Sport Denny Hamlin won the Toyota 500 and celebrated with a terrifying, smiling mask of his own face
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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).
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:
All smiles for!
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Top key members of the coronavirus task force will testify before a Senate committee. The MLB hopes for games in July. The latest coronavirus updates."The major message that I wish to convey to the Senate ... is the danger of trying to open the country prematurely," Dr. Anthony Fauci told The New York Times. "This will not only result in needless suffering and death, but would actually set us back on our quest to return to normal.— NASCAR (@NASCAR)
Two wins at historic tracks this season means— NASCAR (@NASCAR) has his happy face on!
Mood ????????????— Denny Hamlin (@dennyhamlin)
GAH! I can’t help but think about Hannibal Lecter when I see that.MORE:
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