30 Odd 6

30 Odd 6 – Alex Bowman

So, 30 Odd 6 is your weekly feature focusing on the 30th driver in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. However, since there were only 21 cars in the All Star Race, we’re focusing on the guy who unfortunately came in last.

Name: Alex Bowman

Age: 25

Hometown: Tuscon, AZ

Team: Hendrick Motorsports

Odd 6

  1. Outside of the car, he likes working on cars, quarter midgets, spending time on the lake and playing with his two dogs, Roscoe and Finn.
  2. Thinking of cars, his favorite is the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1.
  3. His choice of food is Mexican.
  4. When he goes on vacation, he loves going to Grand Lake, CO.
  5. In terms of tracks, he really likes ISM Raceway (which makes sense just for the fact that it’s his home track).
  6. He had nine national championships and 165 feature wins under his belt by 2006.
30 Odd 6

30 Odd 6 – Jennifer Jo Cobb

30 Odd 6 is your weekly feature focusing on the 30th driver, normally in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. We’ve got a plot twist this week – we’re going for the 22nd place finisher in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

Name: Jennifer Jo Cobb

Age: 44

Hometown: Kansas City, KS

Team: Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing

Odd 6

  1. Outside of the car, she enjoys working out, reading and traveling
  2. She was voted into the top five of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Most Popular Driver vote.
  3. Her foundation, Driven2Honor, highlights a female military member at each NASCAR event.
  4. Mike Harmon was once charged with stealing some of her haulers and cars – said haulers and cars were eventually recovered.
  5. She’s the only female owner/driver in any of NASCAR’s national touring series.
  6. She also has a speaking career outside of racing where she discusses both her racing and business careers.
30 Odd 6

30 Odd 6 – Spencer Boyd

30 Odd 6 is your weekly feature focusing on the 30th driver, normally in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Like last week, we’re focusing on the 30th place finisher from the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

Name: Spencer Boyd

Age: 22

Hometown: Creve Coeur, MO

Team: SS-Green Light Racing

Odd 6

  1. His hometown is near St Louis.
  2. He moved to the Charlotte, N.C., area at the age of 14 to become a NASCAR driver.
  3. He has a degree from Rowan-Cabarrus Community College.
  4. He now attends Strayer University.
  5. He used to sell cars in Concord, NC.
  6. He’s sponsored by Grunt Style, which is owned and run by veterans.
30 Odd 6

30 Odd 6 – Austin Cindric

30 Odd 6 is your weekly feature focusing on the 30th driver, normally in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Like last week, we’re focusing on the 30th place finisher from the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

Name: Austin Cindric

Age: 19

Hometown: Columbus, OH

Team: Roush Fenway Racing

Odd 6

  1. His grandfather, Jim Trueman, was an IndyCar team owner and founded Red Roof Inn.
  2. Cheating a bit here, but his dad, Tim Cindric, is also the president of Team Penske.
  3. He went to the Cannon School in Concord, NC.
  4. Relatedly, he ended up competing in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway a few hours after graduating high school.
  5. He’s won the Presidential Fitness Award three times.
  6. Outside of the car, he enjoys mountain biking, water sports and music.
30 Odd 6

30 Odd 6 – Kaz Grala

30 Odd 6 is your weekly feature focusing on the 30th driver, normally in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. This week, we’re making the leap to the Xfinity Series and focusing on their 30th place finisher from Richmond.

Name: Kaz Grala

Age: 19

Hometown: Boston, MA

Team: JGL Racing

Odd 6

  1. He graduated from Worcester Academy, located in Worcester, MA, in 2017.
  2. Thinking of school, he plans to major in engineering at Georgia Tech.
  3. He spends time in both Massachusetts and North Carolina.
  4. Outside of NASCAR, he enjoys traveling, engineering and road course/ endurance racing.
  5.  His ancestry is Polish.
  6. He’s the youngest winner in Daytona International Speedway’s history after winning the 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race there at 18 years, 1 month and 26 days old.