Practice was stopped after Denny Hamlin’s hood became dislodged and hit his windshield, scattering debris over the track. The hood on Denny Hamlin's No. 11 car came loose and smashed into his windshield just minutes into the second round...Show More Summary
The limited visibility out of the backs of the Sprint Cup cars has been a discussion point at Indianapolis with the nine-inch spoilers. Since the spoiler is taller, drivers can see less out of their rear-view mirrors. During Friday's...Show More Summary
After topping the opening practice session at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Denny Hamlin didn’t even make it a lap in second practice before the hood of his No. 11 FedEx Toyota flew up over his windshield. During the opening stages of the session, the Hamlin’s hood slammed into the car’s windshield, bending the Earnhardt bar. Show More Summary
In NASCAR’s first practice session with the new high-drag rules package, familiar faces made their way to the top of the charts at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Denny Hamlin laid down a 49.934-second lap to top opening NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice for Sunday’s Crown Royal Presents the Jeff Kyle 400 at the Brickyard. Show More Summary
The Sun shined bright on the energy-soaked car driven by Denny Hamlin at Loudon during the Lakes Region 200 on Saturday afternoon. Controversy sparked the Joe Gibbs Racing driver throughout the day, fighting a loose racecar, causingShow More Summary
Denny Hamlin led nearly three quarters of the 200-lap Lakes Region 200 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, running up front for 145 laps before taking his second series win of the season and his first at NHMS. “It was a dominant car, for sure, but can’t do it without [...]
Denny Hamlin was all over the place today. Literally. From practicing his Sprint Cup car in the morning, to spinning in front of the field early on in the XFINITY Series race in which he started from the pole. However, at the end ofShow More Summary
Denny Hamlin won the NASCAR Xfinity Series' Lakes Region 200 on Saturday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. It's the second time this season the driver of the No. 20 car held the pole and won the race, previously accomplishing the feat in the Toyota Care 250. Hamlin led 146 of the 200 laps, including the final 22. Show More Summary
When it comes to XFINITY Series racing, Joe Gibbs Racing‘s Sprint Cup regular Kyle Busch is typically the driver to beat. In XFINITY Series qualifying at New Hampshire on Saturday, that changed. Well, not completely. Denny Hamlin, making his eighth start of the season, qualified his No. Show More Summary
Did You Notice? … There’s rarely any rhyme or reason to plate racing? Only three top-10 finishers from last July’s Coke Zero 400 went back-to-back in February’s Daytona 500: Denny Hamlin, Casey Mears and Clint Bowyer. Of those three, only Hamlin has had a successful season, clinching a Chase bid early in the year at Martinsville. Show More Summary
Sometimes, a pass happens so quickly that you just stare at the race in disbelief and wonder how on earth that just happened. Here’s one such crazy ninjitsu-inspired pass from Denny Hamlin at today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Pocono. Read more...
Only seven of 12 drivers recorded a time in the final round of Sprint Cup qualifying, with Kurt Busch the fastest. With an assist from Denny Hamlin, Kurt Busch captured the pole in Sprint Cup Series qualifying Friday at Pocono Raceway Clocking-in...Show More Summary
Joey Logano. Jimmie Johnson. Kevin Harvick. Carl Edwards. Brad Keselowski. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Kurt Busch. Matt Kenseth. Denny Hamlin. With 13 races run in the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, these are the drivers who have punched a ticket to the Chase when it begins come September. A blistering pace when it comes to...
Get ready for a day of racing at the Monster Mile! NASCAR descends on Dover International Speedway Sunday afternoon, and Bleacher Report will bring you live coverage of the FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks. Denny Hamlin will sit on...Show More Summary
Denny Hamlin has the pole position for the FedEx 400 on Sunday in Dover, but Martin Truex Jr. in second looks for his first win of the season after leading the most laps in each of the last two weeks. The 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season...Show More Summary
Joe Gibbs Racing has been on a roll by outperforming the rest of the racers in the qualifying game that took places on the Dover race track. Denny Hamlin of Joe Gibbs racing took the top spot and will head the race on Sunday’s FedEx race. Hamlin managed to inch ahead of Martin Truex Jr.
Denny Hamlin and Carl Edwards are in a good place. Not only are both coming off big wins at Charlotte Motor Speedway, they led a 1-2 sweep of Saturday practice sessions at Dover International Speedway before Sunday’s FedEx 400. Joe Gibbs Racing continued their strong performance overall as teammates Matt Kenseth and Kyle Busch were...
By AMANDA VINCENT With a 22.483-second/160.121 mph lap around Dover (Del.) International Speedway on Friday in the third of three rounds of NASCAR Sprint Cup SEries qualifying, Denny Hamlin claimed the pole for Sunday’s FedEx 400 Benefiting Autism Speaks. It’s his first pole of 2015 but the third of his career at Dover. Martin Truex [...]
With Denny Hamlin out front, Joe Gibbs Racing saw all its drivers qualify in the top-10 for the first time this season. Following consecutive wins the resurgence of Joe Gibbs Racing carried over to qualifying Friday at Dover International Speedway, as Denny Hamlin captured the No. Show More Summary
After a great two weeks in Charlotte, sweeping both the All-Star Race and the Coca-Cola 600 Joe Gibbs Racing just keeps on rolling. Their driver Denny Hamlin, piloting the No. 11 car won the pole Friday for Sunday’s Cup race at Dover, clocking a time of 22.483 seconds (160.121 mph). Hamlin, one week removed from...