Denny Hamlin has not been able to show his dominant regular-season form in the playoffs so far in the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Season.
Additionally, the driver has also been involved in buying a team along with Michael Jordon for which Bubba Wallace will be driving next season. Anticipations are high for the team.
However, Hamlin assures that the off-track related issues have not affected his performance on the race track. He said:
“People look at the results instead of actually paying attention to the race.”
Hamlin’s form in the playoffs has a lot to want for. After all, he finished the regular season with six Cup wins, the second-most in the Cup Series behind Kevin Harvick who won eight.
In the four playoffs races so far, Hamlin finished 13th, 12th, 21st and 2nd respectively. However, the No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota driver is just 3 points behind leader Harvick.
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