Originally written on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 11/18/14

RICHMOND, VA - SEPTEMBER 07: Denny Hamlin, driver of the #18 Far Bureau Insurance Toyota, and Scott Wimmer, driver of the #29 Holiday Inn Chevrolet, drive during the NASCAR Nationwide Series Emerson Radio 250 at Richmond International Raceway on September 7, 2008 in Richmond, Virginia. (Photo by Todd Warshaw/Getty Images for NASCAR)
Chase contender Denny Hamlin said he felt dizzy and had his ''bell rung'' after a hard crash during full-field testing Thursday at Kansas Speedway. Hamlin was going 202 mph over the repaved surface of the 1.5-mile tri-oval when he clipped the rear of his No. 11 Toyota on the wall entering Turn 1. Hamlin's primary car for Sunday's Hollywood Casino 400 shot toward the apron and Hamlin over-corrected, sending it into the outside wall. Hamlin managed to get his car back to the garage area and then walked to the care center. He returned about an hour later for a second series of tests before being cleared to drive. ''It was the first time I really had some dizziness after a hit,'' said Hamlin, who compared it to a 2008 wreck at Talladega that ended with a trip to the hospital and a mild concussion. ''Usually I'm sore or your jaw hurts from clenching your jaw. This is the first time I really got dizzy.'' Hamlin, who enters the weekend third in the Chase, said he was encouraged by NASC...
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