, too, like Kevin Harvick, who hardly has been floundering like a lame duck in his final season with Richard Childress Racing.
Yes, there is a new leader in the Power Rankings clubhouse, which also includes two new faces in place of two old ones. Taking into account not just who's winning races or earning the most points, but momentum, recent results and the total team efficiency of drivers, pit crews and crew chiefs alike, just read on and the whole picture will soon come into sensible focus.