Denny Hamlin 2011 Wins

2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Win Totals Denny Hamlin

(TheSpread) – No driver had more wins than Denny Hamlin in the 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Can Hamlin repeat that feat in 2011?

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Oddsmakers at online sportsbook SBGGLOBAL.com have given Hamlin an over/under of 6.5 wins for the 2011 season. Hamlin must compete in 33 races this season for the wager to stand.

Hamlin won a series-high eight races in 2010, but still finished second in the overall standings to Jimmie Johnson. The eight wins were a career high for Hamlin, who had won just four the year before.

In five full seasons, Hamlin has racked up 16 victories and 61 top-5 finishes. His average finish has improved each of the last three years, but his average start jumped nearly three positions.

Asking any driver to win 7 races is tough. It has happened at least once each of the last four seasons, but still a difficult task. Not many drivers are able to follow up an 8-win season with another.

2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Futures Odds – Wins for Denny Hamlin (must contend in 33 races)

Denny Hamlin 2011 wins Over/Under 6.5

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