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Bubba the Love Sponge Son Tyler Clem Stays Focused on the Race Track

Tyler Clem has a famous father, but at the age of 6 he has already made a name for himself on the race track. Tyler’s father is Bubba the Love Sponge Clem, a radio personality and owner of the Clem Racing Inc. Team.

Tyler Clem races in Quarter Midgets of American Series at Tampa, Florida
Tyler Clem races in Quarter Midgets of American Series at Tampa, Florida

Michael Atwell is in the Legends Car Series for Clem Racing Inc.
Michael Atwell is in the Legends Car Series for Clem Racing Inc.
The youngest Clem ran his first race under the USAC flag in the Quarter Midgets of America Series in Tampa, Florida. He is also first in points. “We want him to do well in school and have fun,” said Bubba the Love Sponge. “Of course we would love him to be a professional racer. Right now he is one of the best six year olds in the country.”
9 year old Michael Atwell drives a Bandolero car for Clem Racing Inc.
9 year old Michael Atwell drives a Bandolero car for Clem Racing Inc.

Tyler Clem is K&N's youngest sponsored driver
Tyler Clem is K&N's youngest sponsored driver

Tyler Clem is also K&N’s youngest sponsored driver. “K&N was one of the first corporate sponsors to believe in us,” said Bubba the Love Sponge. “The products work on and off the track. I’ve always been a K&N fan and used the product long before we were sponsored.”

Michael Atwell is a new addition to Clem Racing Inc. “Michael has a natural racing ability,” said Bubba the Love Sponge. “He is driving a Bandolero in the Legends Series.” The Bandolero car is designed for entry level racers as young as 10 and cranks out 30 horses. Bandolero cars are manufactured by 600 Racing, Inc.

Tyler is too young to get in the Bandolero, but is already practicing. He turns 7 in June.

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