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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Clint Bowyer
NASCAR President Mike Helton believes the series took appropriate action against those involved in a cheating scandal before the start of the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship.
When NASCAR drivers gathered in Las Vegas last year to celebrate the end of the season, Jeff Gordon thought Clint Bowyer's rage toward him might have eased in the two weeks following an on-track spin and an off-track melee between their crews.
Martin Truex Jr. had his spot in the Sprint Cup championship taken away and lost his ride for next season after NASCAR determined his team manipulated the finish of a race to get him there.
As Jeff Gordon crossed the finish line at Martinsville Speedway to pick up his first win of the season, the chemistry was clicking between the No. 24 crew.
Clint Bowyer fielded fan questions for nearly 30 minutes Monday at the NASCAR Hall of Fame, where the topics covered everything from his recent appearance on an episode of "Duck Dynasty" to his displeasure with people who text while driving.
Michael Waltrip Racing will run only two full-time cars next season because of the loss of sponsor NAPA, part of the fallout from its attempts to manipulate a race to get Martin Truex Jr. into the Chase.
Clint Bowyer sent out a warning on Twitter to daredevil Nick Wallenda before his tightrope walk Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Clint Bowyer slid out of his No. 15 car in the parking lot of BB's Lawnside BBQ, just south of downtown Kansas City, and greeted good buddy Guy Fieri with a hearty handshake.
It was easy for Kevin Harvick to remember what transpired the last time he sat on the pole.
Michael Waltrip Racing is still seeking a sponsorship boost from 5-Hour Energy.
Ryan Newman used a track-record lap to fuel his run at a championship.
Everything could have been handled better from the moment Clint Bowyer spun at Richmond to trigger the biggest credibility crisis in NASCAR history.
Rick Hendrick said he'd never seen the NASCAR brass reverse an important ruling during his 30-plus years in the sport.
Facing the biggest credibility crisis in its long history, NASCAR issued a stern warning to its drivers and teams Saturday and said it won't tolerate any more attempts to alter the outcome of races.
Jeff Gordon was added to the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship Friday when NASCAR chairman Brian France used his power to make an unprecedented expansion to the field after two separate investigations into radio chatter revealed numerous instances of race manipulation.
"That (Richmond) was my own doing, but what happened at Phoenix lasted a whole other year," Bowyer said. "To put the magnitude of the situations, somehow (Richmond) went away in a month, and (Phoenix) lasted a whole year."
"That's a divorce and then you wake up and realize that you have got to live with them for three more weeks," Bowyer said.