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Denny Hamlin: What Losing NASCAR’s Championship Means For Him Going Forward

The 2010 NASCAR season is now in the books, and stop me if you have heard this before, Jimmie Johnson is the champion. For the fifth straight season, Johnson fought off all of his competitors and once again hoisted the Sprint Cup. This year was a little bit different, however. For the first time in his now record five year reign as champion, Johnson had to come from behind at the season finale to win the title. And while Johnson gets to celebrate for the fifth straight year, that means that for the fifth year in a row, someone had to finish runner up to Johnson. This year it was Denny Hamlin, who ultimately came up short in his quest to unseat the incumbent champion. The difference this time around; however, was that the driver who failed t...

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