Kenny Wallace

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.

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Chris Rice

Picture7Chris Rice began his career at South Boston Speedway, serving as crew chief for various late model teams; most notably are Elliott Sadler (96-96) and brother Hermie Sadler (90-93). Together with Hermie, Rice won the 1995 South Boston Speedway Championship and finished 2nd in the national point standings.

Rice joined Bill Davis Racing in 2003 as crew chief of the No. 23 car with driver Scott Wimmer. They earned one win (Pikes Peak), four top-five, and 12 top-10 finishes. In 2004, Rice earned ten top-10 finishes with driver Kenny Wallace. That same year, Rice served as crew chief for the No. 23 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series entry for driver Shane Hmiel.

Rice joined Kevin Harvick Inc. for four races in 2006 as crew chief of the No. 33 truck with driver Ron Hornaday. Rice served as crew chief of ThorSport Racing’s No. 13 Camping World Truck Series and No. 13 Nationwide Series entries with driver Shelby Howard in 2008. He then joined ML Motorsports as crew chief of the No. 70 car with Howard in September of 2009. Rice stayed with the team until joining RAB Racing in July of 2011 as Director of Special Projects.

Rice spent 2012 as crew chief for John Wes Townley and RAB Racing’s No. 09 Toyota Tundra in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. He was selected as crew chief for Alex Bowman and RAB Racing’s No. 99 Toyota Camry for the 2013 NASCAR Nationwide Series season as Bowman competes for Rookie of the Year honors.

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Jean “Frenchy” Guerra

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Tyler Allen

Allen started as a volunteer at Venturini Motorsports cleaning and organizing the shop while learning the basics of how professional race teams work. Two months later, he was hired full time as shop mechanic and crew member on the weekend race team.

Allen was soon promoted to car chief and in 2012 was assigned to support ARCA driver Brennan Poole who had a successful season with 2 wins, 8 top five, and 15 top ten finishes ending the year in 3rd place for the championship points. Allen focused on getting hands-on experience in building the race cars doing fabrication, welding, assembling and installing critical components. With this knowledge he then moved to the final car setup process where the Venturini team taught him the technical skill of using pull down rigs, setup plates and wind tunnel testing that ensured the cars were the best prepared cars on the track. The Venturini experience would be critical in preparing Allen for his goal of moving into NASCAR.

In 2013, Allen was offered an opportunity in the NASCAR Nationwide Series at RAB Racing and joins the team for the 2013 season as the compete for the Rookie of the Year title.

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