What Is Clint Bowyer Worth?
Clint Bowyer's Net Worth is $30 Million
In 2004, Bowyer started by completing eighth in the ARCA Remax arrangement race at Daytona in the No. 7 Chevrolet for Gerhart. In 2004 Bowyer started running in the Busch Series for Childress, sharing seat time in the No. 21 Chevrolet with Kevin Harvick.
Bowyer’s first full Busch season was in 2005, supplanting Ron Hornaday in the No. 2 Chevrolet. He won two posts and two races on the way to a moment put completely to rehash champion Martin Truex, Jr., losing by just 68 focuses. He likewise made his NEXTEL Cup make a big appearance in the No. 33 Chevy on April 23, 2005, amid the Subway Fresh 500 at Phoenix International Raceway. He completed 22nd as the principal auto one lap down. Richard Childress Racing reported on October 15, 2005, that Bowyer would race the No. 07 Chevrolet full-time in the NEXTEL Cup arrangement, substituting Dave Blaney for the 2006 season.
In the wake of beginning the 2007 season with a last-lap crash at Daytona (crossing the end goal topsy-turvy and ablaze as colleague Kevin Harvick won), Bowyer won the Budweiser Pole position for the Dodge Avenger 500 at Darlington Raceway.
In 2008, Bowyer kept on driving in the Cup and Nationwide Series full-time. Bowyer commanded the late phases of the Daytona 500, however, was spun out by Juan Pablo Montoya with 17 laps remaining. On May 3, 2008, Bowyer earned his second Sprint Cup triumph, winning the Crown Royal Presents the Dan Lowry 400 at Richmond International Speedway. Bowyer drove just two laps, heading off to the front after Dale Earnhardt, Jr. what’s more, Kyle Busch got together with under four laps staying in the race.
Bowyer focused principally on the Sprint Cup Series in 2009 and drove the No. 33 Chevrolet Impala to fifteenth place in the season standings. Bowyer trimmed his interest in the Nationwide arrangement to 12 races yet performed well, winning at Daytona (July 3) and Dover (September 26), competing in the Top 5 of every 6 of the 12 races and scoring 8 Top 10s.
In 2010, Bowyer drove the No. 33 Chevrolet Impala.
Bowyer began the 2011 season solid in the Budweiser shootout hone sessions, and he and his partners routinely sat over the arch. In the race, he and Jeff Burton drove many laps however blurred to tenth toward the end (ninth because of Denny Hamlin being punished for going underneath the yellow line).
The 2012 season denoted a fresh start for Bowyer as he moved from Richard Childress Racing to Michael Waltrip Racing, marking a 3-year bargain. Enhancements at Michael Waltrip Racing with the expansion of previous RCR executive of rivalry Scott Miller and veteran driver Mark Martin as a partner converted into Bowyer’s best season factually in the Sprint Cup Series.
Bowyer began 2013 by taking part the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona, driving a Ferrari 458 with AF Corse/Michael Waltrip Racing. The group completed sixteenth by and large and seventh in class.
Bowyer did not take part in the Sprint Unlimited as he didn’t win a post amid the 2013 season. His season began on a wild note when Bowyer was associated with a last-lap crash in race 2 in the Budweiser Duels, with Bowyer’s auto being sent airborne and playing out a barrel move before arriving on its wheels.
Bowyer began off the season with a best 10 at Daytona. In spite of having a couple of best tens consistently, on August 19 it was declared that Bowyer and MWR will go separate ways after the season closes, with MWR not handling full-time groups in 2016.
Bowyer began the season on a low note completing 33rd after a free wheel at Daytona. Bowyer battled at Atlanta with his auto down a barrel completing 35th.
With Tony Stewart’s retirement, Bowyer moved from the No. 15 HSM Chevy to the No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford Fusion. Bowyer began the season with a second place complete on the second Can-Am Duel. Bowyer got his initially top ten in Las Vegas with a tenth place wrap up.
Clint Bowyer Biography
Clint Bowyer conceived May 30, 1979, in Emporia, Kansas. He is an American expert stock auto dashing driver. He right now contends full-time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 14 Ford Fusion for Stewart-Haas Racing. Preceding driving for Stewart-Haas Racing, he drove for HScott Motorsports for one year, Michael Waltrip Racing for a long time, Richard Childress Racing for a long time, and won the 2008 Nationwide Series title.
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