Denny Hamlin evokes Dale Earnhardt Sr.'s incident

Denny Hamlin evokes Dale Earnhardt Sr.’s incident to defend himself from recent criticism

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Denny Hamlin is one of the most outspoken figures in the NASCAR Cup Series right now.

The Joe Gibbs Racing’s No. 11 driver regularly gives his take on different aspects of NASCAR racing, be it regarding the safety of the cars or the quality of the race.

Recently, he called for Chase Elliott’s suspension after the JGR driver felt that Elliott intentionally wrecked him at Coca-Cola 600 marathon at Charlotte Motor Speedway. And Elliott got suspended for a race after NASCAR reviewed the incident.

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Another driver, Austin Dillon asked NASAR to suspend Austin Cindric a week later for an intentional wreck.

Appearing in Dirty Mo Media, Hamlin gave his opinion on the incident, where he criticized Cindric for his “lapse in judgement”. However, Hamlin was criticized by the fans for trying to get into other drivers’ business.

“Denny should not be the voice of NASCAR on this topic. Can you imagine Dale Sr. advocating for another driver to be suspended or to defend himself from other drivers’ requests that he be suspended for handling things on the racetrack?” the user tweeted.

Hamlin didn’t like the criticism and replied to the user by saying that it’s his job to give takes on hot topics. Additionally, he uploaded a video of Dale Sr. asking to suspend a rival for spinning him.

“I get paid to give takes. I have a show just like Corey, Logano and others. Check them out if you haven’t. Drivers are asked during media each week to give their takes on hot topics. Not sure you really want drivers muted. But in the meantime here’s a clip that perhaps you might find helpful to your Dale Sr question. He wasn’t sent head on into the wall but was spun by Rudd. He thought that should result in a fine and sit out the rest of the season,” Hamlin tweeted.

“I also do not mind ANYONE who has a difference of opinion, but as about 200 people found out last week, you come with hate or rude comments then you will find yourself not needing to comment on my takes any longer because you won’t be seeing them.”

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