Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s recent struggles, Martin Truex Jr.’s controversial pit road penalty at Kentucky, and Denny Hamlin’s up-and-down are among the topics in the weekly NASCAR mailbag. With the regular season winding down and the Chase...Show More Summary
Tony Stewart, who is set to retire at the end of the year, ended an 84-race winless streak at Sonoma Raceway on June 26, and Denny Hamlin said on Thursday that he did not let the feel-good story happen on purpose. Hamlin overtook Stewart...Show More Summary
Dissecting the final lap of Sunday’s race, NASCAR granting Kyle Busch and Tony Stewart Chase waivers and additional road courses on the Sprint Cup schedule are among the topics in this week’s mailbag. The tale of a fading veteran near...Show More Summary
Who…gets my shoutout of the race? He may have been visibly disappointed when the checkered flag flew, but the fact is that Denny Hamlin had a great day at Sonoma. Hamlin’s second-place run was his best-ever result at the track and the...Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. Tony Stewart's 84-race winless streak is over. And it was snapped with a doorslam. Stewart knocked Denny Hamlin out of the way on the final corner of the final lap of Sunday's race at Sonoma when...Show More Summary
Tony Stewart wins in a slam-bam finish over Denny Hamlin. Snapping a lengthy winless streak, Tony Stewart returned to Victory Lane with a memorable last lap pass of Denny Hamlin to win the Toyota/Save Mart 350 Sunday at Sonoma Raceway. The...Show More Summary
Tony Stewart's 84-race winless streak is over. And was snapped with a doorslam. Stewart knocked Denny Hamlin out of the way on the final corner of the final lap of Sunday's race at Sonoma when Hamlin's car slid up high on entrance into...Show More Summary
We’re riding along with Daytona 500 winner Denny Hamlin in the pace car this morning, so why not come along with us? Let’s take a quick lap of Sonoma Raceway, one of the few road courses on the NASCAR Sprint Cup calendar. Read more....
NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin practiced golf on an airplane and proved he's good
Practicing my short game on an airplane just shot to the top of the list of “things I want to do on an airplane.” Unlike (...)
Trivia time: who won the ninth XFINITY race for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2016? No, it’s not Kyle Busch. Not Erik Jones. No to Denny Hamlin and it wasn’t Daniel Suarez. How about the one-off, hasn’t-raced-since-November Sam Hornish Jr.? That’s the one. Show More Summary
Looking back at the first half of NASCAR’s regular season and what’s to come. The year started off with a flourish as Denny Hamlin narrowly edged Toyota teammate Martin Truex Jr. to win the closest finish in Daytona 500 history, a margin of victory measured by a scant 0.010 seconds. Show More Summary
Just when it looked like a pit road penalty had cost Denny Hamlin his opportunity to win Saturday’s XFINITY Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, a late pit stop enabled him to have another chance. After getting four new tires in...Show More Summary
Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C., was the Hisense 300, and after the race, a Hisense-sponsored car drove into victory lane as the race winner. Denny Hamlin climbed into the No. 18 Hisense Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing for his first Xfinity race of 2016 and led a race-high [...]
With a stylish pass on Joey Logano with six laps to go, it looked as though the Hisense 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway would go to Kyle Larson. Then the caution flew. A two-tire pit stop for Denny Hamlin under the final caution set the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing team up for success, as … The post Denny Hamlin Pounces to XFINITY Victory in Charlotte appeared first on Frontstretch.
In a race that featured 21 lead changes and 10 different leaders, Denny Hamlin topped the rest of the field to take the checkered flag in the NASCAR Xfinity Series Hisense 4K TV 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday. Hamlin led 76 of 206 laps en route to victory and held off second-place finisher Austin Dillon. Show More Summary
The sparks were flying during Sprint Cup qualifying Thursday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway, but when the smoke cleared, Martin Truex, Jr. stood alone atop the scoring pylon. Joey Logano, Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., Denny Hamlin and Brad...Show More Summary
The NASCAR Sprint Cup All-Star Race is always a little confusing, as the format changes almost every year . We spoke with 2015 winner Denny Hamlin ahead of Saturday’s All-Star Race, and he’s okay rolling with the changes. Read more....
Logano sees the accident that Hamlin caused at Kansas as a byproduct of racing to win. When Denny Hamlin's audacious three-wide pass attempt failed last week at Kansas Speedway, it left a wake of damage cars including those of Kyle Larson,...Show More Summary
Joey Logano was simply an innocent bystander that got caught up in someone else's crash at Kansas. Logano was in fifth place shortly after a late-race restart Saturday night. Ahead of him, Brad Keselowski, Kyle Larson and Denny Hamlin were all vying for second. Show More Summary