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  • In 2005, Denny Hamlin came aboard and posted eleven Top 10s and finished fifth points, the third-place finisher in rookie points.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • Toyota generated early success winning several races off performances from Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch.NASCAR-Wikipedia
  • Coming to the checkered flag, Dillon was hit in the left front tire by the spinning car of Denny Hamlin, causing him to flip into the catchfence over two rows of cars.Richard Childress Racing-Wikipedia
  • The 20 was also driven by Denny Hamlin at Las Vegas, Richmond, and Darlington, with Hamlin winning at Richmond.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • Virginia natives currently competing in the series include Denny Hamlin and Elliott Sadler.Virginia-Wikipedia
  • Elliott made it all the way to the Round of 8 before he was eliminated by a late crash with Kurt Busch and Denny Hamlin at Phoenix.Hendrick Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • Denny Hamlin also drove one race in the 18, running a throwback scheme at Darlington with Sport Clips sponsoring, Hamlin won the race.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • Bobby Labonte ran two races with a best finish of 7th, while Denny Hamlin finished a strong sixth at the fall race at Darlington.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • Denny Hamlin returned to the 20 at Chicagoland in September with Sport Clips, finishing 32nd after a blown engine.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • 18 for 2006, joining fellow rookie teammate Denny Hamlin.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • Denny Hamlin finished third in the 2004 season finale at Talladega.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • In November, it was announced that Denny Hamlin would drive the car for the remainder of the season, then run for Rookie of the Year in 2006.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • He was in second at the start of the race, behind the Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota of Denny Hamlin.Hendrick Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • 11 FedEx car currently driven by Denny Hamlin and owned by Coy Gibbs.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • 11 Toyota Camry for Denny Hamlin, the No.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • Busch started the 2019 season by finishing second at the Daytona 500, behind teammate Denny Hamlin.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • Jones started the 2019 season by finishing third at the Daytona 500, behind teammates Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • 18 Toyota Supra for part-time drivers Jeffrey Earnhardt, Kyle Busch, Riley Herbst, and Denny Hamlin; the No.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • Denny Hamlin, Erik Jones, Kyle Benjamin, Christopher Bell, Daniel Suarez, James Davison and Ryan Preece are among them.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • Southside Speedway has acted as the breeding grounds for many past NASCAR legends including Richard Petty, Bobby Allison and Darrell Waltrip, and claims to be the home track of NASCAR superstar Denny Hamlin.Richmond, Virginia-Wikipedia
  • After 30 starts, Vickers was sidelined with a second incidence of blood clots, replaced by Denny Hamlin and Drew Herring in the final three races of the season.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • 18 was piloted by the team of Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch with a sponsorship coming from Southern Farm Bureau, Interstate Batteries, and Z-Line Designs.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • Denny Hamlin replaced Busch in the Nationwide Series event, while Michael McDowell drove Busch's No.Kyle Busch-Wikipedia
  • His replacements were announced to be Erik Jones (at least 3 races), Cup series teammate Denny Hamlin (5 races), and road course veteran Boris Said (7 races).Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • Dave Rogers was transferred over to Denny Hamlin, while Hamlin's previous crew chief Darian Grubb was transferred over to newly recruited Carl Edwards.Kyle Busch-Wikipedia
  • Busch got clipped by Justin Allgaier and Denny Hamlin.Kyle Busch-Wikipedia
  • At Fontana, Busch dominated the weekend, winning both the Nationwide and Sprint Cup races; in the Sprint Cup race he passed a crashing Joey Logano and Denny Hamlin for the win.Kyle Busch-Wikipedia
  • Denny Hamlin drove a total of six races in the 20; two with SunEnergy 1 sponsorship, three with Hisense, and running a throwback scheme at Darlington in September with Sport Clips sponsoring.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • From 2004 to 2006, JGR drivers drove in the Truck Series for Chevrolet-affiliated Morgan-Dollar Motorsports, fielding Bobby Labonte, Tony Stewart, Denny Hamlin, J. J. Yeley, Jason Leffler, and Aric Almirola in select races.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • Busch also ran in thirty Nationwide Series races during the 2008 season; he teamed with Denny Hamlin, Joey Logano and Tony Stewart helped win the 2008 Nationwide series owners' championship for Joe Gibbs Racing in the No.Kyle Busch-Wikipedia

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