NASCAR: Alex Bowman's 'Hack' shirts are a huge hit and raising money for charity


The ‘Hack’ is giving back.

NASCAR star Alex Bowman started selling a T-shirt to celebrate his victory on Sunday at Martinsville with the word “Hack” on it as a joke after Denny Hamlin called him that as an insult for crashing into him near the end of the race.

Bowman now says they’ve been selling so well that a portion of the proceeds will be donated to animal shelters in the Charlotte, N.C., area.

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

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

A rep for the Hendrick Motorsports driver told Fox News Autos that Bowman sold over 1,800 of the $24.99 shirts the first two says they were on sale and that the orders are still coming in hot.

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

The “Hack” shirt is outselling the “Nobody likes us anyway” shirt he Bowman released in April after his win at Richmond Raceway, which based on a response he gave over the radio to his crew chief, who had razzed him for doing a “pretty weak burnout.”

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