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NASCAR Sprint Cup Power Rankings: Chasers Looking For Ruby Slippers In Kansas

Well, last weekend's AAA 400 at Dover just gave us more of the same, as Jimmie Johnson won what feels like his thousandth career race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup and appears ready for a fifth consecutive championship.Of course, that wasn't the only major story of the weekend—tensions between the Joe Gibbs and Richard Childress camps blew up after Denny Hamlin attacked Clint Bowyer's team over a purportedly illegal car that took the victory at Loudon. Kevin Harvick, who was frustrated all weekend, took matters into his own hands, beating on Hamlin in practice. Meanwhile, witnesses say Johnson and crew chief Chad Knaus just stood there, smiling. Is the competition going to beat itself?This week's Chase slideshow will take on a Wizar...

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