NASCAR: Driver Ranking for Enjoy Illinois 300 at World Wide Technology Raceway | NASCAR

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Kyle Busch: 10

Brilliant practice from pole position to fend off multiple challengers on restarts.

Denny Hamlin: 9

A much-needed result after last week, and one that could give him momentum as the regular season draws to a close.

Joey Logano: 9

He followed up his victory from last year with a 3rd place today.

Kyle Larson: 9

A good drive forward, but I just couldn’t capitalize on the final restart.

Martin Truex Jr: 8

Another top ten run as he quietly builds his positive momentum.

Ryan Blaney: 8

A 6th place to follow up on his victory in the race last weekend.

Daniel Suarez: 8

Suarez really needed a good finish because the tables at Trackhouse could turn…

William Byron: 8

A seventh consecutive place in the top ten for Byron, who is having a career year.

Michael McDowell: 8

McDowell finished in the top ten and was able to hold off guys like Kevin Harvick and Christopher Bell in the process.

Kevin Harvick: 7

Another top ten that puts Harvick in the playoff picture as the driver with the most points without a win.

Christopher Bell: 7

It wasn’t a clean day for Bell, but he managed to bounce back and nearly crack the top ten.

Chris Buescher: 8

Buescher continues to quietly string together solid finishes as RFK Racing continues to improve.

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Corey Joy: 7

Not a bad start for Hendrick but he surely wanted more from this opportunity.

Ross Chestnut: 6

Chastain caused another wreck and had another poor finish.

Alex Bowman: 5

Today’s 26th-place finish for Bowman wasn’t exactly what the team was looking to do this weekend.

Brad Keselowski: 6

Other mechanical issues on the #6 Ford resulted in a poor finish, but it continues to show speed.

Bubba Wallace: 7

A tough break for Bubba, who was racing in the top ten again before a faulty brake rotor sent him into the wall just five laps from the finish.

Ricky Stenhouse Jr: 7

He also had a punch to the stomach that knocked him out near the end of the race when he was picked up in another incident.

Chase Briscoe: 2

Briscoe and the No. 14 team just seem lost at this point.

Tyler Red Dick: 4

The day started on a sour note and ended even more disappointingly for Tyler and his team.

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