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NASCAR fines Denny Hamlin for criticizing Gen 6 cars


NASCAR fined Denny Hamlin $25,000 on Thursday for remarks he made following last Sunday's event at Phoenix International Raceway. The Joe Gibbs Racing driver had criticized the quality of racing with the new Gen-6 cars. The sanctioning body decided that Hamlin violated Section 12-1 of the NASCAR rule book, which forbids actions detrimental to stock-car racing. “While NASCAR gives its competitors ample ...
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