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Fan Fest 2012 a big success!

Nearly 3,000 fans flooded the parking lot of Joe Gibbs Racing last Friday to celebrate the team at Fan Fest 2012. By 7 a.m., a line circled around the parking lot full of fans waiting to receive a wristband for autographs from each Sprint Cup driver.

Before signing autographs, Cup drivers Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch and Joey Logano interacted with the crowd by answering questions with Ms. Sprint Cup on the Dollar General Stage that fans submitted via Facebook and Twitter. Each Sprint Cup driver’s fan club was there, including the driver’s families. Kyle Busch’s wife, Samantha enjoyed handing out gifts and interacted with the crowd throughout the day.
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Martinsville Race Review

The tight racing conditions of the famed small track known as the paperclip was only one of the challenges facing Joe Gibbs Racing’s three teams in today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Tums Fast Relief 500 at Martinsville Speedway.

Denny Hamlin would overcome two pit road speed penalties and appeared set to race for the win only to have his day ended early by an electrical failure caused by a broken master switch with just over 100 laps remaining. Meanwhile Kyle Busch would overcome an early spin caused by a right rear tire that was going flat to finish second and Joey Logano would battle through a pit road speeding penalty of his own to finish 16th.
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Martinsville Quotes and Notes

Denny Hamlin Quotes

Can you contend for the victory this weekend at Martinsville?

“This year — the spring race is the one race where we did just not run well. We had some setup issues that we found in the car afterwards, after the race was over — some mistakes that we made with our setup. Basically, putting the wrong pieces in the wrong places. So, that is hopefully why we ran so bad in the spring where we finished decent but not great. And so hopefully that’s rectified. Honestly, we look forward to going back. Especially, as good as our short track program’s been here in the last few races — between New Hampshire and Richmond — that don’t necessarily correlate, but still it drives like a short track.”
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