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NASCAR Cup Series driver Clint Bowyer expands his Fox NASCAR on-air contributions in 2020, adding more races to his plate alongside Adam Alexander and a rotation of Cup Series drivers.

Additionally, Clint Bowyer contributes to NASCAR Raceday and NASCAR Race Hub multiple times throughout the year, offering his unique insight and analysis as an active NASCAR Cup Series racer. The Stewart-Haas Racing driver has served as a Fox Sports analyst for multiple NASCAR Xfinity Series races, in addition to the network’s “Drivers Only” broadcast the past three years.

“Anyone who knows me knows I want to have fun, and I’ve really had a good time doing TV the past few years,” Bowyer said. “It’s a different perspective up in the Fox Sports booth, and I always learn something, even if it’s just about the guys I race with every week. My Saturdays are free this year, and Lorra (Bowyer) made it clear she wants me out of the motor-home, so this is the perfect weekend part-time gig for me.”

20th Year of NASCAR Coverage

Fox NASCAR commenced its inaugural year of coverage with the 2001 DAYTONA 500, and two decades later, continues to deliver unparalleled multi-platform storytelling from Daytona International Speedway and throughout the season. Twenty years later, many of the same Fox Sports faces converge on the iconic super-speedway to present Fox Sports’ 17th DAYTONA 500 on Sunday, Feb. 16 (2:30 PM ET on Fox).

Led by esteemed play-by-play announcer Mike Joy, calling his 41st DAYTONA 500 for live television or radio, the Fox NASCAR on-air team packs a collective 200 years of experience covering the “Great American Race.” Alongside Joy in the booth is Hall of Famer and four-time champion Jeff Gordon, covering his fifth DAYTONA 500 for the network. Gordon is a three-time DAYTONA 500 champion, most recently winning the crown jewel event in 2005.

Longtime race analyst and two-time DAYTONA 500-winning crew chief Larry McReynolds, in his 17th Daytona Speedweeks as an analyst, continues to partner with Joy and Gordon, delivering unparalleled insight from Fox Sports’ state-of-the-art virtual studio in Charlotte.

Fox Sports veteran pit road reporting team of Matt Yocum (20th DAYTONA 500), Jamie Little (sixth), Vince Welch (sixth) and Regan Smith (third) deliver behind-the-scenes stories and updates from pit road for all three national NASCAR series.

Shannon Spake (14th) returns to host network race coverage of all NASCAR Cup Series races, as well as pre-race coverage on NASCAR RACEDAY, alongside analysts Jamie McMurray (first) and McReynolds.

Longtime Fox NASCAR host Chris Myers makes a special appearance, pitching in to co-anchor DAYTONA 500 pre-race programming from the track for the 17th time, with assistance from co-host Alexander (17th) and 2001 DAYTONA 500 champion and roving reporter Michael Waltrip (ninth). Fox NASCAR insider Bob Pockrass is back with daily reports on social platforms and appearances on various programs.

Fox NASCAR lead race producer Barry Landis, coordinating producer Richie Zyontz, director Artie Kempner and Executive Vice President of Production and Coordinating Producer Bill Richards return for their 17th DAYTONA 500 and 20th NASCAR seasons with Fox.