Clint Bowyer Profile, Bio, Wiki
Clint Bowyer is an American former professional stock car racing driver working for FOX Sports. He is thrilled to work with the FOX Sports team.
Clint Bowyer Career
Bowyer serves at FOX Sports as an analyst for FOX Sports’ NASCAR CUP SERIES coverage alongside Jeff Gordon and Mike Joy. Bowyer took on an expanded FOX NASCAR broadcasting role as an analyst for multiple NASCAR XFINITY SERIES and NASCAR CAMPING WORLD TRUCK SERIES races in his final season of NASCAR competition in 2020, in addition to FOX Sports’ debut season of the NASCAR iRACING PRO INVITATIONAL SERIES.
This expanded TV role followed several years of duties as a driver analyst for FOX NASCAR’s annual “Drivers Only” NASCAR XFINITY SERIES race telecasts and select Xfinity races. Bowyer was a member of the original “Drivers Only” broadcast crew in 2017, alongside Kevin Harvick and Joey Logano. He had a successful NASCAR career with some of the sport’s most prestigious teams, winning 10 NASCAR CUP SERIES races as well as the 2008 NASCAR XFINITY SERIES championship, eight Xfinity wins, and three NASCAR CAMPING WORLD TRUCK SERIES races.
Bowyer began his NASCAR career at Richard Childress Racing, where he competed in 17 NASCAR XFINITY SERIES races in 2004 before completing a full season in 2005 and 2006. Bowyer first caught Childress’s attention during a 2003 ARCA MENARDS SERIES race at Nashville Superspeedway, where he led 47 laps and finished runner-up. Soon after, Childress, who was watching the race from home, offered Bowyer a ride, and the driver left his Kansas car dealership job for North Carolina and the NASCAR XFINITY SERIES.
After three Xfinity wins and finishing second and third in points in 2005 and 2006, respectively, RCR named him a full-time NASCAR CUP SERIES driver in 2006. His first Cup Series victory came in September 2007 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, and he finished third in the point standings. Bowyer continued to compete in both series for RCR, winning the NASCAR XFINITY SERIES in 2008. From 2004 to 2011, he won eight Xfinity Series races and five NASCAR Cup Series races at RCR.
Bowyer replaced three-time champion Tony Stewart at Stewart-Haas Racing in 2017. Bowyer finished the season in 11th place, just one spot out of the NASCAR playoffs. He began racing dirt bikes in his home state of Kansas before moving on to stock cars. He began racing motocross in 1985 and has since won over 200 races and several championships. In his hometown of Emporia, Kan., he also owns a car dealership where he previously worked as a lot attendant, dent specialist, and detailer. In 2008, he founded a dirt Late Model team that won the 2014 Lucas Oil Late Model Series championship. With a donation from The 79 Fund, his charitable fund, he built the Clint Bowyer Community Building in 2012. The street where the Bowyer family’s towing business is located was renamed “Hon. ClintBowyer Boulevard” in 2012.
Quick Facts About Clint Bowyer
|Full Name||Clint Bowyer|
|Age||42 years old as of 2021|
|Net Worth||$1 million -$5 Million|
Clint Bowyer Age, Birthday / How old is Clint Bowyer?
Bowyer is 42 years old as of 2021. He was born Clinton Edward Bowyer on May 30, 1979, in Emporia, Kansas. He celebrates his birthday on May 30 every year.
Clint Bowyer Height, measurements
How tall is Clint Bowyer? Bowyer stands at a height of 6 feet 0 inches (1.83 m).
Clint Bowyer Family, parents, brothers
Bowyer is the son of Jana Bowyer and Chris Bowyer. He has two brothers; Casey Bowyer and Andy Bowyer.
Clint Bowyer’s Wife, Wedding, Children
Bowyer married Lorra in April 2014. They announced a few weeks after their wedding that they were expecting their first child together, a boy. Their son Cash Aaron Bowyer was born on October 1, 2014. Bowyer and his wife announced on June 15, 2016, that they are expecting their second child. Lorra, his wife, gave birth to a healthy baby girl named Presley Elizabeth on December 9, 2016.
Clint Bowyer Salary
Being one of the top reporters for FOX Sports, Bowyer earns an annual salary ranging from $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.
Clint Bowyer’s Net Worth
Bowyer has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as a journalist.
Clint Bowyer FOX Sports
At FOX Sports Bowyer works alongside;
- Jon Paul Morosi
- Curt Menefee
- Urban Meyer
- Matt Millen
- Chris Myers
- Howie Long
- Donny Marshall
- Brandon Marshall
- Jamie McMurray
- Mark Schlereth
- Ken Rosenthal
- Bob Pockrass
- AJ Pierzynski
- Kristina Pink