Johnson wins unheard of fifth straight cup

NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson won his fifth straight Sprint Cup on Sunday, according to the AP.

Johnson became the first driver in NASCAR history to overcome a points deficit on the final day of the circuit and take down the cup, when he finished second Sunday.

Johnson overcame points deficits to former leader Denny Hamlin and Kevin Harvick in the Ford 400, which is the final race of the season, according to USA Today.

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