Denny Hamlin Limited Edition Card With Holder & Display Stand
Denny Hamlin Limited Edition Card With Holder & Display Stand
Denny Hamlin Limited Edition Card With Holder & Display Stand

Denny Hamlin Limited Edition Card With Holder & Display Stand

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Card comes with One Touch Holder & Display Stand

Denny Hamlin is an American professional stock car racing driver. He currently competes full-time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 11 Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing and part-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, driving the No. 18 Toyota Supra for JGR. He has won over 30 NASCAR Cup Series races, including the Daytona 500 in 2016 and 2019. Hamlin was born in Tampa, Florida, but lived in Chesterfield, Virginia, for most of his childhood. He was born the youngest of five children. He began racing go-karts at the age of seven. Afterward, he worked his way up to Late Models by 2004 and signed a development contract with Joe Gibbs Racing. After running briefly in the Craftsman Truck Series, Hamlin drove a full season in the Busch Series in 2005, while running a few Nextel Cup races. After having strong race finishes, Hamlin was given a full-time ride with JGR. His strongest season was in 2010, where he was leading the Championship by 15 points heading into the final race at Homestead. Despite having an incredible season, winning the most races of any driver in that year, he would lose the Championship by 39 points to Jimmie Johnson. With the exception of the 2013 season, in which a collision with Joey Logano damaged his lower back and kept him out for a large part of the early season, Hamlin has competed in the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs in every season he has competed full-time (12 seasons as of 2018), including his rookie season in 2006 when he finished third in the Chase for the NASCAR Nextel Cup standings, capping off one of the most impressive rookie campaigns in modern NASCAR history. Since his appearance in the Cup Series, Hamlin has been one of the most consistent drivers in the sport, winning at least one race from the 2006 to 2017 Cup seasons and again in 2019.