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Sentences forAlex Bowman
- In 2015, Yeley moved to BK Racing full-time, replacing Alex Bowman in the No. 23 Toyota.
- 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.
- A week later at Chicagoland, Larson finished second after getting passed by Alex Bowman for the lead with six laps to go.
- Elliott finished the season in 10th place, just ahead of teammates William Byron and Alex Bowman.
- 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.
- On October 6, 2020, Hendrick Motorsports announced that Alex Bowman and crew chief Greg Ives will move from the No. 88 to the No. 48 for the 2021 season.
- He finished fourth at the DRIVE4COPD 300 after submarining under Alex Bowman's car in a violent last lap wreck.
- Caution number seven waved around lap 220, after David Gilliland turned Alex Bowman into the wall.
- In the Chase race at Phoenix, Kenseth was leading late in the race, but on a late-race restart, Kenseth wrecked with Alex Bowman, ending his championship hopes.
- Annett was replaced after the season by Alex Bowman.
- His replacements were Alex Bowman and Jeff Gordon.
- He was replaced by Alex Bowman for the New Hampshire 301 and Jeff Gordon at the Brickyard 400 and Pennsylvania 400.
- Smith returned to the Cup Series in 2016, driving the No. 7 for Tommy Baldwin Racing, a few hours after Alex Bowman was released from the ride.
- Alex Bowman is the defending winner of the event.
- Byron started the 2021 season by qualifying second at the 2021 Daytona 500 while teammate Alex Bowman took the pole.
- Alex Bowman won the fan vote to get into the All-Star Race.
- Logano held off Alex Bowman to win the first stage.
- Alex Bowman is the final winner of the race.
- At the Charlotte Roval, Wallace finished 24th after Alex Bowman spun him out on lap 42 after Wallace gave Bowman the middle finger gesture on several laps.
- Alex Bowman got into the wall and caught fire.
- Alex Bowman started on pole.
- A. J. Allmendinger and Alex Bowman both wrecked off turn two.
- Alex Bowman had a tire go down and collected Joey Logano.
- Kyle Larson spun after contact with Alex Bowman.
- Kyle Larson hit the wall as well as Alex Bowman.
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