Alex Bowman

Young Alex Bowman Takes Over the No. 88 at HMS

CHARLOTTE, NC – Alex Bowman spent a year at Hendrick Motorsports subbing for Dale Earnhardt Jr. and generally helping out and waiting. When Earnhardt decided to retire at the end of last season, Bowman was pegged to replace him in the No. 88 Chevrolet CamaroZL1.

Jimmie Johnson Looks Forward to 2018, Loves His Young Team, and Won’t buy the Panthers

CHARLOTTE, NC – Seven-Time NASCAR Cup champion Jimmie Johnson faces having a new race car (the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1) and a changing Hendrick Motorsports organization. As the seasoned and senior driver of the No. 48 Lowe’s Chevrolet, a leadership role emerges, even if last year’s performance was not up to the team’s usual standards.

The Players – The Best Teams’ 2018 Lineup in NASCAR Cup

It’s only a short time until the annual Media Tour at the Hall of Fame in Charlotte. We will learn a lot there, but a couple things are obvious. There will be 24 major teams running next year (10 Fords, nine Chevrolets, and five Toyotas).

Alex Bowman Drives to Victory at Charlotte in First XFINITY Start This Season

Alex Bowman claimed his first NASCAR national series victory Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway in the rain-delayed XFINITY Series race.

Bowman Named as Earnhardt’s Successor

Alex Bowman will take over as the driver of the No. 88 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet from the retiring Dale Earnhardt Jr. in the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, the team announced in a press release this morning.

Alex Bowman Approaching Final Race as Substitute Driver

As Saturday night's Advance Auto Parts Clash approaches, for many drivers, it's the beginning of a new season. However, the opposite is true for Alex Bowman who has one more shot to show that he belongs in a ride in one of NASCAR's top three series.

Alex Bowman’s Career to Date and Future Plans

Since the latter half of 2016, Alex Bowman's career has seen an uptick thanks to his time subbing for an injured Dale Earnhardt Jr. When the checkered flag flies tomorrow night, however, his time in the 88 car comes to an end.

The Final Word – All that mattered at Phoenix were six cars seeking two spots

It sucks not to matter. Forty cars took to the track at Phoenix, and only six of them mattered. Not Jimmie Johnson or Carl Edwards. Both had already locked in a final four berth at Homestead, so they mattered not. Not Kyle Larson or Trevor Bayne, who spun early.

Alex Bowman Continues to Impress with Sixth Place Finish at Phoenix

What a difference a few months can make. Bowman has gone from being jobless in January to joining JR Motorsports for eight XFINITY races to becoming the interim driver for Dale Earnhardt Jr. for what will be 10 Sprint Cup Series events.

Victory Eludes Dominant Bowman at Phoenix

Alex Bowman had a dominant day in the Valley of the Sun from start to finish, but it wasn't enough for the native son to score his first series victory.

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