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Who won Sunday's NASCAR race at Dover? Kate Yanchulis •


Denny Hamlin predicted his win at the Dover (Del.) Motor Speedway ahead of Sunday’s Würth 400.

“We’re going to win Dover,” he said on his “Actions Detrimental” podcast.

His bold prediction paid off, as the 43-year-old secured his third win of the season. He led the final 72 laps of the race, holding off points leader Kyle Larson to win the Würth 400 by 0.256 seconds.

“You’d better win if you’re going to open your mouth, that’s for sure,” Hamlin said after the race.

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Hamlin called his shot — and he backed it up in Sunday’s race.

“We’ll check in with you after Dover, after we win Dover,” he said of his No. 11 car. “I’m going to call it now. We’re going to win Dover.”

The Joe Gibbs Racing driver did indeed take the checkered flag. Hamlin now ranks fourth in the Cup Series standings with 361, 49 off Larson, who remains in first place.

With Hamlin’s third of the season, he ties William Byron atop the Cup Series wins leaderboard. They are the only two drivers with multiple victories on the season.

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Here’s how the point standings look after Sunday’s race:

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