Another NASCAR Sprint Cup season came to a close Sunday in Miami. Entering the race just two drivers had a realistic chance of claiming the championship, but the trophy was Jimmie Johnson's to lose.
While the race didn't give Johnson an easy ride to his sixth title, the team did exactly what it needed to claim the sport's top prize. Johnson was his usual clinical self, and did everything he needed to do to make sure he left no doubt that he would hoist the Sprint Cup at the end of the day.
Overshadowed a bit by Johnson's sixth title was Denny Hamlin's return to the top. The 2013 season was ...
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