Denny Hamlin believes that justice will be served.
While NASCAR deduced that the March 24 incident between Hamlin and Joey Logano in the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Auto Club Speedway was just a racing deal, Hamlin still believes that the accident -- which left him sidelined for at least the next four races -- was indeed intentional.
However, Hamlin did not take issue with NASCAR for the decision not to penalize Logano, his former Joe Gibbs Racing teammate. He insists that racing "is a self-policing sport."
"From this point on he has to deal with all the repercussions, the way he has raced guys these last few weeks," Hamlin said of Logano. "That all comes back around, it always does. I remember my rookie season this veteran driver was just irking my nerves at Martinsville and eventually ran into the side of me and cut my tire down and I remember bad-mouthing him after the race and his name was Mark Martin. At that point I was like, maybe I should just change the way I drive. He kno...