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Clint Bowyer is the two-time defending Talladega race winner…
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During the regular season Clint Bowyer won two events in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. This weekend the driver of the No. 15 Toyota
Camry heads to the track that he may have an advantage at in the Chase. The 2.66 mile Talladega Superspeedway has been the home of two victories for Bowyer.
Bowyer is ahead of the class at Talladega. In the last five races at Talladega no one has been...
CORNELIUS, N.C. – Clint Bowyer’s No. 15 5-hour ENERGY Toyota will turn pink in October.
And that makes the Chase’s fourth-place driver happy.
“If I’m going to be wearing pink and driving a pink car it better be for a great cause!” said Bowyer. “Trust me, this is a great cause.”
The paint scheme that makes its first appearance this weekend in Talladega calls attention...
Clint Bowyer said it best about Talladega recently:
“[It] can shake things up in a big way. It can propel you to the lead or bury you.”
Sunday’s race at Talladega, NASCAR’s most volatile track, is only the fourth in the 10-race Chase to the Championship. But many of those trying to catch NASCAR’s points leaders, Brad Keselowski and Jimmie Johnson, respectively, aren’t...
Talladega is a big, fast, scary race track. The 2.66-mile high banked oval in the middle of Alabama is one of the most feared tracks the series visits.
The restrictor plates make both races very exciting for fans, but sometimes dreaded by drivers. Often, it’s a crap shoot as to who will win as the odds are better to get caught up in the “big one” than to actually win or escape...