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Sport Denny Hamlin won the Toyota 500 and celebrated with a terrifying, smiling mask of his own face

16:57  21 may  2020
16:57  21 may  2020 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

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Denny Hamlin had a smile on his face after winning the Toyota 500 at Darlington Raceway on Wednesday night (which included Chase Elliott flipping the bird at Kyle Busch).

a man holding a sign © Provided by For The Win

That grin, however, was plastered on the mask he wore after he pulled up to do a post-race interview. That’s right, Denny Hamlin has a custom Denny Hamlin mask. And hoo boy, it’s all kinds of terrifying.

“I mean, why wouldn’t you want this mug on the trophy again?” he joked.

So here’s the question: does he have a face mask with a Hamlin frown printed on it if he lost?

Check this thing out:



GAH! I can’t help but think about Hannibal Lecter when I see that.

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This is interesting!