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Tom Bowles

Tom Bowles
The author of Bowles-Eye View (Mondays) and Did You Notice? (Wednesdays) Tom spends his time overseeing Frontstretch’s 30 staff members as its majority owner. Based in Philadelphia, Bowles is a two-time Emmy winner in NASCAR television and has worked in racing production with FOX, TNT, and ESPN while appearing on-air for SIRIUS XM Radio and FOX Sports 1's former show, the Crowd Goes Wild.

Did You Notice? … Ford’s Future Prospects, Experience Helps & NASCAR Quick Hits

Did You Notice? … Ford’s future prospects were hanging on 70-something-aged owners? That’s the backbone to me of Thursday’s surprise announcement Stewart-Haas Racing would be switching to Ford in 2017. The four-car team will finally break away from its partnership with Hendrick Motorsports, shifting over to the Blue Oval camp while receiving …

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Tracking The Trucks: Bell Flips, Sauter Slips Through To Daytona Victory Lane

(Photo: Mike Neff)

In a Nutshell: A wild, competitive race which has been the hallmark of the Truck Series since its Daytona debut. In this one, the big wrecks were held off until the final ten laps. When they did finally happen, shredding the field only about a dozen were left standing. Johnny Sauter was …

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Grant Enfinger Wins First Career Truck Pole; Big Names Fail To Make Show

(Photo: Bruce Nuttleman)

Reigning ARCA champion Grant Enfinger is off to a great start in his new ride. The Camping World Truck Series rookie took the pole for Friday night’s NextEra Energy Resources 250, clocking in with a speed of 180.752 miles an hour to top final round qualifying at Daytona. Enfinger is …

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Timothy Peters, Spencer Gallagher Pace NASCAR Truck Practices

(Photo: Mike Neff)

In a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series field awash with fresh talent, some familiar faces led the way Thursday during preparation for Friday night’s Daytona season opener. Timothy Peters, the 2010 winner of this race posted the fastest speed of either session, clocking a lap at 189.028 mph in his …

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