Clint Bowyer is a former NASCAR Cup Series driver who retired from full-time racing after the 2020 season and transitioned to the Fox broadcast booth as an analyst.
During his racing career, Bowyer moved his way up the ranks.
In those early NASCAR days, he made his way to Victory Lane 11 times between his time in the Xfinity and Truck Series. In 2006, Bowyer competed full-time in the Xfinity and Cup Series.
Bowyer broke through and won his first Cup race in 2007 at New Hampshire. He competed with the series for 15 seasons and won 10 times before retiring after 2020 when he moved to the role as a full-time analyst as a part of Fox’s NASCAR coverage.