By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Chase Briscoe is reportedly going to be the driver to replace Clint Bowyer in the No. 14 in 2021. Stewart-Haas Racing is expected to make the announcement in the coming days, according to Jayski via Frontstretch.
The ride became available when Bowyer — who was going to be a free agent at the end of the season — elected to leave the sport in terms as a full-time driver. Bowyer has announced that he was trading in his fire suit for a suit.
He has been announced as the latest addition to the NASCAR on FOX broadcast booth. Bowyer will serve as an analyst with Jeff Gordon, as Mike Joy will be the play-by-play announcer for Fox Sports’ coverage.
The three became very familiar with one another when Bowyer worked with Joy and Gordon when NASCAR was shut down for several weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic. Instead of sitting out, NASCAR and FOX Sports announced that they would have a several week iRacing schedule that Bowyer thanks for saving the sport.
The Emporia, Kansas native has competed in the NASCAR Cup Series from 2005 through the 2020 season. He has 10 career starts in 538 starts.
Bowyer’s last Cup Series win came during the 2018 season when he won the 2018 FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan International Speedway on June 10, 2018 in Brooklyn, Michigan.
Briscoe has appeared in 80 Xfinity Series events in his career. He has had 11 wins, including nine wins in 2020, over the past three seasons.
He has been a superstar behind the wheel this season, has he also has 16 Top 5 finishes and 20 Top 10 finishes.
Presently, Briscoe leads the Xfinity Series points standings with 3,120 points. He is in the final four with Justin Allgaier, Brandon Jones, and Austin Cindric.
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