Dale Earnhardt Jr & Clint Bowyer
* NOTE: References to Earnhardt , he , and him refer to the subject of this article, unless otherwise specified. Clint Bowyer (born May 30, 1979) is a NASCAR driver. He drives the #15 5 Hour Energy Toyota Camry in the Sprint Cup Series for Michael Waltrip Racing. /5
Dale Earnhardt Jr Clint Bowyer Jimmie Johnson Brad Keselowski Jeff Gordon Matt Kenseth Denny Hamlin Kevin Harvick Martin Truex Jr Kasey Kahne Greg Biffle Tony Stewart Kyle Busch Carl Edwards Joey Logano Sprint Cup Earnhardt Jr Kurt Busch Sprint Cup Series
Carl Edwards wins at Sonoma, Jeff Gordon finishes second, Dale Earnhardt Jr finishes 3rd and after a wreck, Clint Bowyer brings it home 10th! GOOD day overall for my drivers!
HERE'S YOUR LINE UP FOR VEGAS! BABY! 1. Joey Logano, Team Penske No. 22 Ford — Apparently wasn’t satisfied with starting second to his teammate last week. Proved it by winning pole. 2. Brad Keselowski, Team Penske No. 2 Ford — One of only three drivers to have top-fives in each of the first two races. Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jeff Gordon are the others. He’s in good company. 3. Clint Bowyer, Michael Waltrip Racing No. 15 Toyota — Bowyer wasn’t traditionally a strong qualifier at Vegas while at RCR. But started fifth there in 2012 in his first MWR season and then started second there last year when they lined up by 2013 points. 4. Austin Dillon, Richard Childress Racing No. 3 Chevrolet — His starting fourth certainly is a confidence boost after a finish of 24th last week at Phoenix. Running his third different paint scheme of the season this week, and will debut a fourth next week as team rotates sponsors. 5. Jimmie Johnson, Hendrick Motorsports No. 48 Chevrolet — Didn’t have a great test T ...
Don't understand NASCAR's proposed new points system? I'm here to explain! - Chase field goes from 12 drivers to 16 drivers. - An elimination system will be in place. After race & Drivers will be eliminated. -At race 10, the championship is Go or Go home, winner take all affair. -Points for wins will INCREASE, meaning if you win, you could get more points for it. Also, you automatically qualify for the chase. -Qualifying for the chase will be a "Win and your in" Scenario. This means as of 2013 points, Jeff Gordon, Clint Bowyer, Dale Earnhardt Jr., and Kurt Busch are all on the outside looking in. Carl Edwards, David Regan, Martin Truex Jr. Tony Stewart, and Brian Vickers would be IN the chase. Joey Lagono, who made the 13 chase, wouldn't need to have Spingate happen to make the chase. His win at Michigan would have guarenteed him a spot. - If 16 or more drivers win races, it goes from wins to points. Top 16 in points qualify for chase. Less than 16 winners, (I believe) would be settled by points. This is ...
Interviews with Clint Bowyer, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Martin Truex Jr. after the Federated Auto Parts 400. For more NASCAR news, check out:
Hamlin Wins Battle In Homestead as JJ Notches Sixth Title Racin' with Russ By RUSSELL SCHMIDT While the Gibbs Toyotas of Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin and Matt Kenseth were battling it out for the top spot, Jimmie Johnson was trying to hold on to his lead to claim his sixth NASCAR Cup title. In the closing laps of the Homestead race, Hamlin rose to the lead with Kenseth hanging for second with Dale Earnhardt Jr, Martin Truex Jr and Clint Bowyer capping the top five. Johnson certainly had some anxious moments during the latter stages of the race when he nearly got caught up in a few other peoples messes, only to slide down some 20 spots in the order. He rallied back to finish ninth, 19 points ahead of Kenseth in the 2013 title picture. The race itself was rather *** hum, a trend in 2013 for sure and I'm looking for changes next year to bring more action back into the sport. Most of the time the field was well spread out with little side-by-side scenarios. Some notes of interest: Johnson never led a lap, while r ...
