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Hamlin turns laps at Loudon during happy hour. Denny Hamlin topped the speed chart in Happy Hour, posting a fastest lap speed of 133.338 in final Sprint Cup practice at NHMS today. Hamlin was followed on the charts by pole sitter Kyle Busch, Brad Keselowski, Clint Bowyer, and Jimmie Johnson.Early morning cloud clover is burning off at Loudon as we get through the lunch our. By the time the Nationwide cars take the track at 3:30pm, it's should be hot and humid at the Magic Mile.Photo Credit: ©Steve Pouliot Images for fanviewpoint.com
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