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Clint Bowyer interviews are rarely predictable

2 years agoSports : Game On!

What happens when reporters interview NASCAR's most unpredictable personality? This.

Clint (Bowyer) has Clint (Eastwood) on his new helmet

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

Clint Bowyer is sick of talking about Jeff Gordon

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

Did P. Diddy yacht party end Gordon-Bowyer feud?

2 years agoSports : Game On!

The drivers have been icy toward each other since Jeff Gordon wrecked Clint Bowyer.

2012 season in the rear view: 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

2012 season in the rear view: Jeff Gordon

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

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

NASCAR: 5 Reasons Why Jeff Gordon May Surprise Us in 2013

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

Michael Waltrip: From NASCAR's 'Worst Driver' to Exemplary Owner

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

Yes, Clint Bowyer finished second in the points standings

After Sunday's Ford 400, Clint Bowyer said that after the events at Phoenix International Raceway with Jeff Gordon, his focus was on finishing ahead of one of Gordon's Hendrick teammates in the points standings. That teammate was Kasey...Show More Summary

NASCAR Sprint Cup: Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead – Race Results

FIN ST CAR DRIVER MAKE 1 15 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 2 6 15 Clint Bowyer Toyota 3 19 39 Ryan Newman Chevrolet 4 8 18 Kyle Busch Toyota 5 13 16 Greg Biffle Ford 6 7 56 Martin Truex Jr. Toyota 7 5 43 Aric Almirola Ford 8 23 29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 9 [...]

Jeff Gordon Makes Stunning Comeback with Win at NASCAR Sprint Cup Finale

In a reversal of the debacle that resulted from Jeff Gordon exacting his revenge by hooking Clint Bowyer and slamming him into the wall at Phoenix, Gordon won the season finale Sunday. The driver was fined $100,000, docked 25 driver points and placed on probation for his actions. Show More Summary

NASCAR Weekend: Complete Homestead-Miami TV, Radio and Broadband Schedule

We are back in South Florida for the end of the 2012 NASCAR season, and there are great storylines in every segment of the series. After last week’s “Brawl in the desert, “ which saw Jeff Gordon take Clint Bowyer out of the AdvoCare 500 in Phoenix, the focus returns to the battle for the Sprint Cup title. Show More Summary

Jeff Gordon Fined $100,000, Docked 25 Points For Wrecking Clint Bowyer

  Jeff Gordon has been fined $100,000, docked 25 points, and placed on probation after he intentionally wrecked Clint Bowyer with seven laps to go during Sunday’s NASCAR race. The fine and penalty were handed out to Gordon on Monday night and while it is not surprising, it is likely disappointing to those who felt [...]Show More Summary

NASCAR Sprint Cup Standings Ahead of Season Finale at Homestead

RANK DRIVER POINTS BEHIND STARTS 1 Brad Keselowski 2371 Leader 35 2 Jimmie Johnson 2351 -20 35 3 Kasey Kahne 2321 -50 35 4 Clint Bowyer 2319 -52 35 5 Denny Hamlin 2309 -62 35 6 Matt Kenseth 2297 -74 35 7 Greg Biffle 2293 -78 35 8 Kevin Harvick 2285 -86 35 9 Tony [...]

9 Memorable NASCAR Fights

On Sunday at the AdvoCare 500 in Phoenix, four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champ Jeff Gordon took a whole season’s worth of frustration out on Clint Bowyer on the very last lap of the race, running the guy into the wall. That, of course, sparked a huge brawl between the two drivers and their respective crews, [...]

NASCAR Fight: Lack of Outrage About Jeff Gordon's Actions Is Appalling

NASCAR has delivered its punishment to Jeff Gordon in the aftermath of him intentionally wrecking Clint Bowyer at Phoenix International Raceway last Sunday and it's a doozy. Well, OK, not really. The sport has fined Gordon $100,000,Show More Summary

Jeff Gordon Fined $100,000 For Crashing Clint Bowyer

Actions have repercussions, something that Jeff Gordon was well aware of before he deliberately hunted down and crashed Clint Bowyer in last Sunday’s AdvoCare 500 in Phoenix. Arizona. We now know what those repercussions are, as NASCAR was swift in handing out penalties to drivers and crew members. For his on-track antics, Gordon was fined...

NASCAR's True Motivations Shine Through In Brad Keselowski Fine

NASCAR cracked down hard on a handful of high-profile names after Sunday's race-ending brawl in the AdvoCare 500 at Phoenix International Raceway. Jeff Gordon received a $100,000 fine and loss of 25 points for wrecking Clint Bowyer,Show More Summary

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