Hamlin: Possible fuel cell design flaw may have been costly in Bristol
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Denny Hamlin says a potential flaw in the design of the fuel cells at Joe Gibbs Racing may have contributed to Sunday's loss at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Hamlin was leading on the green-white-checkered restart, but his car stalled because not enough fuel reached the engine.That allowed Jeff Burton to blow past the 2006 Sprint Cup rookie of the year for his first win at the half-mile track and set up a 1-2-3 finish for Richard Childress Racing. Hamlin, who ...
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