Hamlin finishes up front

Denny Hamlin picked up his fourth career win at Pocono Raceway on Sunday as he won the 2010 Gillette Fusion ProGlide 500.

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Oddsmakers from online sports book SBGGLOBAL.com gave Hamlin 5/1 odds to win Sunday’s race, meaning a bet of $100 on Hamlin will pay out $500.

Hamlin picked up the checkered flag as a wreck took place behind him featuring Kevin Harvick and Joey Logano.

While Harvick still went on to finish fourth, Logano landed 13th.

Kyle Busch came in second on Sunday after winning the pole while Tony Stewart came in third and fellow pre-race favorite, Jimmie Johnson, finished in fifth place.

2010 Gillette Fusion ProGlide 500 Results

Finish-Car Number-Driver

1 Denny Hamlin (11)

2 Kyle Busch (18)

3 Tony Stewart (14)

4 Kevin Harvick (29)

5 Jimmie Johnson (48)

6 Kurt Busch (2)

7 Jeff Burton (31)

8 Juan Pablo Montoya (42)

9 Clint Bowyer (33)

10 AJ Allmendinger (43)

11 Sam Hornish Jr. (77)

12 Carl Edwards (99)

13 Joey Logano (20)

14 Ryan Newman (39)

15 David Reutimann (00)

16 Paul Menard (98)

17 Matt Kenseth (17)

18 Regan Smith (78)

19 Dale Earnhardt Jr. (88)

20 Scott Speed (82)

21 Brad Keselowski (12)

22 Travis Kvapil (38)

23 Casey Mears (83)

24 David Stremme (26)

25 Martin Truex Jr. (56)

26 David Ragan (6)

27 Kasey Kahne (9)

28 Greg Biffle (16)

29 Mark Martin (5)

30 Marcos Ambrose (47)

31 Elliott Sadler (19)

32 Jeff Gordon (24)

33 David Gilliland (37)

34 Max Papis (13)

35 Kevin Conway (34)

36 Jamie McMurray (1)

37 J.J. Yeley (46)

38 Bobby Labonte (71)

39 Michael McDowell (55)

40 Dave Blaney (66)

41 Geoff Bodine (36)

42 Chad McCumbee (164)

43 Joe Nemechek (87)

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Posted: 6/6/10 9:50PM ET

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