|19 Nick Alexander|| ||Updated by Driver: 10/28/2010|
Edited by Staff: 10/29/2010
Hometown: Omaha, NE
Email Address: email@example.com
Marital Status: Dating - Shannon
Employer: Alexander Lawn & Landscape / Extreme Decoration Lighting of Omaha
Year Started Racing: 1998
Total Years Racing: 13
Racing Hero: Jeff Gordon and my uncle, Brian Kenkel
|Year/Make/Model: 2011 Terminator|
Owner: Alexander Construction
Crew Chief: Jake Alexander
Crew: Brian Thompson, Huck, Justin Darby, Allen Graeve, Adam Gremm.
Sponsors & Support: Alexander Construction, Simonton Windows, Thrasher Basement Systems, Smith Enterprises & Electric, QC Supply, Phones Plus / Phonet, Don & Ron's Car Star, Kenkel Farms, Mary Kay by Marie Kenkel, Prime Communcations, Benson Radiator, U.S. True Care Pharmancy, Chase Enterprises, Skippy Brown Law, Cody Express, Alexander Lawns, Judd Performance, Darby Enterprises, Gremm Ice Company, Source Electric, AD Custom Motorcoaches, VGS Trailer Repairs. I'd also like to thank everyone for their help this season.
|Shelby County Speedway (IA) - Hobby Stock #19|
I-80 Speedway (NE) - Hobby Stock #19
Junction Motor Speedway (NE) - Hobby Stock #19n
| Awards & Accomplishments|
|- 18 Feature wins.|
- 3rd in 1999 CRP Points.
- 18th in 1999 Region 5 Karting Points.
- 2nd in 2000 CRP Points.
- 2nd in 2001 CRP Points.
- 11th in 2002 Massena Points.
- 14th in 2002 Midwest Speedway Tour Region 5 Points.
- 16th in 2002 Midwest Speedway Tour Points.
- 2003 NRP Cornhusker Classic Hobby Stock Championship with 1 Feature win.
- 3 Feature wins at NRP in 2004.
- Top 15 in 2004 NRP Points after terrible luck all year.
- 7th in 2004 NRP Cornhusker Classic.
- 1 Feature win at NRP in 2005.
- Top 10 finish in 2005 Cornhusker Classic.
- Made The Chase in 2005 but had many mechanical problems throughout the season.
| Career Summary|
|I started racing Karts in 1998, then sold them and bought an IMCA/NASCAR Hobby Stock. Been involved in racing most of my life, growing up watching and helping my uncle, Brian Kenkel, race. I decided it was the thing for me too.|
| Racing Goals|
|Win Features, have Top 10 finishes, and keep the car in one piece and clean all the time.|
| Other Interesting Team Information|
|The number I picked, 19, came from the days when I ran Karts. My number was 1 and my little brother's was 9. The number I wanted was taken so I put those two together. Having my uncle Brian Kenkel and I winning on the same night at the same track was pretty awesome!|