Ranking the 10 Most Dominant Seasons in Sprint Cup History

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Ranking the 10 Most Dominant Seasons in Sprint Cup History
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Jimmie Johnson's 2007 championship was reminiscent of Jeff Gordon's second and third title runs.

Although fans get the biggest thrills out of the seasons where the championship is decided at the last minute—where everything is neck-and-neck and the fans are on the edge of their seats—something about those championship runs where a driver proceeds to destroy the competition resonates with NASCAR fans.

Those championship seasons where a driver clinches the title before the end of the season have been lambasted more than once; however, when you see a driver take the competition to the woodshed, you are able to see that driver's talent come out in full swing. 

Here's a look at some of the most dominant seasons we have ever seen in Sprint Cup history.

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