NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin was sickened by carbon monoxide throughout this week’s Dover race, however mentioned he’s high quality and able to go this weekend in Kansas.
The Joe Gibbs Racing driver visited the monitor’s medical heart after taking the checkered flag in 21st place on Monday whereas affected by nausea and double-vision.
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The suspected problem was traced again to a second when his automotive hit particles that broken a rear crush panel and allowed exhaust fumes to enter the cabin.
“That type of hampered the very finish of the race for us but it surely definitely wasn’t the deciding issue if we raced good or unhealthy,” Hamlin mentioned Tuesday. “It was only a robust race normally. It is one of many extra bodily grueling racetracks we go to anyway. Then you definately do one thing like that, it makes it even worse.”
The Related Press contributed to this report