Four 2012 race winners have ONE race left to continue streaks: four drivers that won a Sprint Cup Series race in 2012 have not won a race in 2013 with only one race left in the 2013 season. Hamlin has won at least one race in seven straight seasons, the list of drivers looking to extend their streaks: seasons with at least a win, driver, track/date that continued streak, time period of streak 7, Denny Hamlin, Phoenix, March 2012 [2006-2012] 3, Clint Bowyer, Sonoma, June 2012 [2010-2012] 2, Marcos Ambrose, Watkins Glen, August 2012 [2011-2012] 1, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Michigan, June 2012 
Dale Earnhardt Jr on the difference between him and Clint Bowyer: "The difference was I admitted it."
... they even left the viewer with the impression that Clint Bowyer was spun by Dale Earnhardt Jr. Take his points away! ;)
After last night's victory at Daytona, Jimmie Johnson has a 49 point lead in the Sprint Cup standings. Emporia's Clint Bowyer sits in 2nd place, and Carl Edwards, Kevin Harvick, and Dale Earnhardt Jr round out the top 5. NASCAR heads to Loudon, NH next weekend.
Here are the standings as of the Race 18, the Coke Zero 400: 1st: Jimmie Johnson - 658 2nd: Clint Bowyer - 609 3rd: Carl Edwards - 587 4th: Kevin Harvick - 585 5th: Dale Earnhardt Jr. - 548
Here is the Top 5 in Sprint Cup points after tonight's Coke-Zero 400! Next week were off to Loudon and it will be TNT's final race coverage. Then its ESPN. WAY TO GO JIMMIE!!! -Tyler 1. Jimmie Johnson LEADER 2. Clint Bowyer -49 3. Carl Edwards -71 4. Kevin Harvick -73 5. Dale Earnhardt Jr. -110
Wild Card WATCH: The defending champ, Brad Keselowski, must be champing at the bit for a victory this season. Among the drivers currently in the 10 guaranteed Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup spots, Clint Bowyer and Dale Earnhardt Jr. are the only ones other than Brad Keselowski who have not made a trip to Victory Lane in 2013. The advantage for Bowyer and Earnhardt Jr., though, is that they have 75- and 26-point cushions, respectively, between themselves and Martin Truex Jr., who is in 10th place (up three spots from last week) after his victory on Sunday at Sonoma Raceway in the Toyota/Save Mart 350. Meanwhile, Keselowski’s lead over Truex Jr. is as slim as it gets at one point. One more big slip like he had in the Coca-Cola 600 when a late-race wreck with Danica Patrick and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. led to a 36th-place finish and Keselowski, who is ninth in the standings, could be on the outside looking in when it comes to the Chase -- even for a Wild Card berth. Some might say Keselowski has a built-in exc ...
While she's pulling Dale Earnhardt Jr. I am pulling for Clint Bowyer
NASCAR: Dale Earnhardt Jr., the new Sprint Cup points leader, asks for small changes at Fontana(topix)
It was Dale Earnhardt Jr., Joey Logano, Clint Bowyer, Kyle Busch, Jimmy Johnson & so many more. Joel & Kayden I wish u would of went it was great.
If you were of the betting persuasion, who would you throw down cash on to win this weekend's race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway? Current odds to win the Kobalt Tools 400 (via vegasinsider.com): Jimmie Johnson at 6/1 ; Kyle Busch, Brad Keselowski, Tony Stewart & Denny Hamlin all at 8/1; Carl Edwards & Jeff Gordon at 10/1; Greg Biffle & Dale Earnhardt Jr. at 12/1; Kevin Harvick, Clint Bowyer, Kasey Kahne & Matt Kenseth at 15/1; the rest of the field is greater than 30/1.
UPDATE: With a $1 million payday, the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway already offers the richest per-mile winner's purse in motorsports at more than $7,400 for each mile raced. But this year, the pot gets even sweeter with the introduction of Bruton's Big Bonus. When NASCAR's best take to the high banks of the legendary 1.5-mile superspeedway, drivers will have a million more reasons stay up front from the first green flag until the checkered falls. If one driver wins all four 20-lap segments and bests the field in the final 10-lap shootout, he will double his winnings and take home Bruton's Big Bonus of an additional $1 million. The May 18 NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race will consist of 90 total laps; four 20-lap segments followed by a mandatory four-tire pit stop and a 10-lap sprint to the big-money finish. Drivers currently eligible for the 2013 NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race are Marcos Ambrose, Greg Biffle, Clint Bowyer, Kurt Busch, Kyle Busch, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Carl Edwards, Jeff G ...
