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NASCAR Oral-B USA 500 Results; Kasey Kahne Wins, Tony Stewart Wrecks In First Race Back, Danica Patrick Finishes Disappointing Sixth

The NASCAR Oral-B USA 500 ran tonight at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Kasey Kahne took the checkered flag, with Matt Kenseth right behind him in second place, Denny Hamlin, Jimmie Johnson, and Carl Edwards round out the top five drivers.Show More Summary

NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin lip-syncs Taylor Swift

He's got the moves to go with it, too. Which NASCAR driver loves him some Taylor Swift? The correct answer is Denny Hamlin, who just so happens to know the words to "Shake it Off" and completes his lip-synching effort with accompanying...Show More Summary

Denny Hamlin lip syncs to Taylor Swift's 'Shake It Off' (Video)

Well, we now know that Denny Hamlin knows the words to Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off." Need proof? Here's the video. There's not much that we can add to this, except that it may be a very appropriate video for Hamlin's career. He almost...Show More Summary

Denny Hamlin tossed his HANS device at Kevin Harvick after crashing

Denny Hamlin wasn't happy with Kevin Harvick again at Bristol. Hamlin was leading on lap 162 Saturday night when Harvick was following him on the straightaway. As Harvick's car drifted towards the wall, he wasn't completely behind Hamlin...Show More Summary

Spun by Harvick, Hamlin fires safety device at him

BRISTOL, Tenn. (AP) — Denny Hamlin got spun out and wrecked while racing as the leader by Kevin Harvick at Bristol Motor Speedway on Saturday night. Hamlin later fired his HANS device at Harvick's car as it passed under caution.

NASCAR Bristol 2014: Kevin Harvick starts wreck, takes out Denny Hamlin, Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Denny Hamlin threw his safety harness at Kevin Harvick after a wreck ended his race Saturday night at Bristol. A wreck triggered by Kevin Harvick knocked out contenders Denny Hamlin and Dale Earnhardt Jr. Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway. Show More Summary

It's officially official: Carl Edwards will join Joe Gibbs Racing in 2015

What's long been rumored is now official. Carl Edwards will drive for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2015. The organization is making the move to a fourth car in 2015 and Edwards will drive the No. 19 Toyota alongside Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin and Matt Kenseth. Edwards will be sponsored by Arris Group for 17 races in 2015. Show More Summary

NASCAR Michigan 2014: Denny Hamlin upset with Dale Earnhardt Jr.; Ryan Newman confronts Jimmie Johnson

Emotions were high following Sunday’s NASCAR race. Tempers were flaring Sunday at Michigan International Speedway. A disgruntled Denny Hamlin approached Dale Earnhardt Jr. on pit road upset with how NASCAR's most popular driver raced him during the Pure Michigan 400. Show More Summary

2014 GoBowling.com 400: Denny Hamlin: Penalties serve as motivation

A confident Denny Hamlin isn’t worried about losing his crew chief to a six-week suspension. Denny Hamlin will be without two key members of his No. 11 team the next six weeks, crew chief Darian Grubb and car chief Wesley Sherrill, both...Show More Summary

Denny Hamlin isn't expecting things to change much at the track without Darian Grubb

As Darian Grubb begins his six-week suspension because of the penalties levied by NASCAR after Sunday's race at Indianapolis, his driver Denny Hamlin doesn't think it'll change much at the track without his crew chief. Hamlin said Friday that Grubb and interim crew chief Mike Wheeler will be in constant contact. Show More Summary

Happy Hour: Chase Elliott the rookie champ? Plus Denny Hamlin's penalty and more

Throughout the week you can send us your best questions, jokes, rants and just plain miscellaneous thoughts to happyhourmailbag@yahoo.com or @NickBromberg.We'll post them here, have a good time and everyone's happy. It feels good to be back. Show More Summary

Complete Preview and Prediction for the 2014 Sprint Cup Series at Pocono II

What a week! Jeff Gordon wins his fifth Brickyard 400, on the 20th anniversary of his victory in the inaugural race, giving rise to some serious talk of him winning his fifth title this year. Chase driver Denny Hamlin’s crew chief gets clobbered with one of the most severe punishments in NASCAR history. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Show More Summary

NASCAR docks Denny Hamlin 75 points and fines Joe Gibbs Racing $125,000

Denny Hamlin  fell from 11th to 21st in the standings after NASCAR docked him 75 points for not having rear firewall block-off plates sealed off during the Sprint Cup race Sunday. Hamlin’s crew chief and car chief were each suspended for six races and placed on probation for six months, while Joe Gibbs Racing was also […]

With minimal effect, NASCAR penalizes Denny Hamlin

NASCAR penalizes Denny Hamlin’s No. 11 team for a rules infraction found following Sunday’s Brickyard 400. NASCAR has docked Denny Hamlin 75 driver points, suspended crew chief Darian Grubb and car chief Walt Sherrill six races and fined...Show More Summary

Denny Hamlin's Team Penalized 75 Points by NASCAR: Latest Details and Reaction

Denny Hamlin recovered on Sunday afternoon at Indianapolis Motor Speedway after an issue on pit road to rattle off a third-place finish in the Brickyard 400. Unfortunately, that story was too good to be true. The Joe Gibbs Racing driver was docked 75 championship points after a post-race inspection revealed the No. Show More Summary

NASCAR levies heavy fines on Denny Hamlin and crew chief after Indy

Driver Denny Hamlin and his Joe Gibbs Racing team drew heavy penalties from NASCAR on Tuesday because Hamlin's No. 11 Toyota had unapproved parts in a race Sunday.

Denny Hamlin penalized 75 points, crew chief Darian Grubb suspended six races

Denny Hamlin will lose 75 points after NASCAR found issues with his car in post-race inspection after the Brickyard 400. He'll also lose the services of crew chief Darian Grubb, who was suspended for six races and fined $125,000. After the race, NASCAR announced that it had found issues with the rear firewall block-off plates in Hamlin's car. Show More Summary

NASCAR standings 2014: Denny Hamlin finishes 3rd; NASCAR seizes parts from car

Denny Hamlin finished third Sunday, but is facing possible penalties after NASCAR removed suspicious parts from his car. INDIANAPOLIS -- An up and down weekend continued for Denny Hamlin when following a third-place finish Sunday atShow More Summary

NASCAR standings 2014: Positive signs for Joe Gibbs Racing at Kentucky

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

Tire troubles meant early exits for Denny Hamlin and Kyle Larson

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

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