By HEATHER WILLIAMS
1:04 AM CDT, September 19, 2012
Clint Bowyer was no good Sunday at Chicagoland, at times it seemed like the number 15 team was out to lunch, and yet they battled to a 10th place finish. Those are the kind of weekend's championships are built on.
Now the Sprint Cup series moves to New Hampshire for round two of the chase. And this is a track is arguably Bowyer's best (along with Talladega).
" We did okay in Chicago, not great, but just okay," said Bowyer. "New Hampshire -- we have a pretty damn good roll going to New Hampshire. I think we can win at New Hampshire and get things started off right."
If the Kansas' Kid's history is any indication, this is big opportunity, he has two wins, three wins, and five top ten's at the Magic Mile.
"I look at the short tracks and think the best opportunity to win races is on those short tracks," said Bowyer. "If we can do that and keep this buzz going at MWR (Michael Waltrip Racing), I think we can compete."
Bowyer heads into this weekend in sixth in the standings, 15 points behind points lead Brad Keselowski.
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