Greg Biffle found the ruby slippers in Kansas, using a win in the Price Chopper 400 to assert himself and his Roush Fenway Racing team as contenders in this year's Chase for the Sprint Cup. With seven races left in the Chase, Biffle now sits a mere 85 points out of first place.
Biffle is now one of seven drivers within 100 points of new standings leader Jimmie Johnson. Meanwhile, Tony Stewart, on the edge of the top 10, is only 127 points out, making this one of the closest Chase fields in years.
The Sprint Cup Series now heads to the Auto Club Speedway for the Pepsi Max 400. After Kansas, the standings have been shaken up quite a bit, and some faces are in different places in these power rankings. So who's hot and who's not going into California? Read on: