Denny Hamlin called out Fox Sports for playoffs misinformation 

“How can Fox not know the points” – Denny Hamlin called out Fox Sports for playoffs misinformation 

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Following Friday night Post-race inspection for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Kansas Speedway John Hunter Nemechek he has been named the official winner of the Lottery 200.

Nemechek’s No. 4 race-winning Mobil 1 Toyota Truck passed all factors of NASCAR’s post-race inspection procedure.

JHN passed eliminated Carson Hocevar on the last lap to gain the victory on Friday night’s Camping World Truck Series playoff race at Kansas Speedway.

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Cup Series driver Denny Hamlin was very critical of FOX Sports coverage and called them out for not knowing the Truck Series driver playoff scenario and points.

“How can Fox not know the points Denny Hamlin said”.

“It just seems like they missed the reason that Carson didn’t get in. It was because Eckes gained spots in the last 10 laps that wasn’t being covered. It’s pretty simple that if 42 doesn’t win he needs to finish X number of spots ahead of Eckes to get in. Then monitor that.”

Carson Hocevar was eliminated from the playoffs by just only three points, as Christian Eckes rallied to a P10 finish and claim the final playoff spot in the Round of 8.

John Hunter Nemechek advanced to the Round of 8, along with Grant Enfinger, Chandler Smith, Zane Smith, Ty Majeski, Stewart Friesen, defending series champion Ben Rhodes and Eckes. Enfinger and Chandler Smith had already advanced thanks to their victories earlier in the round.

And it’s not on the guys in the booth.They see the same screens we do. Someone needs to be whispering the scenario in their ear. Hamlin added.

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1 thought on ““How can Fox not know the points” – Denny Hamlin called out Fox Sports for playoffs misinformation ”

  1. NBC did the same thing at the Indycar race. Caught themselves before the end of the race, but for almost 20 minutes were saying that all Newgarten had to do was pass Will Power to win the championship. They later admitted that “we have been informed” that if Power finished fifth or better he would win the championship. I knew that before the race started. Why did they not?

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