For the first time this season, Clint Bowyer finished in front of more than half the field at Auto Club Speedway. He crossed under the checkers 18th after starting 29th.
Clint Bowyer finished 22nd in last week’s Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. That was his best result in three races with the No. 15 HScott Motorsports team.
A multi-car accident triggered when Brian Vickers cut a tire marred the early stages of the Sprint Unlimited. When he came across the track, he collected Kevin Harvick, Clint Bowyer, and Greg Biffle.
In his new ride with HScott Motorsports, Clint Bowyer should be this year’s best dark horse for the Daytona 500. In 40 career starts on plate tracks, he has the second-best career average finish with a 15.05.
Clint Bowyer will have Visine eye drops on the hood of his car in 2016 for three races, according to NASCAR.com. These races will be at Auto Club Speedway in March, Texas Motor Speedway in April, and Pocono Raceway in June.
NASCAR announced the 25 eligible drivers and the format for the season-opening 75-lap Sprint Unlimited at the new Daytona International Speedway motorsports stadium on Saturday, Feb. 13.
Clint Bowyer nearly found himself without a ride for the 2016 season. His then-current team Michael Waltrip Racing ceased operations and the car he will drive in 2017 has one more season with Tony Stewart behind the wheel. That left him struggling to take a sponsor someplace that would provide sufficient exposure.
Clint Bowyer (#15 5-hour Energy Toyota Camry) was credited with a 43rd place DNF in the November 22nd NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season-ending Ford EcoBoost 400 at Florida's Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Clint Bowyer enters the weekend with a four-race streak of results eighth or better and a seven-race, top-15 string. He posted the ninth-fastest time in Friday’s practice and should be able to keep his streak alive.
Clint Bowyer entered the spring STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway with a six-race streak of top-10s. He slipped slightly and finished 13th that weekend.
Clint Bowyer earned his ninth top-10 in the past 12 Talladega SuperSpeedway races. He advanced from 29th to eighth in this race and earned 21 place-differential points.
With only a few cars remaining on pit road in qualification for the CampingWorld.com 500 at Talladega SuperSpeedway, Clint Bowyer backed into the nose of Justin Allgaier’s car. The damage to Bowyer’s car was insignificant, but he qualified outside the top 25 in 29th nevertheless. Allgaier was more severely damaged and will start the CampingWorld.com 500 39th.
HScott Motorsports announced today it has reached an agreement with Old World Industries (OWI) to sponsor Clint Bowyer's Chevrolet during the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup season with brands PEAK Antifreeze & Motor Oil and BlueDEF Diesel Exhaust Fluid.
Both Michael Waltrip Racing drivers posted 10-lap averages that place them in the top 10 this week. Clint Bowyer had the sixth-fastest speed of 184.58 mph during his best 10 laps. David Ragan was eighth-quick at 184.29. In addition, Bowyer also had the ninth-best, five-lap average.