Joey Logano won the last Sprint Cup race run at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in the fall of 2014, and was awarded a giant lobster for his efforts. He thus became the 11th different winner in the last 11 Cup races at the one-mile track. The list is impressive.
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Mark Martin, Fall 2009
Then the driver of the No. 5 Chevrolet for Hendrick Motorsports, Mark Martin was the last driver to win at New Hampshire before Jerry Gappens, the track's executive vice president and general manager, began handing out the giant lobsters in addition to the more traditional trophy.
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Jimmie Johnson, Summer 2010
Jimmie Johnson and his No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports crew didn't seem quite sure what to make of the first lobster handed out in Victory Lane in the summer of 2010.
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Clint Bowyer, Fall 2010
Clint Bowyer was the winner in the fall race of 2010 and seemed to handle the lobster more confidently.
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Ryan Newman, Summer 2011
Ryan Newman was the winner in the summer of 2011 and easily handled his winnings with one hand, which isn't always easily accomplished.
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Tony Stewart, Fall 2011
Tony Stewart won at Loudon in fall of 2011, one of five race wins he recorded that season in the Chase for the Sprint Cup to capture his third championship.
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Kasey Kahne, Summer 2012
Kasey Kahne was the master of the New Hampshire track in the summer of 2012.
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Denny Hamlin, Fall 2012
Denny Hamlin captured the win -- and the lobster -- in fall of 2012.
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Brian Vickers, Summer 2013
Brian Vickers won at New Hampshire in summer of 2013 during a season that was cut short by recurring problems with blood clots. Now sidelined again by the same health issues, it is Vickers' most recent Sprint Cup win.
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Matt Kenseth, Fall 2013
Matt Kenseth won in the fall of 2013 and promptly did his best Jack Nicholson in the Shining impersonation with his lobster.
Brad Keselowski, 2014
Brad Keselowski celebrates in Victory Lane with his lobster after winning in the summer of 2014.
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Joey Logano, Fall 2014
After his win in the fall of 2014, Joey Logano actually became the first driver since 2009 to be a repeat winner at New Hampshire. He also won a rain-shortened race there in the summer of '09 for the very first Sprint Cup victory of his career.