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- Longtime driver Jeff Burton was joined by Cup teammate and 2008 Nationwide Series Champion Clint Bowyer, as well as up and comer Stephen Leicht.
- At Richmond, despite troubles early in the race that mired him a lap down, Gordon rallied to finish second to Clint Bowyer, and made his eighth Chase for the Sprint Cup.
- This included a win at Nashville, where he went by teammate Clint Bowyer with 21 laps to go to take the victory.
- At Darlington, while running in the top five with 3 laps to go, Busch got tapped from behind by Clint Bowyer and spun out, hitting a barrier head-on.
- Stewart formally made an announcement on September 30, 2015 confirming this and announcing that Clint Bowyer would replace him in the No. 14 in 2017.
- Johnson's consistency was enough that there were points in the summer where he was more than a full two race wins' worth of points ahead of Carl Edwards or Clint Bowyer.
- He later finished third at Auto Club Speedway to Martin Truex Jr and finished second at Martinsville to Clint Bowyer.
- At his home track Auto Club, he qualified 2nd, losing the pole position to Clint Bowyer by 0.007 seconds.
- A few laps later, Busch was leading over brother Kurt Busch and Clint Bowyer.
- Harvick was paired with another driver in the Busch Series, rookie Clint Bowyer.
- The 2011 season's most memorable moment occurred at Talladega, when Johnson used a push from teammate Dale Earnhardt Jr. to beat Clint Bowyer by just .002 seconds, the closest finish in Cup Series history.
- Teammate Clint Bowyer finished second to mark a Stewart-Haas 1–2.
- Kurt Busch would later say in a 2019 podcast interview with Michael Waltrip that the situation began with his battle with Clint Bowyer to finish in the top-ten in the standings (Busch would finish 11th in points).
- Part of a Cup drivers-only coverage, he worked alongside Joey Logano and Clint Bowyer in the broadcast booth.
- Newman was leading near the finish of the Richmond race when Clint Bowyer spun with seven laps to go.
- On lap 31 of the Pennsylvania 500, Stewart was accidentally squeezed against the wall by Clint Bowyer.
- After a slow start to the season, Kenseth picked up his performance and came back to contend with Clint Bowyer and Joey Logano for a spot in the playoffs starting with a second-place finish at Watkins Glen, the highest finish of his career on a road course.
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