Alex Bowman Racing
Alex Bowman is a native of Tucson, Arizona. Bowman started his racing career on short tracks in Arizona and California at age 7, driving quarter midget cars before advancing to USAC but his infatuation with cars and speed started long before that. Growing up immersed in the car culture, Bowman has a passion for cars whether he is tricking out a “Bucket List” car, working on his next drift car project or working on racecars. He likes his stock cars low, light and to the left but prefers to have all of his cars low and his iPod is filled with Electronic Dance Music. If it is up to Bowman, he would be drifting on the NASCAR off weekends.
At the age of 17, Bowman moved to full-bodied stock car racing. Bowman drove in select races in the Pro Cup Series in 2010, before moving to the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East for 2011. Bowman finished sixth in series points, winning Rookie of the Year. Bowman also competed in two ARCA Racing Series events during 2011 at Madison International Speedway and Kansas Speedway winning both events. He moved full-time to ARCA for 2012 as a development driver for Penske Racing winning races at Salem Speedway, Winchester Speedway and Iowa Speedway over the course of the year.