In preparation for tonight's big announcement about the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race, click the link in the comment section to watch our TV spot with Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Denny Hamlin, Clint Bowyer and Richard Petty.
Jimmie Johnson wins the 2013 Daytona 500. Dale Earnhardt Jr. finished 2nd, Mark Martin 3rd. Pole Sitter Danica Patrick finished 8th (after being 3rd when the final lap started), with Clint Bowyer 11th, and Carl Edwards 33rd. Any thoughts from our FB friends on the first race of the 2013 Nascar Sprint Cup Series, and especially the top 10 finish by Danica Patrick? aw
The green flag drops on the Daytona 500 at 1 p.m. ET on Fox. We will be cheering for Wrangler guy, Dale Earnhardt Jr., who will you be cheering for?
This was a random image, but it was super cute! "Daniel Clark, 6, wearing a Clint Bowyer t-shirt gets an up close look at the new Gen6 Chevrolet SS No 88 car of Dale Earnhardt Jr. during NASCAR day Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013, in Jacksonville, Fla. The event is part a multi-city media blitz introducing the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Chevrolet SS, Ford Fusion and Toyota Camry race cars. (AP Photo/The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack) MAGS OUT. TV OUT"
Earnhardt Jr, HARVICK, PATRICK AMONG DRIVERS TAKING PART IN FOOD CITY RACE NIGHT AT BMS MARCH 15 BRISTOL, Tenn. (Monday, Feb. 18, 2013) – The ever-popular Food City Race Night, one of NASCAR’s largest and most successful fan events, features some of racing’s biggest stars at the free festivities Friday, March 15 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Drivers expected to take part in Food City Race Night include Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kevin Harvick, Danica Patrick, Denny Hamlin, Matt Kenseth, Greg Biffle, Joey Logano, Clint Bowyer, Austin and Ty Dillon, Kasey Kahne, Trevor Bayne, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Justin Allgaier, Brian Vickers and Brian Scott, to name a few. Earnhardt Jr., Harvick, Hamlin and Kahne all are scheduled to sign autographs while Austin, Ty and Mike Dillon, along with Bowyer and Vickers, are among personalities scheduled to put their competitive natures to the test with a variety of games held on stage. Wii Boxing, the anchor event at Food City Race Night, returns with four-time defending champion E ...
Loving the new Nascar commercials!!! Even though the Blue Deuce is my car...really loving Carl Edwards' new commercial and Clint Bowyer comes in second.
ESPN Video: Jeff Gordon talks to Ray Evernham about his 2012 season, relationship with Clint Bowyer, winning series title in 2001, and looks ahead to the 2013 season.
NOTES FROM THE NASCAR NATION: While we've all been enjoying the SPEED Channel's live coverage of the Pre Season Thunder test sessions from Daytona, some hard working numbers crunchers, from the "Las Vegas Insider.Com" has been very busy analyzing which driver is going to win the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship. The LVI has reached the conclusion that "Jimmie Five Time" is going to become "Jimmie Six Pack" by next November. 5 to 1 odds: Jimmie Johnson. 8 to 1: Brad Keselowski, Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch and Kasey Kahne. 10 to 1: Matt Kenseth, Tony Stewart and Jeff Gordon. 12 to 1: Greg Biffle, Clint Bowyer and Carl Edwards. 15 to 1: Martin Truex Jr and Dale Earnhardt Jr. 20 to 1: Kevin Harvick. 40 to 1: Joey Logano. 60 to 1: Ryan Newman. 100 to 1: Kurt Busch. 200 to 1: Marcos Ambrose and Paul Menard. 300 to 1: Danica Patrick, Aric Almirola, Ricky Stenhouse Jr, Juan Pablo Montoya, Jamie Mcmurray and Jeff Burton. Any drivers not on the list are automatically listed in the "others" category at 50 to 1 odds ...
DRIVER QUOTE FOR THE DAY .“I would like to hear a good excuse to be honest with you because I’m sure it would be laughable.” — Dale Earnhardt Jr. on David Reutimann Ryan Newman continued Stewart-Haas’s winning ways a week later. But at the expense of a few of his competitors after he shoved Clint Bowyer into turn one and he made it three-wide resulting in a wreck. Some, however, were upset there even was a restart because no one had any idea why Reutimann was limping around the track, eventually coming to a stop, instead of heading for pit road.
