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#14 NASCAR Team News and Links

OFFICIAL TEAM/DRIVER LINKS
Stewart-Haas Racing
Clint Bowyer
Gene Haas Foundation
True Speed Communication (PR)

PRIMARY SPONSORS LINKS
Rush Truck Centers (5 races)
Rush Truck Centers Racing
Mobil 1 (2 races)
ITsavvy (2 races)
Mobil 1 Motorsports
Haas Automation
One Cure / Flint Animal Cancer Center / Colorado State University
Code 3 Associates

ASSOCIATE SPONSORS LINKS
State Water Heaters
WIX Filters

SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS
Stewart Haas Racing - Twitter
Stewart Haas Racing - Facebook
Stewart Haas Racing - Instagram
Stewart Haas Racing - Pinterest
Stewart Haas Racing - YouTube
Stewart Haas Racing - Google+
Clint Bowyer - Twitter
Clint Bowyer - Facebook
Clint Bowyer - Instagram
Clint Bowyer Racing - Facebook

STATISTICS
Clint Bowyer - ESPN
Clint Bowyer - RacingReference.info

MORE INFO
2018 Paint Schemes
2017 Paint Schemes
2016 Paint Schemes
2016 #15 Paint Schemes
Paint Scheme Gallery
Driver Appearances
Team Address/Contact

Races that Rush Truck Centers is scheduled to be the primary sponsor in 2018:
Daytona - 2/18, w/Mobil 1
Auto Club - 3/18
Bristol - 8/18. with Cummins
Las Vegas - 9/16
Talladega - 10/14, with Cummins
Texas - 11/7, w/Mobil Delvac

Races [2] that Mobil 1 is scheduled to be the primary sponsor in 2018:
Texas - 4/8, w/Rush Truck Centers
Indy - 9/9, w/Rush Truck Centers

Races that Haas Automation has been the primary sponsor in 2018:
Atlanta - 2/25

Races [?] that One Cure is scheduled to be the primary sponsor in 2018:
Las Vegas - 3/4
others TBA

Races [?] that Haas Automation Demo Day 2018 is scheduled to be the primary sponsor in 2018:
Martinsville - 3/25

Races [?] that Ford is scheduled to be the primary sponsor in 2018:
Kansas - 4/8

Races [2] that ITsavvy is scheduled to be the primary sponsor in 2018:
Richmond - 9/22
Phoenix - 11-11

Races [1] that DEKALB is scheduled to be the primary sponsor in 2018:
Kansas - 10/21

NOTE: the #14 team was #70 when Tony Stewart became half owner of Haas CNC Racing, making it Stewart-Haas Racing, the team changed the #70 team to the #14 and the #66 to the #39, starting in 2009

Contract Status: Driver: 2018+; Primary Sponsors: Mobil 1 2018+; Rush Truck Centers 2018+;


#14 Team / Driver News

DEKALB joins Bowyer, Stewart-Haas Racing: DEKALB corn waved the green flag on the annual Farm Progress Show inside its "Fuel Your Yield" tent by announcing a new partnership with Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR), the championship-winning NASCAR team. The opening day of the nation's largest outdoor farm event saw the agricultural brand unveil the No. 14 DEKALB Ford Fusion Clint Bowyer will race throughout the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race weekend Oct. 19-21 at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City.[More](8-28-2018)

Cummins joins Stewart-Haas Racing: Global power leader Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) is returning to motorsports with Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR), the championship-winning NASCAR team. Cummins will debut on the No. 14 Ford Fusion of driver Clint Bowyer in the Aug. 18 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway, sharing the primary sponsorship with Rush Truck Centers, the premier solutions provider for the commercial vehicle industry. Cummins will return to the No. 14 Ford for the Oct. 14 race at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway.[More](8-3-2018)

Stewart-Haas Racing makes pit crew changes: Stewart-Haas Racing has made changes to all four of its pit crews heading into Sunday's Cup race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway[More](7-19-2018)

Clint Bowyer's Darlington throwback scheme honors Ned Jarrett: Ned Jarrett amassed many special memories during his racing and broadcasting career in NASCAR, but few equal that hot afternoon on Sept. 6, 1965 when the 2011 NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee won the Southern 500 at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway by an astounding 14 laps. It's appropriate that the No. 14 Ford of Clint Bowyer will celebrate Jarrett's emphatic victory 53 years later in the 69th running of the Southern 500 Sept. 2 at the 1.366-mile Darlington oval. The No. 14 Carolina Ford Dealers Ford Fusion from Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) will mimic the design Jarrett ran on his race-winning 1965 Ford Galaxie by sporting a royal blue paint scheme with period-specific graphics.[More](7-12-2018)

