Bowyer beats traffic, ends Waltrip’s skid
SONOMA, Calif. – As he cruised out front with only a few laps to go, Clint Bowyer felt the pressure. He wasn’t supposed to be there.
“You know you’re close on fuel, you’ve got two champions behind you, and you know you have no business leading,” Bowyer said. “But we had a really good car.”
Bowyer’s No. 15 Toyota proved just good enough to hold off a late surge by Tony Stewart and bumps from Kurt Busch to win Sunday’s Toyota/Save Mart 350. It was Bowyer’s first victory for Michael Waltrip Racing, a perpetual underdog that had been winless since 2010.
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