Clint Bowyer is one of the most adored and loved professionals in the world of car racing. Competing in a host of different series and racing events has seen his popularity go on a steady rise over the past few years.
Motocross was his arena and he went on to conquer it with as many as 200 wins along with championships in the 8 years that followed.
In 1996, he began at the famous point Thunderhill Speedway located in the city of Mayetta, Kansas, racing street stocks. Over time, he was able to win the Modified Championship in 2000 after which he went professional in 2004 when he started out with NASCAR.
Clint’s professional break came in 2003 when he finished in 2nd place while racing for Nashville Superspeedway. Car owner Richard Childress offered him a job and he has pushed on ever since. In 2007, Clint won his first race at Sylvana 300 in 2007. Currently, he is a professional stock car race driver and has participated in a host of different series during his career; Busch Series, Xfinity Series, ARCA Remax Series and more.
Aside from his car racing career, Clint Bowyer is also a television personality in his own right, having appeared on episodes of popular television series A&E’s Duck Dynasty. He has also co-hosted episodes of the popular television show Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives. Sports and television have put Clint Bowyer under the spotlight and he has replied with his charitable work. He has also been a guest star on two episodes of Inside NASCAR.