|57m Mitch Dowhower|| ||Updated by Driver: 2/7/2013|
Edited by Staff: 2/8/2013
|Hometown: Sioux City, IA|
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Marital Status: Married - Sheena
Job: Network Administrator
Year Started Racing: 1999
Total Years Racing: 13
|Year/Make/Model: Terminator Chassis by Harris|
Crew Chief: Hal Dowhower
Crew: Dad, Butch, Steve.
Sponsors & Support: J&J's Pronto, Flyin' J Fab, Essig Racing Engines, SAPP Bros Petroleum, MAD Photography, Bosch Paint & Body, ArtWorks Graphics by Mobile Image, Terminator Chassis by Harris.
|Boone Speedway (IA) - Stock Car #57m|
Buena Vista Raceway (IA) - Stock Car #57m
Beatrice Speedway (NE) - Stock Car #57m
Raceway Park (SD) - Stock Car #57m
| Awards & Accomplishments|
|2000 - First Feature win at Interstate Speedway in Jefferson, SD in IMCA Hobby Stock.|
2001 - B Feature win in 2001 IMCA Super Nationals, A Feature qualifier for October Fest in Beatrice in IMCA Hobby Stock.
2002 - 2 Feature wins and 3rd in Points including the inaugural race win at Blackbird Bend Speedway in Onawa, IA, voted most improved IMCA Hobby Stock driver at Interstate Speedway.
2003 - 4 Feature wins and 2nd in Points at Blackbird Bend Speedway, Midwest IMCA Stock Car Championship, Hobby Stock Feature win.
2004 - Moved up to 360 B-Mods. 2 Feature wins, Top 10 in Points at Blackbird Bend and Park Jefferson, honored as Most Improved Driver.
2005 - Moved up to IMCA Modified with 3 heat race wins and a Top 4 at Blackbird Bend.
2006 - Ran half a year IMCA Modified and half a year IMCA Stock Car.
2007 - 2nd in Track Points at Park Jefferson, IMCA Stock Car South Dakota State Points Championship.
2008 - 2 Feature wins at Park Jefferson, 2 Feature wins at Raceway Park, 1 Feature win at Blackbird Bend and qualified for the IMCA Super Nationals A Feature.
| Career Summary|
|I enjoyed watching NASCAR on TV with my dad when I was younger. I knew nothing about dirt racing until I was 13, but from then on I knew what I wanted to do. I built my first race car when I was 16 and now I enjoy it even more than I did then!|
| Racing Goals|
|I get a lot of enjoyment out of the fact that racing is a family sport.|
| Other Interesting Team Information|
|When I was younger my favorite two numbers were 7 and 5. The 7 was for my favorite race car driver, Alan Kulwicki. When Alan lost his life I became a Terry Labonte fan, and that's where the 5 comes from. For a while, my car number was 57 (from my football number).|