Denny Hamlin calls for bumper changes from NASCAR 

“Still hurts, I’ve never felt as bad” – Denny Hamlin calls for bumper changes from NASCAR 

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A New NASCAR season and drivers seem to be facing the same old issues from last year.

Joe Gibbs Racing driver Denny Hamlin spoke about how sick he was feeling after the Clash in Los Angeles.

On his plane ride back home, the 23XI co-owner claimed that he did not feel too well and had a bumpy night.

The 42-y-o raised his concerns on a recent episode of the Actions Detrimental podcast.

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Hamlin indicated that collisions “still hurt” after his experiences at the LA Memorial Coliseum, where 21 of 27 drivers who ran were involved in incidents throughout the event.

““I barely got hit too hard and the 19 barely hit him [Bubba] and it just kind of, again it doesn’t take much to really get these cars out of shape when you start bumper tagging.” Hamlin revealed.

“Speaking of which, man, the bumper tag still hurts. I don’t feel anything softer, I know that’s something NASCAR might still be testing is softer bumpers themself. “

“Man, we need it, really bad. Once you start bumper tagging in the corners, your Hans [harness] locks out and you can feel a jar in your head.”

Denny Hamlin has argued that Nascar needs to make bumper changes “really bad” following a rough hit at the Coliseum last weekend.

“So it’s still pretty abrupt and I talked about how I feel today. I never felt as bad, again, I had both sides knocked off, both bumpers knocked off.”

“I don’t know if mine’s carbon monoxide [related] or what, but … [on the plane] I’m like, I need oxygen and I’m like, I don’t feel well at all. I still right now, I don’t feel good at all.” Hamlin added.

Here’s  the clip of Denny Hamlin

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