Kyle Busch and Matt Kenseth turned in strong runs for Joe Gibbs Racing Saturday night at Kentucky. When Denny Hamlin slammed the wall due to a tire failure and later Matt Kenseth experiencing tire issues of his own, Saturday night looked...Show More Summary
When Denny Hamlin and Kyle Larson exited their cars Saturday night, they were not on pit road or in the garage after the race. The cars were against the Kentucky Speedway wall. Both drivers suffered tire failures early in the race and retired. Hamlin was first. Show More Summary
Matt Kenseth, you're Spain. Denny Hamlin, you could be England. Kyle Busch you could be Italy. Like the European soccer teams above, the Joe Gibbs Racing trio is are in World Cup trouble. Kenseth is already out, while Hamlin and Busch are longshots to make it in. It hasn't been a pretty stretch for JGR. Show More Summary
Matt Kenseth, you're Spain. Denny Hamlin, you're England. Like the two European soccer teams listed above, the two Joe Gibbs Racing drivers above are already out of the World Cup before the third group game. And their teammate Kyle Busch needs a win and some help to make it to the knockout rounds himself. It hasn't been a pretty stretch for JGR. Show More Summary
Today's Pocono 400 race kicks off at 1:00 pm EST at the 2.5 mile tri-oval track at Pocono Raceway. BTW, the race moves from Fox to TNT today. Denny Hamlin and Kurt Busch will be leading the pack with qualifying...
Denny Hamlin hopes a poll win will push him to a victory in Long Pond. The NASCAR Sprint Cup series rolls on at Pocono Raceway on Sunday, where pole winner Denny Hamlin hopes to stay in the groove that earned him four wins at the raceway during his career. Show More Summary
Denny Hamlin will start in front at Pocono after winning his third pole on the track. When the green flag drops at the Pocono 400 on Sunday, Denny Hamlin will likely be hoping history repeats itself. Prior to this week, Hamlin had won the pole twice at Pocono and went on to win the race both times. Show More Summary
The NASCAR Pocono 400 starts today at 1 P.M. Eastern Standard Time and you can watch all of it streaming online live by following the link at the bottom of this preview article. Denny Hamlin took the pole position at Pocono twice during his rookie season in 2006, according to a report in Yahoo! Sports.
A four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series winner at Pocono Raceway, Denny Hamlincontinued to excel on the 2.5-mile triangular layout on Friday, setting a track record in qualifying for Sunday’s Pocono 400. But Hamlin says Pocono is a different animal than the track at which he won his first two Cup races for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2006. “It’s so different that [...]
Denny Hamlin will be starting from a familiar position in Sunday’s NASCAR race at Pocono Raceway. Good things happen when Denny Hamlin wins the pole at Pocono Raceway, which is why the Joe Gibbs Racing driver was enthused after setting...Show More Summary
In a race where track position can mean everything, Denny Hamlin took a major step toward securing his second win of 2014 by taking home the pole for the Pocono 400, per NASCAR Stats: This is the third time that Hamlin has won the pole at Pocono. Show More Summary
Denny Hamlin won the pole the first time he ever raced at Pocono Raceway. Eight years later, Hamlin still had the speed in the No. 11 Toyota to take the top spot at the triangle track.
It's like Denny Hamlin is a rookie all over again. OK, so it's not that far of a flashback. But Hamlin got his first pole at Pocono on Friday since his rookie season, where he was on the pole for both Pocono races. And in that season, 2006, he won both Pocono races, his first of four Pocono wins. Show More Summary
NASCAR is set to start the 11th race of the season at Kansas on Saturday night. Kansas under the lights should make for an interesting race and a challenge for both drivers and their teams. Last week, Denny Hamlin won on a late raceShow More Summary
Last season never seemed so far away for Denny Hamlin. The 2013 season was a forgettable one for Hamlin, to say the least. He missed four races – and most of a fifth – with a back injury, missed the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup for the first time in his career and needed [...]
A crash incited by an overly aggressive Brad Keselowski incited Jeff Gordon and Matt Kenseth Sunday. As Denny Hamlin was in the midst of recapturing his mojo, another feeling was simmering throughout the Sprint Cup garage Sunday at Talladega Superspeedway. Show More Summary
Denny’s 24th win in 300 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races, and your first win at 214 virtually gets you into the Chase. DENNY HAMLIN: Can you guarantee that? Q: I’m going to say that you’ll be in the Chase. DENNY HAMLIN: Okay, thanks. Q: Congratulations on that. Your first points win at a restrictor plate race. You’ve won four non-points races [...]
In his 300th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series start, Denny Hamlin overtook Kevin Harvickcoming to the white flag to win the Aaron’s 499 at Talladega Superspeedway. The 45th annual spring event at the 2.66-mile superspeedway finished under caution, as a multicar incident initiated behind the leaders as the white flag waved. Show More Summary
It hasn’t been easy as of late for Denny Hamlin, but everything came together Sunday with a victory at Talladega. It was apropos that the driver who continually suffered ill-timed misfortunes found himself on the receiving end of a fortuitous...Show More Summary
Denny Hamlin wins the Aaron’s 499 at Talladega Superspeedway. In his 300th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series start, Denny Hamlin overtook Kevin Harvick coming to the white flag to win the Aaron's 499 at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway. The 45th...Show More Summary