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Sentences

Sentences forAlex Bowman

  • The race ended under caution when Alex Bowman smacked the wall off turn 2 as a result of a blown tire on the last lap.Kyle Busch-Wikipedia
  • He finished fourth at the DRIVE4COPD 300 after submarining under Alex Bowman's car in a violent last lap wreck.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia
  • A week later at Chicagoland, Larson finished second after getting passed by Alex Bowman for the lead with six laps to go.Kyle Larson-Wikipedia
  • In 2016 Kenseth won twice at Dover and New Hampshire and finished 5th in points after he was wrecked while leading at Phoenix by Alex Bowman.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • Johnson, along with teammates Chase Elliott, Alex Bowman, and William Byron, were featured on the cover of NASCAR Heat 3.Jimmie Johnson-Wikipedia
  • Truex would wind up in the 83, and fellow up-and-comer Alex Bowman (who had tested the 83) would take over the renumbered No.BK Racing-Wikipedia

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