The NASCAR world had a few months there where Hendrick Motorsports wasn’t the dominating team in the sport.

Hope all the other teams enjoyed the moment while they had it.

With Kasey Kahne’s statement win on Sunday night in Charlotte, Hendrick Motorsports is, once again, a nigh-unstoppable force in NASCAR.

Consider some stats: A third of the way through the season, Hendrick drivers have two wins, 13 top-5s, 26 top-10s and three poles. Joe Gibbs Racing is close, with three wins, 11 top-5s and 17 top 10s, but Richard Childress has managed no better than two top-5 finishes. Roush-Fenway has two wins, 15 top-5s and 24 top-10s, with more drivers in the Chase mix, but Hendrick boasts an unbeatable pedigree with the promise of more. In turn: