We didn't have the best race car at the beginning, but we did some great adjustments during the race, and we just came on there in the second partDenny Hamlin wins Nationwide auto race Sep 28, 2008
We're trying to get into the (Nextel Cup) Chase and this is a great way to do itHamlin takes the latest Nextel race Jun 11, 2006
All I wanted to do was just gain respect from these guys for the '500' and hopefully we did thatHamlin wins Budweiser Shootout Feb 12, 2006
We decided today we were going to just focus on qualifying, knowing that the No. 1 pit stall is very critical here at MartinsvilleHamlin wins pole at Martinsville Oct 22, 2010
Our car is going to be fine for (Sunday's race)Johnson helps chances for Sprint Cup title Nov 19, 2010
2011 Bubba Burger 250 (Richmond)
James Dennis Alan "Denny" Hamlin (born November 18, 1980) is an American race car driver. He currently drives the #11 FedEx Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
Hamlin began his racing career in 1988, at the age of 7 years old, racing go-karts. By 1997 at 15 he won the WKA manufacturers cup at the age of 16, he was racing Ministocks. In his first stock car race, at Langley Speedway, Hamlin won the pole position, and won the race. He then progressed to the Grand Stock division in 1998, and moved on to Late Model Stock Cars in 2000. In 2002, he won ten Late Model races, and surpassed that in 2003 with 25 wins, and 30 poles, out of 36 races. In 2004, while competing full time in Late Model Stock Cars, Hamlin was signed to a driver development contract with Joe Gibbs Racing.