POS Driver Car # MFG 1 Kasey Kahne 5 Chevrolet 2 Kyle Busch 18 Toyota 3 Brad Keselowski 2 Ford 4 Kurt Busch 78 Chevrolet 5 Clint Bowyer 15 Toyota 6 Dale Earnhardt Jr 88 Chevrolet 7 Ryan Newman 39 Chevrolet 8 Brian Vickers 55 Toyota 9 Paul Menard 27 Chevrolet 10 Jamie McMurray 1 [...]
POS Driver Car # MFG 1 Carl Edwards 99 Ford 2 Jimmie Johnson 48 Chevrolet 3 Denny Hamlin 11 Toyota 4 Brad Keselowski 2 Ford 5 Dale Earnhardt Jr 88 Chevrolet 6 Clint Bowyer 15 Toyota 7 Matt Kenseth 20 Toyota 8 Tony Stewart 14 Chevrolet 9 Jeff Gordon 24 Chevrolet 10 Jeff Burton 31 [...]
The dangers inherent to pit road were on display again early in Sunday's Sprint Cup Series race at Phoenix. Clint Bowyer, last year's championship runner up, was in his stall for a two-tire pit stop early in the race and, as is customary for many two-tire stops, hit the gas to leave the pits when the jack was released on the right side of his car. Show More Summary
It'll be tough to top last year's fall race in Phoenix, but there's a handful of drivers trying to prove something after a rough outing in Daytona.
Below is a statistical look at some of the top performers at Daytona International Speedway, including both the Daytona 500 and the annual July race: Clint Bowyer (No. 15 5-hour ENERGY Toyota) · Two top fives, six top 10s · Average...Show More Summary
With the Daytona 500 coming up, driver Clint Bowyer is looking forward to some down time in the Arizona wilderness. According to Yahoo.com, Bowyer is part of a group of drivers who enjoy time in the outdoors, even if it means freezing in late winter temperatures with a rifle glued to their hands. NASCAR is [...]Show More Summary
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Clint Bowyer’s going lion-hunting. This is not some cheap metaphor about how he’s going to chase down the biggest names in NASCAR. No, he’s literally going lion-hunting. The Monday after the Daytona 500 (unless he wins), Bowyer will head to Arizona to see if he can scare up a mountain lion or two. Show More Summary
Why one of our writers thinks Tony Stewart and Clint Bowyer will miss the Chase
As we count down to the 2013 Daytona 500, we're also counting down how we think the Chase will play out this season as predicted by Nick Bromberg, Jay Busbee, Jay Hart and Geoffrey Miller. So sit back, relax, and watch the 2013 Chase unfold before your very eyes. Show More Summary
Given their season-long feud, it's a fairly safe assumption that Jeff Gordon and Clint Bowyer didn't exchange Christmas cards or holiday wishes in 2012. Nor will they probably ever become BFFs. BEFs —Bitter Enemies Forever—might be more likely. Show More Summary
What happens when reporters interview NASCAR's most unpredictable personality? This.
Clint on Clint. Before testing (finally) kicked off at Charlotte Motor Speedway after the rain subsided and the track was dry, Clint Bowyer tweeted a picture of his new helmet with Clint Eastwood on the back of it. It's pretty freaking awesome. Now, should we give Clint Bowyer a new nickname? "Blondie" could work given his hair color. Show More Summary
At some point in our lives, we've all gotten sick of talking about a significant moment, only for the topic to be brought up again and again. And it's safe to say that Clint Bowyer has reached that point when talking about Jeff Gordon. As...Show More Summary
The drivers have been icy toward each other since Jeff Gordon wrecked Clint Bowyer.
Vitals: 2nd in the points standings. 3 wins, 10 top 5s, 13 top 10s. 4 DNFs. Moment to remember: Clint Bowyer's first season at Michael Waltrip Racing netted him his first road course victory and (surprisingly) his first victory at aShow More Summary
Vitals: 1oth in the points standings. 2 wins, 11 top 5s, 18 top 10s. 5 DNFs. Moment to remember: Yeah, yeah, yeah, there was that whole thing at Phoenix. But we're saving that for Clint Bowyer. Instead, we're going to go with Gordon's...Show More Summary
Performance review of Clint Bowyer in 2012 Sprint Cup Series – NASCAR Special 2012 was by far the best year in Clint Bowyer’s racing career in NASCAR Sprint Cup. In 2012, Bowyer made a switch from Richard Childress Racing to Michael Waltrip Racing which proved very fruitful for the 33-year-old Kansas racer. Show More Summary
Just when you're ready to count him out, Jeff Gordon keeps coming back. His most recent bounce back occurred in this year's season-ending race at Homestead, where Gordon came from behind to beat rival Clint Bowyer for the race victory,...Show More Summary
It was late August 2008 when Clint Bowyer had yet another run-in on the racetrack with fellow driver Michael Waltrip. When asked about the incident, Bowyer didn't even try to be diplomatic, mince words or hold back in his estimationShow More Summary