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Kyle Busch Infamously Smashed a $25,000 Guitar at Nashville Superspeedway but Was Also Involved in the Track’s Most Famous Wreck With Clint Bowyer

As far as NASCAR villains are concerned, it’s probably safe to say that Kyle Busch would be at or near the top of just about everyone’s list. Throughout his career, Busch has often been a sore loser in defeat and has also been an arrogant winner in victory. And that trait was on full display in Victory Lane following a Nationwide Series (now Xfinity Series) win at Nashville Superspeedway in 2009 when he smashed the guitar trophy valued at $25,000, although there’s a little more to the story than people realize.
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Clint Bowyer Candidly Admits He Was ‘Super Bummed’ Working With Jeff Gordon and Fox This Season

Clint Bowyer has blended in well with Jeff Gordon and Mike Joy in the Fox broadcast booth covering the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season. While Bowyer has provided an injection of energy into the weekly telecast, it hasn’t come without some personal heartache. The former driver-turned-broadcaster candidly admitted in a recent interview to a moment this year when he was “super bummed” to be working with Gordon and the Fox team.
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Kyle Busch and Clint Bowyer Go Toe-to-Toe and Take Multiple Shots at Each Other During FS1 Prerace Show at Sonoma

Kyle Busch and Clint Bowyer have a history together. Earlier this year, Bowyer fired a shot at Busch and his young son during an episode of NASCAR Race Hub. On Sunday before the NASCAR Cup Series race at Sonoma, Busch appeared as a guest on the prerace show and talked about his chances of winning on the road course. At the conclusion of the interview, the driver and former driver ended it with a bang, firing multiple shots at each other before going to a commercial break.
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NASCAR: Clint Bowyer Riding High on Chase Elliott Heading into Charlotte Race Weekend

Former NASCAR driver Clint Bowyer has pinpointed Chase Elliott as the driver to beat this weekend at the Coca-Cola 600 in Charlotte, NC. As a former NASCAR driver for 15 years, Bowyer has an eye for this sort of thing. Elliott pulled off a huge win at the EchoPark Texas Grand Prix this past weekend. However, Bowyer thinks the No. 9 crew can make it back to back wins on Sunday.
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How one NASCAR fan won an RV from Clint Bowyer by playing FOX Super 6

Joe Driscoll is a rather private guy, living in Eutawville, South Carolina, a peaceful, quiet town roughly an hour's drive from Charleston. As a drag racer in the 1970s and a mechanic by trade, Driscoll worked his way up the corporate ladder at UPS, where he retired after a 30-year career as the company's East Region Automotive Coordinator, managing a massive fleet. Throughout his corporate career, Joe has stayed connected to motorsports but has never won anything – until last month’s NASCAR Cup race from Talladega.
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Clint Bowyer Makes Offensive Remark About Weight of Fans During Fox NASCAR Broadcast: ‘Thank God I Didn’t Charge by the Chin in That Picture’

Since Clint Bowyer joined the Fox NASCAR Cup Series broadcast team to start the 2021 season, he’s never shied away from sharing his honest feelings. It’s often entertaining as he and Jeff Gordon banter back and forth throughout much of the race broadcast, often making jokes at the other’s expense.
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Clint Bowyer Drops Truth Bomb on Former Stewart-Haas Teammate Kevin Harvick and Stuns Brad Keselowski in the Process

For NASCAR fans who like variety, the 2021 Cup Series season has lived up to the billing of “best season ever.” Through the first 12 races, 10 drivers have earned trips to victory lane. However, all the talk of 16 different drivers winning races and earning the available playoff spots has lost steam in recent weeks, with Martin Truex Jr. becoming the first driver to win multiple times, including a pair of victories in the last five races.
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Jeff Gordon Teams With Parents of Clint Bowyer and Absolutely Humiliate Him During Fox Prerace Show, Including Story of Losing to Girl in Wrestling

Clint Bowyer has seamlessly blended in with the Fox NASCAR broadcast team since joining full-time at the start of the 2021 Cup Series season. Bowyer and Jeff Gordon bring varied driver perspectives and have developed an entertaining on-air rapport, which often includes taking opposing viewpoints and taking shots at each other.
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Clint Bowyer Fielded Some Hard-Hitting Questions Before Taking NASCAR TV Job

Clint Bowyer retired from racing after the 2020 season and took a job as a NASCAR analyst for Fox Sports. He’s been a success, teaming with motorsports legend Jeff Gordon in the booth. Before he made his broadcasting debut, the tables were turned on Bowyer. He was the interviewee and not the interviewer, and those asking the hard-hitting questions were his two young kids.
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Clint Bowyer Once Found Himself ‘Trapped’ in Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s Basement After a Night of Partying: ‘It’s Like Fort Knox Locked Me In’

During his time in the world of motorsports, Clint Bowyer has seen just about everything possible. As a driver, he spent 15 years on the Cup Series circuit; in retirement, he’s moved upstairs into the broadcast booth. Some of his more unique experiences, however, took place away from the track. Take, for example, an evening at Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s house.
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Fox’s Mike Joy Offends Clint Bowyer, Immediately Apologizes, and Then Hears About It From Jeff Gordon and Bowyer

After a 16-year career on the NASCAR Cup Series, Clint Bowyer called it quits last season and moved up to the Fox broadcast booth for 2021 to cover the sport with Mike Joy and Jeff Gordon. Through five races, the trio has worked well together, with Joy calling the action and Gordon and Bowyer offering their insights from a driver’s perspective.