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Denny Hamlin

James Dennis Alan Hamlin, or Denny, of Chesterfield, Virginia, is a race car driver in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He drives the #11 FedEx Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing. In 2006, he was the Raybestos Rookie of the year, and he has over a dozen wins.
James Dennis Alan Hamlin, or Denny, of Chesterfield, Virginia, is a race car driver in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He drives the #11 FedEx Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing. In 2006, he was the Raybestos Rookie of the year, and he has over a dozen wins. « Show less

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  • Road Map to Glory: Martinsville, Homestead in Hamlin's wheelhouse

    The Sports Xchange
  • Confident Gordon marches on to Martinsville

    The Sports Xchange Confident Gordon marches on to Martinsville Staff Report, NASCAR Wire Service Distributed by The Sports Xchange Claiming his last couple laps at Talladega were the most nerve-racking of his life, four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series...

    Drew Davison's motorsports notebook

    In Brad Keselowski's mind, it's still too early to tell if NASCAR got it right with its new Chase format. The driver of the No. 2 Ford isn't ready to declare the knockout-style rounds a rousing success. That's somewhat surprising, considering his...

    NASCAR Driver Capsules, Oct. 22

    The Sports Xchange NASCAR Driver Capsules, Oct. 22 Capsules for the eight drivers remaining in the Chase for the Sprint Cup. By Jerry Bonkowski and Bob Moore 22 JOEY LOGANO, Ford Team: Penske Racing WHERE HE STANDS: With six races over and four more...

    NASCAR Chase intensity mounts despite loss of marquee stars

    NASCAR Chase intensity mounts despite loss of marquee stars
    Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jimmie Johnson have been eliminated in the finicky dynamics of the new NASCAR Chase format, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. The best guy nor the best team does not always win. It is true of every single sport. NASCAR...