Denny Hamlin is a driver who never thought about giving up or thinking that he couldn't do something. This season he has the biggest ambitions: to win the championship. What is most important is that Hamlin has confidence. Although he was unlucky many times in his career, the opposite could happen this time.
Denny is ready to go all the way no matter what others think of him. At the moment, he is fortunate to have many things going in his favor. The atmosphere of the team, its confidence, and quality; will all be important factors for him to try to succeed in his goal.
“I do. I think that we’re stronger than we’ve been,” Hamlin said, as quoted by on3.com! “Road courses I’ve got speed now and short tracks our cars – if we get to the final four, I’m not worried about being at a deficit.
I think the pit crew is better, they’re coming into its own. All the pieces of the puzzle are there. There’s no excuses for sure”.
Martin Truex Jr.
Martin Truex Jr., his teammate, could also be his biggest rival.
Hamlin knows very well the qualities of Truex Jr. and how much he can do at the moment. The rest of the season could be especially exciting considering how many quality drivers we have this season. Denny will have to watch out for others as well.
“I think so. I think Martin (Truex Jr.) is certainly — he’s a talented dude. He can sometimes put in about a quarter of the work I do and still outrun me. He’s just a gifted race car driver and he’s always tough.
That’s why he’s a champion”. These two great drivers will try to help the team achieve its goals. It will be difficult, but belief is the most important thing.
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