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Clint Bowyer finished sixth in Texas…
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FORT WORTH, Texas Clint Bowyer almost got the dream accident he needed in his longshot bid for the Sprint Cup Chase for the Championship.
Kasey Kahne was involved in the accident that ended his during Sunday's AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.
Bowyer, who came into the race 26 points behind leader Jimmie Johnson, finished sixth and dropped 36 behind race winner Johnson...
Clint Bowyer, driver of the #15 5 Hour Energy Toyota for Michael Waltrip Racing, stopped by the media center at the Texas Motor Speedway to talk to the media. Below is the video from that meeting where Bowyer talks about his outlook for the weekend’s race, the AAA Texas 500. Video courtesy of NASCAR Media Group.
It may seem patently obvious, but you can’t gain ground with a sixth-place finish when the two drivers you’re chasing are finishing first and second.
That’s the source of Clint Bowyer’s frustration. With a strong car and a promising fuel-mileage strategy, Bowyer was a potential race winner in Sunday’s AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway, but, ultimately, he was no...
Scott Miller, Michael Waltrip Racing’s executive vice-president of competition, celebrated his anniversary with MWR at Texas. In his first year he helped guide MWR to two Chase berths, three wins, five poles and the best year statistically in the company’s six-year Sprint Cup history. But, with Bowyer third in the point standings trailing by 36 points and Martin Truex Jr. trailing...