The World Endurance Championship title wasn't won in a very satisfactory manner in 2016. Not wrong, just unsatisfactory given that the eventual champions Neel Jani, Marc Lieb and Romain Dumas didn't pick up a single piece of silverware between their Le Mans trophies and their end-of-season gongs.
The trouble is that awarding double points for the Le Mans 24 Hours somehow skews the championship. I'm not saying that giving twice the normal number of points for the blue riband round of the series is not correct, just that it has such an effect on the outcome that it detracts from the remainder of the WEC.
You have to reach that conclusion when the champions seal the title with a run of fourth, fifth and sixth positions. If we want the WEC to become more than a sideshow of races around Le Mans something has to be done.