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Denny Hamlin, Joey Logano 1-2 in NHMS practice...
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Denny Hamlin exacted his revenge in the Sylvania 300 on Sunday.
After laying down what he described as "the burnout of the year" -- all the way down the frontstretch of the New Hampshire Motor Speedway -- he pointed up into the crowd, verifying that calling his shot in tweeting "we will win" had come to fruition.
"I don't want to sound too cocky, but...
Denny Hamlin said he never intended to guarantee a victory this weekend in the NASCAR race in New Hampshire.
After running out of fuel to finish 16th in the Sprint Cup opener at Chicago last week, Hamlin tweeted, ''This is week 1 of 10. We will win next week.''
But speaking before qualifying at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Friday, Hamlin said he just meant...
Denny Hamlin won the second race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series this year by crusing to a win at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The winner of the second Chase race has won the NASCAR Sprint Cup the last three seasons.
Despite starting 28th, Hamlin made his way up to take the lead from teammate Kyle Busch by lap 93.
Hamlin lead the most laps in the event and finished ahead of Jimmie...
This weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, we've got to see if Denny Hamlin can back up what he tweeted after the Chicagoland Speedway race after that basic boo-boo that his Joe Gibbs Racing team pulled by running that car out of fuel at the end, not getting it completely full.
After finishing 16th in that race, he took to Twitter to state: "This is 1 week of 10. We...
Chicagoland Recap: An unfortunate miscue on pit road left Denny Hamlin without enough fuel to make it to the finish in Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Chicagoland Speedway, with the #11 FedEx Ground Toyota running out on the final lap to finish 16th in the Chase for the Sprint Cup opener. Hamlin made his final pit stop of the day from fourth place with less than 40 laps...
Denny Hamlin called his shot — and gave the rest of the field a handicap before he fulfilled his own prophecy. After running out of fuel in the first Chase for the Sprint Cup race last Sunday at Chicagoland, Hamlin promised via his Twitter feed that he would win Sunday’s Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire [...]
Hendrick Motorsports drivers delivered mixed results on Sunday.
Jimmie Johnson didn't have a car capable of competing with race winner Denny Hamlin at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, but consistency and his second consecutive second-place finish elevated the five-time champion to the top of the NASCAR Sprint Cup standings.
Johnson led just two laps in the Sylvania 300, but the...
Joe Gibbs Racing celebrated its 100th career NASCAR Sprint Cup win Sunday as Denny Hamlin topped the field at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
The organization earned its first trip to Victory Lane in 1993 with a win at the Daytona 500 with driver Dale Jarrett.
Since that time, it's won three championships and has now hit the stellar win mark.
"This is a big deal for us...
Jimmie Johnson, driver of the #48 Lowe’s Chevrolet, met with members of the media at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and discussed Denny Hamlin’s strength at NHMS, the possibility of having a bad race in the Chase, the No. 48 team being the “Gold Standard” and other topics.
(IN REFERENCE TO DENNY HAMLIN’S TWEET DECLARING HE WOULD WIN THIS WEEKEND AT LOUDON) HAVE YOU GONE...
Denny Hamlin used Twitter after last weekend’s race at Chicagoland Speedway to declare that he would win this weekend at New Hampshire. I was shocked to see it as I thought he never used Twitter anymore after NASCAR secretly fined him for not so NASCAR friendly Tweets before. It was not too much of a bold move based off of how he ran the first time around where he dominated, but...
Denny Hamlin led the way with a lap of 28.251 seconds in the first practice for the Sylvania 300 from New Hampshire. Rounding out the top five was Jeff Gordon, Regan Smith, Tony Stewart, and Kevin Harvick.
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Denny Hamlin led the way with a lap of 28.930 seconds in the second practice for the Sylvania 300 from New Hampshire. Rounding out the top five was Joey Logano, Jimmie Johnson, Martin Truex, Jr., and Kyle Busch.
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