All Stewart-Haas drivers expected to return next year: Kurt Busch's contract reportedly ends this year.[More](7-3-2018)

Gamble pays off in Clint Bowyer's victory at Michigan: Bowyer got the lead under caution at the end of Stage 2 of Sunday's Firekeepers Casino 400 when crew chief Mike Bugarewicz opted for two tires on the No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford. [More](6-10-2018)

Clint Bowyer won the rain-shortened FireKeepers Casino 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway. The win is his 2nd win of 2018, 1st win at Michigan and 10th career win.
After starting nearly two and a half hours late because of rain, the race was called with 133 laps complete when more rain moved in.
#4-Havick finished 2nd followed by pole sitter #41-Busch, #18-Busch, #21-Menard, #2-Keselowski, #22-Logano, #12-Blaney, #9-Elliott, #1-McMurray.
Stage 1 was won by #12-Blaney, finished 8th.
Stage 2 was won by #4-Harvick, finished 2nd.
There were 9 lead changes among 7 drivers and 8 cautions for 30 yellow flag laps.
The average speed of the race was: 132.723mph.
See unofficial race results, awards, laps led, cautions and more at:
Unofficial Race Results (pdf)
Cumulative Report (pdf)
Penalty Report (pdf)
Drivers Points Standings (pdf)
Owners Points Standings (pdf)

Stewart-Haas Racing Fan Club on Bowyer's Ford for All-Star race: Bowyer's No. 14 will carry a special paint scheme this week that calls attention to the new SHR Fan Club as well as recognizes the team's corporate partners. At no cost, the SHR Fan Club will offer fans numerous chances to win cool gear and, most importantly, access to the inner workings of SHR. Meet-and-greets with team personalities at the track and VIP events at its race shop will be available to SHR Fan Club members.[More](5-15-2018)

ITsavvy joins Stewart-Haas Racing to sponsor Clint Bowyer: ITsavvy, one of the fastest growing resources for integrated IT products and technology solutions in the United States, has joined Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR), the championship-winning NASCAR team. The multiyear partnership will be highlighted on the No. 14 Ford Fusion driven by Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Clint Bowyer. ITsavvy will be the primary sponsor of Bowyer and the No. 14 team Sept. 21-22 at Richmond (Va.) Raceway and Nov. 9-11 at ISM Raceway near Phoenix. At all other races, ITsavvy will serve as an associate sponsor.[More](5-11-2018)

WIX Filters to sponsor Bowyer at Chicagoland: WIX Filters, a global manufacturer of filtration products with more than 50 years of motorsports experience, will serve as the primary sponsor of Bowyer and his race-winning No. 14 Ford Fusion throughout the Chicagoland race weekend, with WIX Filters emblazoned on Clint Bowyer's car and firesuit..[More](4-12-2018)

Ford Hall of Fans on the #14 at Richmond: The #FordHallofFans and Ford Performance will serve as primary sponsor of SHR's No. 14 Ford Fusion & driver Clint Bowyer at Richmond Raceway in April.[More](4-1-2018)

#14-Bowyer won the STP 500 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Martinsville Speedway. The win is his first win of 2018, first win at Martinsville and ninth career win.
#18-Busch finished 2nd followed by #12-Blaney, #78-Truex, #4-Harvick, #22-Logano, #88-Bowman, #47-Allmendinger, #9-Elliott, and #2-Keseloski.
Truex earned the pole on Saturday after weather moved into the area. It eventually forced NASCAR to postpone the race until Monday. He had a quiet day, led four laps, and finished in the top-five.
Stage 1 was won by #11-Hamlin, finished 12th.
Stage 2 was won by #12-Blaney, finished 3rd.
There were 11 lead changes among 6 drivers and 4 cautions for 33 yellow flag laps.
The average speed of the race was: 81.663 mph.
See unofficial race results, awards, laps led, cautions and more at:
Unofficial Race Results (pdf)
Cumulative Report (pdf)
Penalty Report (pdf)
Unofficial Drivers Points Standings page (pdf)
Unofficial Owners Points Standings page (pdf)

