NASCAR’s Alex Bowman is already selling ‘hack’ t-shirts after Denny Hamlin snap



Looks like Alex “The Showman” Bowman finally has a new nickname.

Alex Bowman and Denny Hamlin were battling for the lead with seven laps to go.
(Jared C. Tilton / Getty Images)

NASCAR Cup Series winner Martinsville began selling a “Hack” t-shirt on Sunday night shortly after Denny Hamlin called it that on live television.

Race winner Bowman unwittingly pulled Hamlin out of contention as they fought for the lead late in the race, causing Hamlin to crash his car into Bowman and make him an obscene gesture to make him know what he thought after the checkerboard. flag flew.

Hamlin later said, “It’s just a hack, it’s just an absolute hack. He gets beaten up by his teammates every week. He’s just terrible. He’s just fucking terrible.”

“I understand why he’s angry, I would be angry,” Bowman said at his post-race press conference.

“I didn’t do it on purpose. If I did, I would tell you.”

Bowman’s website is now accepting pre-orders for the $ 24.99 jersey, which says “Hack” and features his signature and Alex Bowman Racing logo.

The Hendrick Motorsports driver has called himself “The Showman” since his days in the ARCA Racing series, but never adopted it himself.

“I think at this point I just have to own it, right? I don’t see it changing anytime soon,” Bowman said after his victory at Richmond in April.

“I’m not in charge of the T-shirt department. If they put this on a T-shirt, you won’t see me wearing it, I can tell you the same.”


Don’t expect Hamlin to wear the “Hack” shirt anytime soon. Asked about the incident, driver Joe Gibbs Racing said “you are finding ways to fix it”.


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