NASCAR: Alex Bowman’s ‘Hack’ Shirts Are A Huge Hit, Raising Money For Charity

The ‘Hack’ returns.

NASCAR star Alex Bowman began selling a T-shirt to celebrate his win in Martinsville on Sunday with the word “Hack” on it as a joke after Denny Hamlin called it an insult for bumping into him towards the end of the race. .

Bowman now says they sold so well that a portion of the proceeds will be donated to animal shelters in the Charlotte, NC area.

Bowman made contact with Denny Hamlin's #11 car, causing it to hit the wall.

Bowman made contact with Denny Hamlin’s #11 car, causing it to hit the wall.
(Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images)

A representative of the Hendrick Motorsports driver told Fox News Autos that Bowman sold more than 1,800 of the $24.99 shirts, the first two of which are said to be on sale and orders are still coming in hot.

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Bowman is working to find recipients for the donations with the Best Friends Animal Society, which he already has a relationship with through his sponsor Ally.

The ‘Hack’ shirt sells better than the ‘Nobody likes us anyway’ shirt Bowman released in April after his win at Richmond Raceway, which was based on a response he radioed to his crew chief, who had derided for doing a “pretty weak burnout.”

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