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Ranking the Most Dominant Seasons in NASCAR History

The biggest seasons in NASCAR's history span generations, from the Red Scare to the oughts.  It's tough to compare eras, because the competition has been far greater in recent decades than it was during NASCAR's toddler years. During Richard Petty's championship years, there were an average of 8.7 winners on the circuit each season, according to Sporting News' Jeff Owens. Compare that to when Jimmie Johnson was dominating, when an average of 14 drivers won a race.  Race wins, top-fives and top-10s are integral to this list, as is winning the championship, though the latter wasn't necessary, merely a cherry on top. Who knows? Maybe someone will emerge from the 2015 crop of drivers to threaten this list. Read on to see 10 of the big...

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