Clint Bowyer runs out of gas during a spin-out after winning the SYLVANIA 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
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Clint Bowyer is pushed into Victory Lane by National Wrecker Service to celebrate winning the SYLVANIA 300 on Sunday, September 19 and is later fined by NASCAR after the post-race inspection reveals that his car 60-thousandths of an inch too high.
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More than 8 feet of standard feather pillows were used in creating the "World's Softest Wrecker Bumper" at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
New Hampshire Motor Speedway is proactive in introduing a more 'car pushing-friendly' wrecker after recent controversy surrounding Clint Bowyer's win at the SYLVANIA 300.
The "softer-side" of Jerry Gappens.
Ralph Cresta, owner and president of National Wrecker Service, unveils his "pillow-soft" bumper at New Hampshire Motor Speedway with executive vice president and general manager, Jerry Gappens.