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Joe Gibbs Prodigy Claims NASCAR’s New No 1 and HMS Golden Boy Dropped Off the List

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Unlike last year William Byron and Kyle Larson continue their top-notch performance. William Byron became the first derived for HMS to win two Cup races in just the first six weeks. On the other hand, known for his skills and talent, Chase Elliott is still struggling for performance.

Recent data from NASCAR insiders once again rubbed salt in the wound of Chase Elliott as he found himself out of the NASCAR’s Power rankings list.

New No.1 at NASCAR’s Power Rankings

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This season has been absolutely incredible for two standout drivers: William Byron and Christopher Bell. Both of them have been making waves on the NASCAR circuit. In the recent race, although the Joe Gibbs Racing driver, Christopher Bell, came tantalizingly close to clinching victory in the race after winning stage 1, he narrowly missed out on the top spot. However, his performance was still impressive enough to catapult him to the coveted No. 1 position in the NASCAR Power Rankings. It’s a testament to his skill and consistency throughout the season.

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Sharing the list of the rankings Boba Pockrass wrote on X: “From earlier: NASCAR Power Rankings: Christopher Bell makes first appearance at No. 1 @NASCARONFOX “

As per the list, Chase Elliott was out of the list but Why did William Byron, despite winning a race, end up ranked second behind Christopher Bell in the NASCAR Power Rankings?

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Why Christopher Bell is in the first position?

Notably, Bell achieved three consecutive top-10 finishes: the win at Phoenix, followed by a 10th place at Bristol, and then a second place at COTA. His three top-5s tie him for the best performance in the series, alongside Ty Gibbs, Ryan Blaney, and Alex Bowman.

On the other hand, William Byron, Despite these impressive wins, he’s currently second in the standings. However, it’s worth noting that Byron also faced challenges, with three finishes outside the top 17. He managed to achieve three top-10 finishes, including a 10th place at Las Vegas.

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I'm Moin Akhunji, a passionate sports writer renowned for my unique storytelling approach. My expertise spans across various sports, notably NASCAR, F1, and IndyCar. I hold a profound admiration for athletes like Chase Elliott and Dale Earnhardt Jr. When I'm not crafting articles, you'll likely find me trekking in the hills, indulging in my favorite hobby.
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