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NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: WWT Raceway

Kyle Busch started on the pole at World Wide Technology Raceway and won Stage 1 on his way to the win in the Enjoy Illinois 300. Busch managed several restarts down the stretch and repelled the challenge of Kyle Larson.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Charlotte

Byron started from the pole at Charlotte and was strong throughout, but was one-upped by Ryan Blaney for the win and settled for the runner-up spot.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Darlington

Byron avoided the late Ross Chastain-Kyle Larsomn melee and went on to win the Goodyear 400. "It was a super special win," Byron said. "It was the 100th win for car No. 24, and my car sported the throwback Jeff Gordon paint scheme."

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Kansas

Denny Hamlin outdueled Kyle Larson in a wild finish at Kansas to win the AdventHealth 400. After a back-and-forth battle over the final laps, Hamlin got position on Larson and clipped Larson's rear, spinning the Hendrick driver, but he held on to finish second.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Dover

Martin Truex Jr. overcame a pit issue midway through Monday's race and recovered, with the aid of a quick two-tire pit stop late, to win the Wurth 400 at Dover. The win snapped a 54-race winless streak for Truex.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Talladega

Christopher Bell finished eighth at Talladega, recording his seventh top 10 of the season. "Noah Gragson accidentally turned Harrison Burton on lap 142," Bell said. "Those two have a history. They got into a fight in 2020 at Kentucky. Gragson's car had Wendy's sponsorship, which conveniently answers the question, 'Where's the beef?'"

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Martinsville

Kyle Larson charged early at Martinsville, and was into the top 10 by lap 20 after starting 19th. Larson surged again in the latter part of the race, holding off Joey Logano while leading.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Bristol Dirt

Christopher Bell led 100 laps and held off Tyler Reddick to win the Food City Dirt Race at Bristol. Tyler Reddick attempted to catch Bell, but ran out of time and had to settle for second.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Richmond

Kyle Larson took the lead with a quick pit stop on lap 375 and held on through two restarts to win the Toyota Owners 400.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: COTA

Tyler Reddick overtook William Byron with five laps to go and held the lead on several restarts, winning the EchoPark Automotive Grand Prix.

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