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Topic - Darian Grubb
The 43 drivers competing in the 2014 Daytona 500, in order of starting position:
Three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart got a new crew chief Tuesday as both Stewart-Haas Racing and Roush Fenway Racing reorganized their competition departments.
Denny Hamlin had given up on extending his streak.
Denny Hamlin ran 16 laps at full speed Friday, turned his car over to Brian Vickers and then didn't exactly rule himself out of running a full race this weekend as he recovers from a back injury.
Joe Gibbs Racing planned to run Denny Hamlin just a short time in Friday's practice session at Talladega Superspeedway.
The hottest crew chief in NASCAR was available, and yet Denny Hamlin wasn't sure he wanted him to lead his race team.
Denny Hamlin said he would win at New Hampshire and did just that, scoring an important victory in his quest to win his first NASCAR championship.
Denny Hamlin stepped out of his car, pointed into the air and took a mighty swing of an invisible baseball bat. Like Babe Ruth did before him (or so the legend goes), Hamlin had called his shot.
Denny Hamlin has had the fastest car in New Hampshire all weekend during practice for the second race in NASCAR's Chase for the Sprint Cup.
Denny Hamlin moved toward the top seed in NASCAR's championship race by using a calculated late pass to win for the first time at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Since losing the Sprint Cup title last year to Tony Stewart by the slimmest of margins, Carl Edwards has struggled.
Kasey Kahne earned his second Sprint Cup win of the season. Denny Hamlin and his crew chief had trouble communicating.
Steve Addington insisted he's not naturally drawn toward working with volatile, abrasive drivers.
Crew chief Mike Ford was back at the track Friday, focusing on his new job with Aric Almirola instead of the past with Joe Gibbs Racing.
Richard Petty Motorsports has hired veteran crew chief Mike Ford to take over Aric Almirola's race team.
Darian Grubb, who was part of three of Johnson's titles and won his own championship in 2011 as Tony Stewart's crew chief, said the No. 48 team never settles.
"Its consistency, always being there at the finish," said Grubb, now Hamlin's crew chief. "You have to be able to get that top-10 run, just have to be able to do that."