NASCAR 2012 year in review: My top five most jaw-dropping moments: A.J. Allmendinger fails a drug test, has to sit out. Dale Earnhardt Jr. sits out two weeks with a concussion. Tony Stewart throws his helmet at Matt Kenseth. The Jeff Gordon/Clint Bowyer battle royale. Juan Pablo Montoya causes a fiery explosion and starts the actual track on fire by crashing into a jet dryer during the Daytona 500
Brad Keselowski won points champion! :) and my men Clint Bowyer got 2nd and Dale Earnhardt Jr. got 10th (: very good race (:
For people going on and on about Jeff Gordon walling Clint Bowyer this last weekend. Now, when Tony Stewart puts a guy in the wall, that guy had it coming. Same with Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kyle Busch, Brad Keselowski, etc. But when Jeff Gordon does it, it's all OMG, that guy's an *** Get over yourselves. Bowyer had it coming. The only thing I would fault Gordon on in the situation is that he waited too long. Gordon should've walled his *** the first time instead of letting himself get run over all season.
Race of 10 for the 2012 Nascar Sprint Cup Championship was run today at Phoenix, Arizona. Jeff Gordon and Clint Bowyer get together on the track. While the white flag was coming out, Jeff Gordon retaliated and a BIG HUGE fight broke out between Jeff Gordon and his crew and Clint Bowyers crew. The points leader is currently Brad Keselowski. This is the points standing as of this week however, NASCAR may have some changes due to the premeditated retaliation by Jeff Gordon and the ensuing altercation. RANK DRIVER POINTS POS +/- 1. Brad Keselowski 2371 +1 2 .Jimmie Johnson 2351 -1 3. Kasey Kahne 2321 +1 4. Clint Bowyer 2320 -1 5. Denny Hamlin 2309 +2 6. Matt Kenseth 2297 -1 7. Greg Biffle 2293 +3 8. Kevin Harvick 2285 +3 9. Tony Stewart 2283 -1 10. Jeff Gordon 2281 -4 11. Martin Truex 2261 -2 12. Dale Earnhardt Jr. 2211 Same
...Clint Bowyer, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kurt Busch, Kevin Harvick and Greg Biffle comprised the remainder of the top-10.
The 7th of 10 Chase for the Championship race was run today at Martinsville, VA WITH Dale Earnhardt Jr. back in his racecar. He ran a very good race running in the top 10 most of the race until getting caught up in an accident that was not his fault. He finished 21st . Point standing got jumbled this week. Current point standings are as follows: RANK DRIVER POINTS POS +/- 1. Jimmie Johnson 2291 +1 2. Brad Keselowski 2289 -1 3. Clint Bowyer 2265 +1 4. Kasey Kahne 2262 +1 5. Denny Hamlin 2242 -2 6. Jeff Gordon 2237 +2 7. Martin Truex 2238 -1 8. Matt Kenseth 2225 +1 9. Greg Biffle 2 +2 10. Tony Stewart 2220 -3 11. Kevin Harvick 2203 -1 12. Dale Earnhardt Jr. 2151 Same
Clint Bowyer holding off some big names right now: Jimmie Johnson (2nd), Jeff Gordon (3rd), Dale Earnhardt Jr. (4th) and Kasey Kahne (5th).
Clint Bowyer wins the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte last night. Bowyer now has 3 wins this and 8 wins for his career. Finally a close finish in a NASCAR race. Bowyer beat 2nd place finisher Denny Hamlin 0.417 seconds. Hamlin pretty much caught Bowyer and needed probably 1 more lap to make things interesting. Jimmie Johnson finished 3rd and Greg Biffle finished 4th. Much better racing than Talladega. Some real close racing at about 190MPH. No huge packs tonight. Last night's race was the 1st race without an Earnhardt in it since 1979. Dale Earnhardt Jr. is sitting out 2 races due to a concussion that he got during a tire test at Kansas on Aug.29 and he aggravated things during that 25 car wreck at Talladega last Sunday. Regan Smith drove for Earnhardt.