Haas Automation Demo Day 2018 featured on the #14 at Martinsville: Bowyer's No. 14 Ford will sport a bit of a different look at Martinsville as Haas Automation, the largest CNC (computer numerically controlled) machine-tool builder in North America, will highlight Demo Day 2018 that will be held May 9 at local Haas Factory Outlets (HFOs) nationwide. The annual event provides HFOs an opportunity to feature the latest CNC machines, innovations, and technology from Haas Automation.[More](3-20-2018)

Clint Bowyer is optimistic 2018 will be a success: Clint Bowyer is a man of high energy and high expectation. And the veteran driver is hopeful that now two years into his tenure with the championship winning Stewart-Haas Racing organization, that keen spirit will continue to translate into high performa[More](3-2-2018)

One Cure featured on Bowyer's #14 at Las Vegas: One Cure is a project led by the Flint Animal Cancer Center at Colorado State University. The One Cure program is founded on the principle that cancer affects all creatures.[More](2-28-2018)

Mobil 1 and Stewart-Haas Racing gear up for the 2018 NASCAR Season: Building upon a successful 2017 season on and off the track, ExxonMobil, on behalf of the Mobil 1 brand, will again sponsor Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) with full primaries at various Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races throughout the year. At the same time, ExxonMobil will further leverage the star power of SHR drivers by bringing back Kevin Harvick as the face of Mobil 1 Annual Protection motor oil marketing campaign. Mobil 1, the "Official Motor Oil of NASCAR", will provide primary sponsorships across SHR's four NASCAR Cup Series drivers. Harvick's No. 4 Ford will carry Mobil 1 branding six times, Clint Bowyer's No. 14 Ford will wear Mobil 1 twice, and Kurt Busch's No. 41 Ford and Aric Almirola's No. 10 Ford get one race apiece. Mobil 1 will remain as an associate sponsor of SHR for the entire 2018 season.[More](2-14-2018)

Tony Gibson still looking to make a difference: After 31 years, Tony Gibson will have a job in NASCAR that doesn't send him on the road. The former crew chief enters the 2018 season as the new production manager for Stewart-Haas Racing. Gibson, 53, will supervise many of the departments responsible for building the cars for its four drivers, Kurt Busch, Kevin Harvick, Aric Almirola and Clint Bowyer. That includes the chassis, body shop and fabrication shops.[More](1-5-2018)

Stewart-Haas Racing announces 2018 driver/crew chief pairings: Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) has announced its 2018 driver and crew chief pairings for its four teams competing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Headlining the announcement is Kurt Busch's return to the No. 41 Haas Automation/Monster Energy Ford Fusion. The 2018 season will mark Busch's 19th year in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and his fifth with SHR. Five of Busch's 29 career victories have come with SHR, highlighted by his victory in the 2017 Daytona 500. Taking over as crew chief for Busch and the No. 41 team is Billy Scott, who joined SHR in 2016 as crew chief for Danica Patrick and the No. 10 team. Tony Gibson, who has been the crew chief for the No. 41 team since November 2014 and a crew chief at SHR since the organization's inception in 2009, will remain with SHR in an unnamed capacity.[More](12-15-2017)

Stewart-Haas crew chief lineup not set Greg Zipadelli said the 2018 crew chief line up for Stewart-Haas Racing is still a work in progress. Tony Stewart's proclaimed during the Aric Almirola press conference on Wednesday that Billy Scott and his crewmen-currently with Danica Patrick-would remain with the #10 team next season as Almirola transitions into the seat. The former championship crew chief turned competition director for SHR told SiriusXM NASCAR Radio later in the day he's in no rush to formulate a plan.[More](11-10-2017)

Stewart-Haas Racing could look a bit different in 2018 While #4-Kevin Harvick signed an extension with Stewart-Haas Racing last May, and #14-Clint Bowyer is in the first year of his contract, drivers #41-Kurt Busch and #10-Danica Patrick are not locked in for next season. "Contracts are signed - and expire - at all different times," Haas told motorsport.com. "It's hard to say when one person's contract is going to expire because there are options and things like that. I think that's why they call it silly season. We kind of start looking at what we want to do. The drivers do the same thing. Sponsors do the same thing. In order for all the pieces to fall into place, you have to take all three parties - you've got to take the drivers, the owners and the sponsors and see if you can't align all the stars up and get them to agree on something." Haas has no plans of eliminating any of his four Cup squads.(Motorsportts.com)[Read More Here](7-4-2017)

Congrats to Clint and Lorra Bowyer on the birth of their daughter, Preseley Elizabeth on Friday. Bowyer tweeted the news Friday afternoon. Presley joins brother, Cash.(12-10-2016)

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