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2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Kansas
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  • 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Sonoma
  • 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Sonoma

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Clint Bowyer

NASCAR

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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Recent NASCAR News

  • Ricky Carmichael's Martinsville Rain Parade

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    Posted over 5 years ago by

    After stopping the clocks with a qualifying time of 20.710 at 91.434 miles per hour, Ricky Carmichael was slotted in at spot number 29 on the starting grid for the Kroger 250. A 250-lap, 131.5-mile race on the 0.526-mile oval known as Martinsville Speedway, the paperclip shaped track marked not only marked the fourth race of rookie Ricky Carmichael’s still very young NASCAR, but also his first on an elite short track. Today’s race was scheduled to go green at 2:00 P.M. (EST), however the rain gods were did cooperate in dreary Virginia, a steady light rain soaking the track and keeping Carmichael seated inside his #4 Oakley/KHI All-Stars Chevrolet Silverado. With all kinds of crazy colors showing precipitation in various forms all over the local weather radar screen, at Noon, NASCAR decided to call the race. The Kroger 250 has now been postponed to 12 Noon (EST) on Monday, March 30, 2009.

  • White Line Fever: Carmichael and #4 Oakley Chevy Trucks Around Martinsville

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    Posted over 5 years ago by Eric Johnson

    Just three races into his rookie season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, Ricky Carmichael was hit from behind, sent spinning into a multi-car wreck and placed an ill-deserved 24th on the 2.5-mile Daytona superspeedway, was eighth at the 2.0-mile Auto Club Speedway D-oval in Fontana, California and was, due to no fault of his own, crashed at 180 miles per hour-plus on the 1.54 mile Atlanta Motor Speedway. But now comes round four of the series: The Kroger 250. A 250-lap, 131.5-mile race staged on Martinsville Speedway, a 0.5276-mile, 12-degree banked oval, it is the smallest at oldest track in all of NASCAR. Words by Eric Johnson

  • Daytona 500

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    Posted over 5 years ago by Sheldon O'Connell

    Stewart won the Camping World 300 on Saturday, holding off the always aggressive Kyle Busch on the final lap for the thrilling victory. at the Daytona International Speedway. Oakley’s Clint Bowyer placed third.

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