All 4 SHR Cars Eyeing Round of 8 Spots As If Last 2 Races End With Green Flag Runs, They Go 1-2-3-4 In Each

It’s no secret, the best all around team during the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season has been Stewart-Haas Racing. With Aric Almirola’s victory in last Sunday’s race at the Talladega Superspeedway, all four drivers have now found victory lane this year. Kevin Harvick has won seven times while Clint Bowyer has found the checkered flag first in two races himself. Kurt Busch and Almirola have one win a piece totaling 11 victories for the organization. Now, all four are eyeing spots in the Round of 8. 

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Peak To Sponsor Clint Bowyer For 3 Races In 2019

Old World Industries, the makers of PEAK Coolant & Antifreeze and BlueDEF Diesel Exhaust Fluid and Equipment, has partnered with Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR), the championship-winning NASCAR team. PEAK Coolant & Antifreeze and BlueDEF Diesel Exhaust Fluid and Equipment will be the primary sponsor for driver Clint Bowyer and the No. 14 team for three Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races in 2019 with associate sponsorship on the No. 14 Ford Mustang at all other races.

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Blaney Flying Under The Radar While Trends Say Bowyer and Bowman May Be In Trouble

Ryan Blaney was picked by a handful of experts to be eliminated from the first round of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs. After his thrilling win on the Charlotte ROVAL, he moved onto the Round of 12. In this round, may predicted he’d be eliminated again. After the first race, he’s 10 points to the good IN. But, we all see how quickly that could change with a track like Talladega coming up. 

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Bowyer, Hamlin Left Fuming Leaving Indy, Drivers Says Race Has Become Strategy And Late Race Restarts

INDIANAPOLIS – Once again, the Brickyard 400 victory was stolen in the end. That’s not entirely surprising though. But, it left two drivers fuming when it was all said and done. Over the final half of the race, it appeared that Denny Hamlin and Clint Bowyer were going to have a battle amongst each other for the win in the rain delayed race. They dominated all day and were running 1-2 in the closing stages. Then, a debris caution fell. 

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Bowyer, Fords In General Lead Cup Series Practice At Daytona on Thursday, Final Session Interrupted By Rain

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla – We’re likely to a day and age where NASCAR can get away with scheduling just one long practice session on restrictor plate tracks during any given race weekend. Normally, teams take to the track for the first practice session of the weekend and if they come out unscathed, they’ll forego returning to the track for final practice. I’m not saying that necessarily would have been the case this weekend in Daytona and we weren’t going to find out though as rain fell on the high banked 2.5-mile…

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Is Clint Bowyer A Title Contender? Why I Say He Is

At this point last year, Clint Bowyer had just two top five finishes and five top 10’s. As we head into the off weekend this year, Bowyer has already reached victory lane twice to go along with eight top 10 finishes in his No. 14 Ford. 12 of his 15 starts this season have produced a top 15 result. He had 11 in 2018. So, as the top 15’s are nearly identical, he’s showing that he can run closer to the front. So, does that make him a championship contender?

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Late Pit Call Helps Bowyer Win Rain Shortened FireKeepers Casino 400 In Michigan

Clint Bowyer went 190 races without a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victory. But, in a weather delayed race at the Martinsville Speedway back on March 27, he finally went to victory lane. Now, 10 races later, he’s back. Bowyer, was declared the winner in Sunday’s rain marred FireKeepers Casino 400 at the Michigan International Speedway. The race was delayed several hours for rain but late in the afternoon, the race was able to start. Unfortunately, 67 laps before the scheduled distance, rain began falling again and ended the race…

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Dover Has Been Feast or Famine For Stewart-Haas Racing Drivers Lately

Depending on how you look at it, Sunday’s AAA 400 Drive For Autism (2 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) could be a very good thing or a very bad thing for the Stewart-Haas Racing camp. The reason why, is because the Dover International Speedway has been feast or famine for them over the last few years. Normally, you would think Kevin Harvick would be the favorite at Dover right? He finished second and first respectively at the Monster Mile in 2015. Well since? His best finish is ninth in this very…

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SHR Cars Start Richmond Race Strong, Fall Back In The End

The start of Saturday night’s Toyota Owners 400 at the Richmond Raceway looked like the winner would come from the Stewart-Haas Racing camp. While Martin Truex Jr. started from the pole and led the opening 38 laps of competition, Joey Logano and the Fords quickly struck. Logano, would lead the next 73 laps, but his main challengers would come from the Stewart-Haas Racing camp. Kurt Busch passed Logano for the lead on Lap 112 and would lead the ensuring 58 laps. Clint Bowyer would pass Busch shortly after and take…

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Stewart-Haas Racing Among Teams To Watch This Weekend in Richmond

Joe Gibbs Racing are obviously the easy favorites to win Saturday night’s Toyota Owners 400 (6:30 p.m. ET/FOX/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). Rightfully so too. The top three all-time drivers as far as average finishing position goes in the history of the Richmond Raceway, are all current JGR drivers. But, Stewart-Haas Racing could give them a run for their money under the lights this weekend too. 

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