Kim K. on pregnancy rumors: Jeff Gordon Clint Bowyer Collision

Published: July 19, 2015

Kim K. on pregnancy rumors: Jeff Gordon Clint Bowyer Collision, Midway through Saturday morning’s first of two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practices at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Clint Bowyer and Jeff Gordon had contact in the garage that resulted in significant damage to Gordon’s car.

Gordon, who qualified a disappointing 23rd in his No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet, was backing out of his garage stall at around 10:30 a.m. when Bowyer was pulling in. A crewmen cleared Gordon and didn’t see Bowyer coming.

As Gordon’s car came out, Bowyer had nowhere to go and the nose of his No. 15 Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota struck the right-rear quarter panel of Gordon’s car, causing heavy cosmetic damage. Bowyer was able to continue practicing, as his car’s nose had minimal issues, but Gordon was done for the session.

Bowyer and Gordon famously had issues at Martinsville and Phoenix in 2012, culminating in a garage brawl in the penultimate race of the season and plenty of bad blood between the two in the following offseason.

This time, though, there was no finger pointing or blame attribution afterwards. In fact, both drivers seemed kind of sheepish about the incident, which they attributed to the tight confines and poor sightlines in the New Hampshire garage.

Quoting the movie, “Caddyshack,” Bowyer joked, “I’ve always wanted to use this line of Rodney Dangerfield’s: ‘I scratched my anchor’ on the nose of Jeff Gordon’s car earlier. That was a bad deal. I felt bad for that guy who was backing him out, all my guys, all their guys.”

Bowyer said congestion in the garage was an issue, too. “There was just so many people in here,” said Bowyer. “… It was the damnedest thing I’ve ever seen. Unfortunately, it tore our cars up. It really hurt Jeff’s car, but it is what it is. There’s just so much going on in these pits.

“You come out and you’re focused on the adjustments they (his team) made, trying not to run over any pedestrians or anything,” Bowyer said. “It’s just pretty tight at these short tracks. It’s a wonder this stuff doesn’t happen more often.”


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