Clint Bowyer To Be On Roster For SRX Series At Stafford Speedway In July 

Clint Bowyer (Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images for NASCAR)

The SRX Series announced Wednesday morning that retired NASCAR Cup Series driver and Fox Motorsports TV personality Clint Bowyer will be part of the series roster for the division’s July 13 at Stafford Speedway. 

The news comes a day after it was announced that former Cup Series champion Kevin Harvick will participate in the event at Stafford on July 13. 

“Clint is a blast to watch wheel a racecar, microphone or simply watching him hold court in the garage,” SRX CEO Don Hawk told the Associated Press. “He was on our short list [of drivers we wanted] and I’m thankful he said yes.”

Bowyer will also run for the series on July 27 at Motor Mile in Fairlawn, Va. and Lucas Oil Raceway Park in Indianapolis on Aug. 17. 

Bowyer was a 10-time NASCAR Cup Series winner over 15-full-time season before retiring following the 2020 season. 

It was announed Tuesday that Harvick would participate in two SRX Series events in 2023.

The SRX Series also announced Wednesday that former Cup Series champion Kyle Busch will run the series events at Motor Mile and at Berlin (Mich.) Speedway on Aug. 3. Busch and Bowyer will both be making their first appearances with SRX, which begins its third season on July 13 at Stafford.

“I’ve been working with everyone at SRX trying to get one of their races on my schedule the last couple seasons and things didn’t work out, so when they announced they were having weeknight races in close proximity to a couple races on the Cup schedule, SRX and I immediately got together to plan something for this year,” Busch told the Associated Press. “I’ve won at Berlin in the Super Late Model and I really enjoy racing at these local short tracks across the country, so it’ll be fun to go back and support those tracks and the great fan bases that they have.”

It was also announced Wednesday that former Indianapolis 500 winner Helio Castroneves will participate in 2023 SRX events at Motor Mile, Berlin and Lucas Oil Raceway Park. Castroneves has been part of the series roster for the last seasons.


  1. Seeing him in SRX could be interesting. I do not listen to announcers on NASCAR or sports in general. I feel they talk to much and add very little to the broadcast. I’m experimenting with turning on the closed captioning. I also skip commercials. SO I have no idea of how he is as an announcer. The days of trained and experienced announcers seems to be dying. I have mixed feelings about this so the mute button works perfect,

    The live event on MAVTV was very “live” and they (TV) have little if any control over the progress of the races. NASCAR has a start time but as you know rain or weather can screw them up big time. The delays are the reason I love my Direct TV with DVR. I need to figure something out if I want to get FloSports and not have to watch commercials or long delays. It would be a giant step back to have to sit thru those delays. Sorry for the topic expansion.

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