JP Montoya, a legend in his own mind, managed to throw away the Indycar series lead at the final round of the season, losing the championship to now four time Champion Scott Dixon. That's a JPM losing streak that runs to sixteen years now, in one category or another.
Post-race Montoya ranted, saying that Dixon had endured a 'shit season' and suggesting he wasn't a worthy champion. Montoya laid the blame for his championship loss at the door of the double points scoring final race. Which wouldn't sound so rich if he hadn't lapped up the bonus of winning the double points scoring race at Indianapolis.
Ultimately the guy who won more races won the championship, that sounds like a pretty good result to me.