Originally Posted by Steverino
I did read elsewhere that maybe it could be a fuel pump issue or an injector that's allowing some leakdown of fuel.
If it was an injector leaking down it would be worse the longer it sat, i.e. the 'cold start' would be the worst, not the hot start.
I'd be more inclined to start with things like the cold start circuit and sensor, if it's malfunctioning then the extra fuel it's giving the engine when it's hot (and unneeded) thinking it's actually stone cold, would be causing a minor flood situation, thus the extra cranking to get the mixture back down to where it will start.