Hamlin picking up wins, pressing out biscuits
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DARLINGTON, S.C. — Denny Hamlin’s on such a winning roll this NASCAR season, even his biscuits turned out great.
Hamlin won last week at Kansas Speedway, his second Sprint Cup victory of the year. Now, Hamlin is heading to Richmond, one of his favorite layouts. It’s a place where he’s won two of the past four races and usually where he kicks his season into high gear.
Hamlin is eager to keep things going. “Nothing says I can’t win four, five in a row here the next few weeks,” he said Wednesday. “It just seems like there are a bunch of good tracks here for us.”
These days, almost anything Hamlin gets a hand in becomes a success.
He’s having one of his best starts since joining the Sprint Cup series full time in 2006, winning at Phoenix and Kansas and posting top fives at Daytona and Bristol. He’s fifth in points and, with two wins, already has his eyes on NASCAR’s championship chase.
Earlier this month, Hamlin caddied for good friend Bubba Watson in the Masters’ par-3 tourname
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