Bowman has some laps under his belt at the one-mile track known as “The Monster Mile.” In last year’s K &N Pro Series East, the Tucson, Ariz.-native started from the ninth spot and worked his way up to third before an engine issue cut his day short.
This week’s Impala… The No. 30 team will unload chassis TMS-321 this weekend at Dover International Speedway. This chassis last saw track time at Texas and Las Vegas where Turner Motorsports Teammate Kasey Kahne finished 10th (led for 40 laps) and 3rd, respectively.
Who’s on the Pit Box? Bowman will have the opportunity to work with veteran crew chief, Mike Hillman, Jr. this weekend at Dover. Hillman Jr. recently took over as crew chief for the No. 30 Turner Motorsports team which has featured a myriad of drivers over the course of this year. He is an accomplished crew chief in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) since 2005, having called the shots in 186 races and earning 19 wins, 81 top-five finishes, 108 top-10 finishes, eight poles and two championships (2006 and 2010, both with Todd Bodine).
Bowman on this weekend’s NNS race at Dover: “I can’t wait to get out on the track at Dover. Racing in the Nationwide Series these last couple of weeks has been very exciting for me. I’m happy to team up with Turner Motorsports again in the No. 30 Allegiant Travel Company Chevrolet. Justin Allgaier always runs well there and, no doubt, having Kasey Kahne as a teammate will be an added advantage for me. As far as goals for the weekend – I think a top-10 is easily reachable and I would be pretty happy with that for just my third series start.”