The 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup season review

The 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup season review

Whatever his NASCAR Sprint Cup rivals try, Jimmie Johnson still seems unstoppable, as he notched up a record-stretching fifth consecutive title in 2010. Diego Mejia explains how he did it

Anyone in sports who manages to win five consecutive championships must be quite a special individual. It takes a lot of hard work, self-discipline, leadership and a great team around you to be able to keep such a long streak going.

Lance Armstrong won seven times in a row in the Tour de France, Roger Federer put a string of five Wimbledon trophies together as did Bjorn Borg before him, and also the New York Yankees won five consecutive World Series titles between the late 1940s and early 1950s.

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