Why is Clint Bowyer retiring from NASCAR?

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Clint Bowyer is an American former professional stock car racing driver and commentator for NASCAR on Fox.

FORT WORTH, TEXAS – OCTOBER 28: Clint Bowyer, driver of the #14 Rush Truck Centers/Cummins Ford, waits on the grid prior to the NASCAR Cup Series Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 at Texas Motor Speedway on October 28, 2020 in Fort Worth, Texas. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

Clinton Edward Bowyer was born on May 30, 1979, in Emporia, Kansas, United States. He was raised by his parents Chris Bowyer and Jana Bowyer. He has two siblings including Andy Bowyer and Casey Bowyer. At age five, he started racing motocross and began racing street stocks at Thunderhill Speedway in Mayetta, Kansas in 1996.


Clint Bowyer won the Modified championship there in 2000. He started his NASCAR career in 2004 by finishing eighth in the ARCA Re/Max Series race at Daytona in the No. 7 Chevrolet for Scott Traylor. He competed in the NASCAR Cup Series from 2005 to 2020,

Clint Bowyer won the 2008 Nationwide Series championship driving for RCR. He became an analyst for Fox Sports’ NASCAR coverage after the 2020 season. He has made appearances on A&E’s Duck Dynasty in 2012 and co-hosted an episode of Diners, Drive-ins and Dives with Guy Fieri in 2015.

Clint Bowyer tied the knot with Lorra in April 2014. The couple is the parent of two children, Cash Aaron Bowyer (born October 1, 2014) and Presley Elizabeth Bowyer (born on December 9, 2016).

Why is Clint Bowyer retiring from NASCAR?

Clint Bowyer retired from NASCAR following the end of the 2020 season due to the opportunity he got to work for Fox.

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