Week 4 NASCAR standings: A familiar face is back in first place, but who will follow?

Christopher Bell won Sunday's Shriners Children's 500 at Phoenix Raceway on fresh tires and moved up to eighth in our Week 4 power rankings.

As NASCAR heads to Bristol Motor Speedway on Sunday, two familiar faces lead the power rankings.

Meet your new (former) points leader. Blaney, who lead in Week 2, has won three straight top-five finishes after beating Ross Chastain for fifth Sunday.

 He's off to a great start in his championship defense. His 2024 winless streak could end Sunday at the Food City 500 in Bristol, Tenn. He should win that track.

Larson didn't have the best desert day since he never had the track position.

Reddick has been the most consistent danger through two non-drafting events, but it's too early to predict the title race.

The late strategy change dropped him to 10th at the finish Sunday, but he led 68 laps and had win-contending speed throughout, much like in Las Vegas. 

Blaney and Larson lead Ford and Chevy, respectively, and Reddick leads Toyota, completing our early "Big Three".

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