Hometown: Tucson, AZ Born: April 25, 1993
Resides: Mooresville, NC Marital Status: Single
Alex Bowman began his racing career in 2000 behind the wheel of a midget. From 2000-2006, Bowman won nine 1/4 Midget National Championships and 165 1/4 Midget Feature wins. He spent 2008 competing in the USAC National Focus Midget Championship and the California Dirt Focus Midget Championship, where he won both series while also posting 11 USAC Focus wins. In 2007, Bowman debuted in the VRA Junior Focus Midget Series with a win. In 2009, Bowman became the DMS Driver Challenge winner, National Midget Rookie of The Year, and accumulated two Western Midget wins.
In 2010, Bowman made the transition to stock cars, signing on as a development driver for Haas CNC Racing in 2010 and made his USAR Pro Cup debut. In 2011, Bowman became the first ARCA Racing Series driver to post two wins in his first two starts. That same year, he garnered the K&N Pro Series East Rookie of The Year title. In 2012, Bowman posted four ARCA wins (the most of any driver), most laps led, most pole awards, and won the ARCA Rookie of the Year title. He also made his NASCAR Nationwide Series debut.
2013 marks Bowman’s first full season of NASCAR Nationwide competition, in which he will compete for Rookie of the Year honors piloting the No. 99 Toyota Camry. In the first five races of the 2013 season, Bowman has posted one top-five and two top-10 finishes, and won the Sunoco Rookie of the Race twice.