There may not be a driver in the garage area happier to be headed to Bristol then Kansas native Clint Bowyer. Though he has never won at Bristol, Bowyer is good on the short tracks and he desperately needs something to change his luck around right now.
Right now, it's pretty good being Kasey Kahne. He is fifth in the points standings and one of four drivers for the top organization in the sport of NASCAR, Hendrick Motorsports. But as you might expect, Kahne wants more.
There is nothing like a little Saturday night racing and this week we get our first race under the lights of the season at the Texas Motor Speedway. As you might expect…Texas is big…Texas is fast and those are two things that drivers enjoy.
It’s back to work for Kansas native Clint Bowyer, as NASCAR gets back at this weekend after the Easter break. Bowyer is looking for a little good luck after the early season reset. He has had a series of tough break which has left him 18th in the points standing.
Tight spaces and short tempers, ah yes NASCAR is in Martinsville this weekend. The track is shaped like a paper clip which presents a unique challenge to drivers this week that will test their performance and their patience.
Clint Bowyer can’t seem to a break. I mean I know he’s not running in the top five and then having some sort of problem, but he has been a consistent top 15 car. But right on cue last week a late accident took him from battling for 15th, to a 30th place finish.
The last leg of NASCAR’s ‘West Coast Swing’ will take place Sunday when drivers take on the Auto Club Speedway. The California track is one many drivers say they enjoy, because it doesn’t have much mystery.
After a promising start to the season, Clint Bowyer has been in a little bit of a funk recently. A 24th place finish at Phoenix has caused the Kansas native to drop one more spot in the points standing to 15th.
Well the good news for Kansas native Clint Bowyer, he doesn’t have to go back to the Atlanta Motor Speedway. The Kansas native has not the best of luck in the Peach state. Bowyer ended up in a late accident while trying to nurse his car to the finish after some engine issues.
We all know Kansas native Clint Bowyer is a talker. Maybe that is why FOX has decided to make him one of the five active drivers it will put in the booth for its XFINITY series races this season. Bowyer will help call races for NASCAR’s second series at Auto Club Speedway and Charlotte Motor Speedway.
The last time Matt Kenseth won a pole at the Bristol Motor Speedway was 2005. He also won the race that year. The driver of the No. 20 Toyota is hoping that is a sign of things to come after he won the pole on Friday for Sunday’s Food City 500.
An appeals panel upheld the six race suspension of Richard Childress Racing Crew Chief Luke Lambert, tire technician James Bender and team engineer Philip Surgen after NASCAR said the No. 31 team tampered with tires.
Kansas native Clint Bowyer picks up another primary sponsor to fill out his schedule in 2015. Maxwell House will be on the hood of the number 15 car at Watkins Glen International, Pocono Raceway, Martinsville Speedway and the fall race at Texas Motor Speedway.
Even a pit road penalty was not going to hold back the number 11 machine of Denny Hamlin this weekend at Martinsville. Hamlin had to go the rear of the field about half way through the race after a tire got loose on pit road. But Hamlin and the 11 team simply regrouped and worked its way back through the field for its first victory of 2015.
Joey Logano may not be a name you think of when NASCAR heads to the short tracks, but the driver of the number 22 made a statement to try and change your mind on Friday. Logano put up a fast lap of 98.461 in the final round of qualifying on Friday to grab the pole for Sunday’s STP 500.
In his second race back after a three race suspension from NASCAR after domestic violence allegations, Kurt Busch posted a fast lap of 185.142 mph in the final round of qualifying and will lead the field to the green from the pole in Sunday’s race at Auto Club Speedway.
NASCAR driver Brian Vickers will have to once again step away from his number 55 car this weekend at Auto Club Speedway because blood clots he has been dealing with for some time now have returned. Vickers will have to go back on blood thinners to treat the clots and he can not race when on that medication.
Yes, the best car won Sunday’s CampingWorld.com 500 at Phoenix International Raceway — but one-man juggernaut Kevin Harvick had to hold off charging Jamie McMurray on the final restart with 12 laps left to notch his fourth straight victory at the one-mile track.
NASCAR has lifted the suspension of driver Kurt Busch and he will be allowed to return to the track this weekend. He must still complete the “Road to Recovery” requirements he must also continue to abide by legal requirements placed on him.
Retired NASCAR driver Kyle Petty will bring his 21st Annual Charity Mortorcycle ride though Kansas this season. Petty will drive from Colorado Springs to Hutchinson on May 7th and then from Hutch to Branson, Missouri on May 8th. The exact route he will take will be announced at a later date.
No rocking chairs for Jeff Gordon yet. After setting a new track record with a lap of 194.679 mph, Gordon won the pole for the Kolbalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. It’s his second pole in three races this season.
It may have been a cold and rainy day in Atlanta, but six-time champion Jimmie Johnson showed his team can still get red hot. Johnson led 92 laps in route to the victory, the 71st of his career and he earned his spot in the Chase for the Championship.
It appears Kurt Busch will not race in NASCAR anytime in the near future. Late Saturday evening Busch lost his final appeal of his indefinite suspension made to the National Motorsports Final Appeals Officer, Bryan Moss. Moss upheld Busch’s suspension.