Due to technical restrictions, this article uses the sharp symbol (♯) to represent #.

2013 Denny Hamlin ♯11 FedEx TOYOTA CAMRY
2013 Denny Hamlin -11 FedEx TOYOTA CAMRY
Appears in Gran Turismo 6
Interior in GT6 Detailed
Manufacturer Toyota
Drivetrain FR
Max Power 824 BHP
Performance Points 620 PP
Weight 1,565 kilograms (3,450 lb)
Power/Weight Ratio 1.9 kg (4.2 lb) per horsepower

The 2013 Denny Hamlin #11 FedEx TOYOTA CAMRY is a 2013 NASCAR race car produced by Toyota. It appears in Gran Turismo 6.

In the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup season, Denny Hamlin was injured during the season's fifth race at Fontana, California. Mark Martin and Brian Vickers shared the car for the next four races before Hamlin returned to finish the season. He won the final race of the year at Homestead-Miami Speedway and finished 23rd in the final standings.

In-game descriptionEdit

"Hamlin has an unmistakable aura and presence, as well as a knack for race management and rock-solid stability."

Flowing racing lines, incredible speed when it counts. Denny Hamlin is a driver who has a natural talent for machine control.

He's often compared with teammate Kyle Busch because of their close age, but if Kyle is the top aggressor, Denny is a silent crouching tiger. Their careers are opposites as well. Hamlin is a hard worker who fought his way up from local races. He wasn't born into money, and it's a famous story that his family even borrowed money to support him racing.

His incredible speed in the step up category caught the eyes of Joe Gibbs, and he was pulled into the highest tier of NASCAR in 2005. In his first full participation of 2006 he won two races and proved himself in Chase as well, securing the Rookie of the Year title.

2010 was the year in which Denny Hamlin really came out fighting. With no one able to touch him, he won several races in a row with 8 wins in total, the most ever in his career.

With just one step left to the title, Hamlin had become one of the star drivers, but in 2011 he only won 1 race and his ranking dropped considerably. He could only barely remain in the top 5, troubled by the Camry that just wasn't fast enough. This changed in 2012 with a new crew chief being allocated, and he made a comeback with 5 victories.

His ability to manage the race and his rock-solid stability has not changed. To rivals in the 2013 season he's still one of those drivers you can't let out of your sight.



This car can be purchased for 500,000 Credits. It is a detailed car.


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