Racing sensation Clint Bowyer, age 36, talks about how getting married and having children has changed his life

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Clint Bowyer, the American Race Car sensation who got married in 2014 at the age of 36, has recently talked about how marriage has changed his life and made him more of a family guy. He even admitted he wants to even have more children. What else did he say?? Let’s find out

The racer, who got married to Lorra Bowyer in 2014, already has a son with her. He has said the birth of his child has affected him a lot. According to sources, he has said that he now knows what it feels like to be father and wants to be good one. He is also slowly starting to understand the responsible he has towards his family.

According to a recent interview he gave to SBNation, his life, mostly his nights, have changed drastically. He doesn’t hang out with his peers late at night getting drunk anymore.  As he has become a father, his nights are spent changing diapers instead.

He has said that he is very grateful to his wife for always supporting him in his sometimes stressful career and also for blessing him with a son. According to our sources, the couple might be planning for another baby too.

Clint Bowyer was born in Emporia, Kansas America. Bowyer began racing at the age of five in motocross. He went on to achieve over 200 wins and numerous championships over the next eight years.

In 1996, he began racing street stocks at Thunder Hill Speedway in Mayetta Kansas and won the Modified Race Championship in 2000. Boyer managed to get 18 wins and 32 top five finishes to win the 2001 Modified Street Speedway Championship at Lakeside Speedway at Kansas City, Kansas.

In 2002, he began racing in the NASCAR Weekly Racing Series while posting 9 poles, 12 wins, 32 top five finishes en route to a second place standing in the NASCAR Weekly Racing Series. In 2002 he was also crowned the NASCAR Weekly Racing Series’ Midwest Champion while wining another Modified Championship at Speedway.

In 2003, Clint raced a full season in NASCAR Auto Zone Elite Division Midwest Series, getting one of the top 10 finish and 11 starts for his team. Next season’s regular top ten finishes saw him get an opportunity to race in the NASCAR.

This launched his career into the world of racing. His childhood dream had come true. But on his first appearance in NASCAR, he faced a last lap accident which saw him away from racing for almost a year.

The crash did not only impair him physically, it also affected his mental state and he had to visit shrinks and take medications according to sources. When he returned, he got into a brawl with his teammate and the staff for giving him a ban, according to our sources.

He, according to sources, held them responsible for his crash and had resorted to violence in his return to the NASCAR. Since then, he has signed a contract with a different team.

After his marriage, he seems to have become a lot cooler and forgiving person. Now, he is reportedly concentrating on his car rather than on rivalry.

He is estimated to have a net worth of $30 million dollars.