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Despite Hamlin and his Joe Gibbs Racing teammates enduring a frustrating and winless campaign prior to Sunday’s race, the signs were there that the 1.058-mile oval could be the track where the organization finally broke through.
JGR has now won six of the last 10 races at Loudon — dating back to the fall of 2012 when Hamlin dominated — leading nearly two-thirds of the laps.
I wish we could have been a spot better again, but really proud of my team and proud of the cars that they’re bringing for me to drive each and every week.” Martin Truex Jr.
led a race-high 137 laps from the Coors Light Pole, but was shuffled back to a third-place finish.
and Kyle Larson are the two best drivers this season.
“It wasn’t the place to be, obviously.” RELATED: Truex pits from the lead with flat tire Matt Kenseth and Kevin Harvick rounded out the top five in the 19th of 36 points-paying races for the series this season.“Finished second, but another hard‑fought race,” Larson said.“You know, this is the third time we’ve had to start last and drove up to second.“Just it’s a great feeling,” Hamlin said in Victory Lane.“I know we’ve been getting better and better as the year goes on, but definitely needed a win for the organization and for myself and just kind of get some momentum going with the playoffs coming up, so we’ve got to get going.
Kyle Busch led twice for 95 laps and prevailed in Stage 2, but was dropped back in the running order by speeding penalties on each of his last two pit stops — on Lap 237 and 262.