Denny Hamlin Dominates Wins Michigan

Dustin H.Correspondent IJune 13, 2010

Heluva Good Sour Creme Dips 400 Race Recap Sunday June 13, 2010 MIS.

Denny Hamlin dominated on his way to victory for for the fifth time in 2010 winning the Heluva Good Sour Creme Dips 400 at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Michigan. The long green flag runs on Sunday provided great racing and Hamlin a few times had over a ten second in the race. Green flag pit stops were important as you could'nt afford a mistake due to the fact there were very few cautions only for debris.

Denny Hamlin now has wins at Martinsville, Texas, Darlington and at Pocono last week to go along with his Michigan win and so far has 50 extra points when the chase begins. Now all that can change if another driver catches up but Jimmie Johnson is closet to that with three victories in 2010. Hamlin also moves to third in the point standings.

Heluva Good Sour Creme Dips 400 Results From Michigan.

  1. Denny Hamlin
  2. Kasey Kahne
  3. Kurt Busch
  4. Jeff Gordon
  5. Tony Stewart
  6. Jimmie Johnson
  7. Dale Earnhardt Jr
  8. Jeff Burton
  9. Greg Biffle
  10. Joey Logano

Nascar Sprint Cup Series Point Standings After Michigan.

  1. Kevin Harvick (Leader)
  2. Kyle Busch -22
  3. Denny Hamlin -47
  4. Kurt Busch -118
  5. Matt Kenseth -150

The Nascar Sprint Cup Series heads west to Sonoma for the Toyota Save Mart 350 at Infineon Raceway next weekend. The Nascar Nationwide Series will be at Road America for the Bucyrus 200 presented by Menards. Everyone will be road course racing next weekend and several drivers doing double duty.

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