Clint Bowyer
United States

Clint Bowyer

1975-05-30 (age 46)

Top 10 photos of the week: 2015-09-16

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Chase clinch scenarios for Richmond

Richmond will once again serve as the site of NASCAR's regular season final, this weekend.

Bowyer breathes some life into Chase bid for MWR

Clint Bowyer fought back after an accident to score a top five finish at Bristol.

Clint Bowyer opens up on decision to leave Michael Waltrip Racing

Clint Bowyer spoke to the media Friday regarding the news that he will be leaving MWR at the conclusion of 2015.

Sometimes breaking up is good to do

Dissolution of MWR provides a fresh opportunity for Clint Bowyer.

MWR and Bowyer to part ways at the end of the season

Michael Waltrip Racing will not field cars full-time in the Sprint Cup Series following 2015.

Bowyer tops first Watkins Glen practice

Clint Bowyer's biggest complaint during practice? His helmet didn't fit right.

Bowyer trying to remain focused on 2015 amidst changes

Clint Bowyer has been rumored to be joining Rob Kauffman at Chip Ganassi Racing, but says he's just focused on one thing right now - Making the chase.

Kauffman buys into Chip Ganassi Racing

The Michael Waltrip Racing majority owner is moving elsewhere in the Cup garage, buying a stake in Chip Ganassi Racing.

Toyota's impressive turnaround

After a lackluster 2014, Toyota is at the top of its game. In an exclusive interview with, Dave Wilson explains why.

Let's play musical Camrys

Toyota is looking to expand but will Michael Waltrip Racing be part of the picture?

Bowyer and Gordon collide ... In the garage

Tight garage conditions lead to fender bender between Clint Bowyer and Jeff Gordon at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Harvick tops practice, Gordon suffers damage in garage

Kevin Harvick led the Saturday morning practice, but a two-car incident in the garage was the highlight of the session.

Winning is key for Ragan

David Ragan hopes for a more permanent role with MWR.

For the RTA, it's full steam ahead

Rob Kauffman, head of the Race Team Alliance, discusses the "F" word, testing and the newly announced Drivers' Council.

Rowdy rocks Sonoma

Kyle Busch returns to Victory Lane in a big way -- with big brother Kurt in tow.

Bowyer blasts off with top spot in practice

The No. 15 Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota leads the first session at Sonoma.

Cup teams look to build on Dover success

Several drivers tamed the Monster Mile -- and they weren't the usual suspects.

Bowyer, Biffle, and Patrick advance into All-Star Race

We now know the name of all 20 drivers that will take part in NASCAR's annual All-Star Race.

Kenseth makes comeback with Bristol pole

All four Joe Gibbs Racing Toyotas transfer to the final round of qualifying.

Could MWR provide a temporary home for Erik Jones?

Co-owner Rob Kauffman hopes to "figure something out."

Jimmie Johnson fends off Harvick to win for record fifth time at Texas

Jimmie Johnson became the first driver to win multiple races this season at TMS.

Maxwell House signs with Michael Waltrip Racing

Iconic coffee sponsor returns to NASCAR, might be just the bump that Bowyer needs.

Logano earns his first career pole at Martinsville

Driver of the No. 22 Team Penske Ford falls short of his own track record.

John Force Racing ready for Charlotte

Team looks to turn around tough season.

Kurt Busch earns Auto Club pole as he continues impressive comeback

Kurt Busch has returned to NASCAR with a revitalized desire to perform.

Johnson collects first win of 2015 at Atlanta

Jimmie Johnson is now a 71-time winner in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

SHR: Teamwork pays off at Daytona

Haas Automation driver helps teammate’s cause in Budweiser Duel

Earnhardt Jr. wins first Duel ahead of Jeff Gordon

Justin Marks and Ron Hornaday Jr. failed to race their way in.

Top 10 photos of the week: 2015-02-18

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Reed Sorenson rides again

Team Xtreme's backup plan includes a backup car for the Duels

Drivers lash out at NASCAR for controversial qualifying format

Many drivers are upset with the new way the pole is decided for NASCAR's Daytona 500.

Jeff Gordon wins the pole for his final Daytona 500

Jeff Gordon's time of 44.711 seconds (201.293 mph) was .035 seconds better than that of Hendrick Motorsports teammate Jimmie Johnson.

Jeff Gordon on pole for 2015 Daytona 500, edging Jimmie Johnson

This is Gordon's final full-time season in NASCAR, but he's not finished yet.

Kenseth edges Truex for the win in spirited Sprint Unlimited

The victory was Matt Kenseth’s first in the non-points race, but it was the second straight win for Joe Gibbs Racing.

The big one unavoidable at Daytona

More than half of the Sprint Unlimited field involved in Lap 45 wreck.

Clint Bowyer promises to take more risks to win races

Sprint Cup runner-up of 2012 admits he needs to change his approach to win the title.

Change is good for the Sprint Unlimited

Two segments and fan participation highlight new rules for NASCAR's season opener.

Bullins back with Wood Brothers

Returns as crew chief for Ryan Blaney in 2015.

Kevin Harvick wins race, 2014 title

The Stewart-Haas Racing driver locked up the title by winning both the final race of the year and the championship.

Three manufacturers going for Sprint Cup championship

Chevy, Ford, and Toyota all have at least one dog in this fight.

Gordon and Kurt Busch top the charts in Homestead qualifying

Jeff Gordon has collected Hendrick Motorsports' 200th Sprint Cup pole.

Harvick wins as Newman knocks Gordon out of the Chase

The penultimate round of the season has ended with a couple big names eliminated.

Gordon discusses Keselowski brawl, chances at Championship advancement

Jeff Gordon comes into Sunday’s race squarely on the bubble, sitting fourth in points, one point ahead of Matt Kenseth.

Cussing on television - where is the line?

After this weekend's slip of the television censor tongue from Jeff Gordon, it got me thinking...

NASCAR's substitute driver rule ... A flawed policy?

Clint Bowyer stepped in for a sick Elliott Sadler during the Nationwide race, finishing ninth.

Earnhardt holds on to collect maiden Martinsville victory

It took him 30 attempts, but Dale Earnhardt Jr. is finally a winner at Martinsville.

McMurray steals pole at Martinsville

Jamie McMurray took home his second pole on the 2014 season.

Keselowski keeps Sprint Cup title hopes alive with dramatic win at Talladega

Brad Keselowski won the race in the second overtime — after a wreck that ended the title run of Keselowski’s former boss, Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Keselowski escapes elimination with victory at Talladega

Brad Keselowski wins at Talladega as three Hendrick cars are eliminated from the shrinking Chase field.