Jimmie Johnson won his fifth straight NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship Sunday by finishing second in the Ford 400.
It was a win many people could see coming, but only a few people wanted to see.
At this point, Johnson's dominance is just getting a little ridiculous.
Denny Hamlin came into the day with a slim lead in the Chase but ran far from a flawless race and ended up finishing in 14th place.
Although Carl Edwards took the checkered flag, all eyes were on Johnson and the No. 48 car.
What else is new?
Here's a look at why Jimmie Johnson's continued dominance is bad for NASCAR.