Clint Bowyer has officially retired from NASCAR and is now working in the commentary field. Other than that, he is grooming the next generation of superstars. To be precise, his son Cash Bowyer has begun diving into the world of motor racing. Bowyer Jr is racing in the Beginner Box Stock car series and has met a familiar foe; he is going up against Brexton Busch, son of Kyle Busch.
Already, the younger Busch has established himself as a favorite in that series, with a couple of wins. With Cash Bowyer competing alongside him, it adds more star power behind the Beginner Box Stock car series.
So, while the Kyle Busch-Clint Bowyer rivalry may have ended, their sons are picking up the cudgels. The last time the two of them faced off, Cash Bowyer grabbed pole position while Brexton won the race. However, Bowyer Jr redeemed himself by hanging on to 2nd place.
Admittedly, Kyle is still in the racing scene and is eager to grab another Cup Series championship. The 35-year old already has two Cup titles under his belt and will be keen to add more. However, there are so many other drivers to contend with, like Chase Elliott the reigning champion, as well as the other Hendrick Motorsports drivers.
Other drivers to watch out for are Brad Keselowski, Joey Logano, Denny Hamlin, and Kevin Harvick. Throughout the season, Hamlin and Harvick were incredibly strong and racked up the most wins. Although the latter failed to make the final four, this still lends a sense of uncertainty.
Needless to say, Busch Sr has it all to do when 2021 kicks off at last. However, Clint Bowyer has the luxury of sitting in the commentary booth and enjoy the fun as it unfolds.