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Clint Bowyer went into Phoenix with a small chance of still being able to win the Sprint Cup Series Championship… but instead left being completely out of contention, -52 points behind leader Brad Keselowski in fourth place. Bowyer finished the race in 28th position. Jeff Gordon and Bowyer got into it during Sunday’s AdvoCare500 at Phoenix International Raceway on lap 305. No caution was called. A few moments later, Bowyer was being warned that Gordon was still on the track and was waiting for him. “Next thing I know Brett (Griffin) is telling me on the radio that he’s waiting on me. It makes us all look like a [...]
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Following retaliation by Jeff Gordon on Clint Bowyer that resulted in a wreck, the pit crews of the two drivers settled things in the garage the ol' fashioned way.
No matter what happens, you don't retaliate with race cars. I said it for years as a crew chief and now for 12 years as a broadcaster.
Well, Sunday at Phoenix International Raceway, Jeff Gordon did just that.
What started out as a personal vendetta against Clint Bowyer affected more than the two of them. I realize that was not the first incident between them when they initially...
CLINT BOWYER, No. 15 5-hour ENERGY Toyota Camry, Michael Waltrip Racing Finishing Position: 28th
What happened between you and Jeff Gordon?
"I mean the racing -- it's just a shame. The last person in the world you want to get into anything with is Jeff Gordon on the race track. I mean, you're down there racing, the track's extremely slick, we're all on...
While hockey may still be locked out, NASCAR filled the needs of fighting-starved fans on Sunday at the conclusion of the AdvoCare 500.
Clint Bowyer scraped Jeff Gordon‘s car, and the four-time NASCAR champion was less than pleased. On the second-to-last lap, Gordon directed Bowyer towards the wall, resulting in a crash that caused the race to be finished under caution. Kevin...
Clint Bowyer's Michael Waltrip Racing crew went on the offensive Sunday afternoon after an on-track clash between their driver and Jeff Gordon. The crew members erupted into a brawl in the Phoenix International Raceway garage area with members of Gordon's team.
Monday afternoon, Michael Waltrip Racing issued a statement concerning the actions of Bowyer's team.
The crew teams belonging to Jeff Gordon and Clint Bowyer were quite upset at each other after their leading men were unable to make more left turns Sunday. It started when Bowyer clipped Gordon earlier in the AdvoCare 500. Gordon decided his Sunday drive was over so he took out Bowyer, ending both of their days.
Gordon was upset with prior incidents involving Bowyer. ”It’s...
Clint Bowyer and Jeff Gordon got tangled up late in today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race in Phoenix, and both pit crews were not too pleased. What resulted was an all out brawl between both pit crews. NASCAR! NASCAR! NASCAR! via The Big Lead Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
The pit crews of Jeff Gordon and Clint Bowyer got into a brawl in the late stages of Sunday's AdvoCare 500 NASCAR race in Phoenix after Gordon intentionally wrecked Bowyer's car, taking out both drivers.
After the crash, one of Bowyer's pit crew members confronted Gordon as he got out of his car, leading to the brawl between both pit crews.
Order was restored...
This is not something that you get to see everyday. Clint Bowyer, in the #15 car, had clipped Jeff Gordon on lap 305 during the AdvoCare 500 at the Phoenix International Raceway, and that was only the beginning. With two laps to go in the race, Gordon came and retaliated and caused this wreck.After they both were out of their cars, the pit crews started into it with each other...
Jeff Gordon got into Clint Bowyer on the track. Bowyer's crew got into it with Gordon in the pits. Bowyer made a WWE-like dash through the pits and garage to find Gordon.
The championship race heated up in the desert Sunday at Phoenix International Raceway and it had nothing to do with the weather.
Boys, have at it? They sure did.
''There's a lot of tension out...
Jeff Gordon was fined $100,000 by NASCAR for intentionally wrecking Clint Bowyer that led to a brawl between their crews Sunday during the AdvoCare 500 at Phoenix International Speedway.
Gordon was not suspended for the season's last race, just fined $100,000 and docked 25 Sprint Cup Series championship points. Gordon's crew chief Alan Gustafson was placed on probation...
During Sunday's AdvoCare 500, we got witness two pit crews duel out it while the race was still going on.
With about two laps left in the race, Jeff Gordon collided with Clint Bowyer sending him into the wall.
After the crash happened, members of both team's pit crew got into an altercation that turned into one of the greatest pit crew fights of all-time:
We didn’t know what to expect in Sunday’s AdvoCare 500 at the Phoenix International Raceway. For the first two/thirds of the race it was pretty uneventful as the best battle to watch was the points as of now feature on ESPN.
But all of a sudden, with 77 laps to go, Jimmie Johnson blew a right front tire and hit the outside SAFER barrier in Turn 4. Johnson, would go to the garage...
Following the late-race incident between Jeff Gordon and Clint Bowyer, there’s been much debate whether NASCAR should take action against Gordon.
There’s no doubt that the move on Bowyer was intentionally taken out by Gordon, he even admitted to it after the chaos was over.
The last time we saw a driver intentionally wreck another was in last November’s Camping World Truck...