A look at Alex Bowman's off-season.
February 4th, 2020
As winter begins to come to an end and the Super Bowl is now behind us that means only one thing for fans of racing. Up next is the Daytona 500! As we prepare for the upcoming race on February 16th some fans may wonder what it is that drivers do during the off-season. Some may choose to spend quality time with their friends and family, some may attend events, and some may even continue to scratch the racing bug within them. All of these were checked off the list for driver Alex Bowman during the offseason. Spending quality time with his two dogs, Roscoe and Finn were of course towards the top of the list for this driver. Bowman even tweeted a photo of the two wishing his fans a Merry Christmas. That wasn’t the only thing the driver was up to during the offseason. Dirt racing was also on the mind for this driver who grew up racing midget cars in Arizona. His next stop would be Tulsa Oklahoma for the infamous Chili Bowl. Bowman had been preparing for the event during the 2019 NASCAR season he would return to the track as a driver and owner. Allowing C.J Leary to climb behind the wheel of the Valvoline machine. Although Bowman did not end up making it past the second B feature for this event, Leary made it all the way into the A-main. Finishing in P 17 to winner Kyle Larson. As the 2020 season begins with testing and media Bowman tells fans via Instagram to “bring it on.” Hoping to bring the fans many more wins in the upcoming season. Bowman also helped kick off the excitement of Daytona with the help of his sponsor for the event Valvoline. Promoting the traditional red, white, and blue paint scheme that will run on the No.88 Chevy.
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