NASCAR Fans Suggest the Next Guest as Dale Earnhardt Jr Thanks Denny Hamlin After a Successful Episode of His Show

Yes, it’s been a while since he bid farewell to NASCAR and full-time racing, but Dale Earnhardt Jr’s popularity in the sport is still intact. And that’s not just among the fans. It’s also inside the sport too among the drivers and all those involved.

This was all the more clear after his recent tweet.

The thing is, Dale Jr. had invited Joe Gibbs Racing driver and 23XI Racing co-owner Denny Hamlin as his guest on a recent episode of his show, The Dale Jr. Download.


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The show, which was already a big hit, became an even bigger hit after the Hamlin episode

“Getting calls and text from drivers wanting to get on DJD asap @DirtyMoMedia . Thanks @dennyhamlin,” Earnhardt Jr. tweeted.

Now, this led to many NASCAR fans suggesting who Dale Jr. should invite next on his podcast as they reacted to his tweet.

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The highlight of Denny Hamlin’s appearance on Dale Earnhardt Jr’s show

During his appearance on the Dale Jr. Download, Denny Hamlin spoke about a variety of things. But the one that stood out was his take on the window-net controversy from the All-Star race.

Speaking about the late-race controversy in Texas, Hamlin said, “If they were going to bend the rules, then just let him come and fix it. At no reason, should we ever be letting a driver out there with no window net up.”


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Feb 16, 2022; Daytona, FL, USA; NASCAR Cup Series driver Denny Hamlin (11) during qualifying for the Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway. Mandatory Credit: Mike Dinovo-USA TODAY Sports

Hamlin then cited an example of his own pit crew as he put forward a rather blunt suggestion. “My crew is gone for four weeks because we had a tire rolling down the pit lane because it’s a safety issue,” he said.

“Who are they hanging up in the tower? They need to be gone for four weeks as well.”

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