“Get The Gatorade & Blend It In” – Dale Earnhardt Jr. Gives Denny Hamlin Advice On Peeing Himself In His Car

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Some advice from a pro.

Denny Hamlin has been in the NASCAR Cup Series for 18 seasons, so there isn’t much he hasn’t done at this point in his career. (Except win a Cup championship. Boom, roasted).

But when it comes to peeing in his car, Hamlin’s a bit of a rookie.

The driver of the #11 car for Joe Gibbs Racing revealed recently that he peed his pants during a race for the first time in his career, when nature called during the race at Atlanta and he couldn’t hold back.

And it turns out he’s…kind of a fan of doing it now?

Hamlin admitted on his podcast, Actions Detrimental, that since breaking the seal at Atlanta he’s now peed in his car again – this time during his win at Bristol last weekend:

“It felt amazing. What I liked about it is the car wasn’t stopped. I was able to do it under caution. But I’m not kidding you, it went from the beginning of the caution to the end. I just kept going.”

And now that Denny’s a serial car pee-er, Dale Earnhardt Jr. has some advice for him – especially since he wears a white fire suit:

“I used to have a white suit, so if I ever peed in the car I’d get ’em to bring me a Gatorade or any kind of a colored drink so I could pour that on me before I’d get out so nobody could see my yellow piss stains all over my suit.”

Denny also says that he’s having conversations with his team about getting a different colored suit now that he’s just going on himself during races:

“Trust me, there’s many, many text conversations between myself and JGR that says stop with the white suits.”

But until then, Dale’s solution is just pouring Gatorade on his crotch:

“You’re gonna have to figure out how to get some Gatorade. You get the Gatorade and you blend it in.”

That’s a pro move right there.

@dirtymomedia_Dale Jr. gives Denny some advice only a veteran driver knows. 😂🤦‍♂️

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