Jimmie Johnson is on the pole with a lap of 182.865 mph. Aric Almirola, Matt Kenseth, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Carl Edwards. Kasey Kahne, Regan Smith, Denny Hamlin, Clint Bowyer and Joey Logano round out the top 10
Johnson starts his quest for a sixth title from the top starting spot, with the rest of the Chase drivers spread through the field behind him. Matt Kenseth (182.334 mph) will start behind Johnson from the third position. Dale Earnhardt Jr. (182.070 mph) qualified fourth, with Hendrick Motorsports teammate Kasey Kahne (181.971 mph) directly behind him on the grid in sixth. The remaining eight Chase drivers start as follows: Denny Hamlin (eighth), Clint Bowyer (ninth), Brad Keselowski (13th), Martin Truex Jr. (18th), Jeff Gordon (19th), Greg Biffle (22nd), defending Cup champion Tony Stewart (29th) and Kevin Harvick (35th).
The 2012 Chase For The Sprint Cup! Denny Hamlin 2012 Jimmie Johnson 2009 Tony Stewart 2009 Brad Keselowski 2009 Greg Biffle 2006 Clint Bowyer 2006 Dale Earnhardt Jr 2003 Matt Kenseth 2003 Kevin Harvick 2000 Martin Truex Jr 2000 Kasey Kahne 2000 Jeff Gordon 2000 Ready for next week at Chicago to kick it all off! Maybe in 10 weeks the Budweiser Chevy will be on the front stretch at Homestead with Harv acceptin his Sprint Cup Trophy! But my bros Cameron and Zak are huge Dale Jr fans so i guess if somethin happened to Kev i wouldnt mind him gettin it (; but first and foremost, Go Kevin Harvick
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is having a good day. He's 10th and has moved up 10 spots since the start. Clint Bowyer (21st) up 12 spots.
Kahne makes 'magic' at New Hampshire: Clint Bowyer ran third, followed by Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Brad Keselowski...
Loudon NH update: Kyle Busch has won his first pole position of the season by edging Kasey Kahne. Rounding out the top 10 were Martin Truex Jr., Clint Bowyer, Ryan Newman, Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Tony Stewart. :-})
Matt Kenseth is confident his upcoming move is the "right thing to do" and Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Clint Bowyer discuss the challenges of changing teams.
Earnhardt Jr. ends drought with win in Michigan: Dale Earnhardt Jr. (88) leads Jeff Gordon (24) and Clint Bowyer...
Sports in brief: Kevin Harvick, Matt Kenseth, Dale Earnhardt Jr., and Clint Bowyer rounded out the top five. GOL...
A great day at the Monster Mile in Dover, DE! Didn't want to see Jimmy Johnsom win, but he was dominant! A great finish for my drivers Kevin Harvick - 2nd, Dale Earnhardt Jr - 4th, Clint Bowyer - 5th and Martin Truex - 7th!
I am waiting for NASCAR chit eating contest. Of the winless drivers in the top 10 in the standings, who will be next to stand in Victory Lane? Clint Bowyer 112 3% Dale Earnhardt Jr. 1318 40% Kevin Harvick 599 18% Jimmie Johnson 1092 33% Martin Truex Jr. 167 5% Total Votes: 3288
"The leader on the last lap isn't supposed to win at Talladega, but Brad Keselowski was able to keep Kyle Busch behind him for his second victory at the 2.66-mile track." Matt Kenseth, who led the field to the final restart on Lap 193, was third, followed by Kasey Kahne and points leader Greg Biffle. Clint Bowyer, David Ragan, Trevor Bayne, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jeff Burton completed the top 10.
My picks for today's race at Talladega: Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Clint Bowyer.
20 -- Twenty races at Talladega have been decided by a last-lap pass (second only to Daytona's 23), including nine of the past 13 and the past four. Clint Bowyer, Jimmie Johnson, Dale Earnhardt and Cale Yarborough have the most last-lap wins, with two each. Three drivers were passed twice each: Earnhardt, Darrell Waltrip and Buddy Baker. Seven drivers have both won and lost on a last-lap pass: Johnson, Earnhardt, Waltrip, Kevin Harvick, Jeff Gordon, Brian Vickers and Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Ok folks. We are at Dega Superspeedway!!! The two drivers I am looking at to find Victory Lane, Clint Bowyer in the 15 Univ. of Alabama 2012 National Championship Toyota and Dale Earnhardt Jr. in the National Gaurd 88 Chevy. Hendrick Motorsports look good this weekend to get the 200 win. But watch out for the Fords!
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