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2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Kansas
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Clint Bowyer


Named driver of the No. 33 Cheerios/Hamburger Helper Chevrolet Impala SS for the 2009 NSCS season. Bowyer made his second-consecutive berth in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup in 2008, and finished fifth in the final championship point standings. Recorded one win, seven top-five and 17 top-10 finishes. Recorded second career NSCS win on May 3, 2008, at Richmond International Raceway in 83rd start Won the 2008 NASCAR Nationwide Series drivers championship. Recorded one win, 14 top-five and 29 top-10 finishes in 35 starts. In his breakout sophomore season (...

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  • Tony Stewart Wins NASCAR Watkins Glen NY


    Posted almost 5 years ago by

    Watching Tony Stewart perform at Watkin’s Glen was no different than attending a road-racing school and observing the instructor.

  • Bowles Wins 2nd Sonoma victory

    2009 NCWS West Sonoma Jason Bowles in Victory Lane

    Posted about 5 years ago by Tess Weaver

    A wild finish left Jason Bowles and Patrick Long in Victory Lane on Saturday as the repeat winner in the Bennett Lane Winery 200 presented by Supercuts at Infineon Raceway.

  • Up Against the Wall: Ricky Carmichael Finishes 29th in Martinsville "Scratch and Dent 250"


    Posted over 5 years ago by

    With its super short straights and amusement park-like corners, Martinsville is an old school anomaly and one that, far more than any other track on the Trans-American circuit, chews up and spits out brake parts. A full-on scratch and dent race 131.5 miles in length, Ricky Carmichael would be jamming the brake pedal into the aluminum floorboard of his Chevy well over 300 times throughout the course of the race. With boss and coach Kevin Harvick always in his ear, RC was certainly cognizant of not only his brakes, but of the other 35 trucks that would be leaving streaks of rubber and big gouges all over his #4 Oakley Chevrolet. However when all was said and done and his truck looking like a torn-up tuna fish can covered in melted Good Year rubber, Carmichael hung tough and finished a respectable 29th.

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