FinishLine Racing School's Rising Stars !!


We will spotlight a different "Rising Star" from FinishLine Racing School Students.

Archived pages:
June 2006 - PJ Chesson - Indy Driver
July 2006 - Bryan Clauson - USAC Driver
August 2006 - Landon Cassill - ASA Driver
October 2006 - Donny Schatz - 2006 World of Outlaws Champion

November 2006 - Tyler Brown - Delaware Speedway Late Model "Rookie of the Year"
December 2006 - B.J. McLeod - Bright House Challenge Super Late Model Champion
February 2007 - Woody Pitkat - NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series
March 2007 - Josh Wise - USAC Champion
May 2007 - Brad Kuhn - Midget Champion
June 2007 - Greg Kleila - 2006 Riverhead Speedway Late Model Champion
July 2007 - Tayla Orleans - Allison Legacy Series Youngest Competitor
September 2007 - Andy Lally - Rolex Grand Am Champion & Busch Series
November 2007 - Will Thomas - 2006 & 2007 MAARA Champion
April 2008 - Ryan Mathews - NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series
July 2008 - Alli Owens - ARCA RE/MAX Series



(May 2004 FinishLine Racing School Class)

Alli Owens - ARCA ReMax Series

Alli Owens was born September 2, 1988 and grew up  in Daytona, Florida. She attended FinishLine Racing School in May, 2004, and worked there after school assisting in any thing that had to do with race cars. She graduated from HS in 3 years in order to further pursue her racing career. She started her racing career at the age of 8 in a BMX bicycle race winning the President's Cup. Alli went on to Quarter Midgets, then Dirt Pure Stocks where, in her first season, she finished 6th in the championship standings at Volusia Speedway Park. In 2004 Alli attended FinishLine Racing School and competed in the Mini Stock division at New Smyrna Speedway finishing 3rd in the championship standings and captured the division's Rookie of the Year award. In 2005 Alli took on the Late Model division at New Smyrna Speedway and finished 2nd place in her first race and she ended the season 3rd in the championship standings and was awarded with her 2nd Rookie of the Year award. Alli went on to compete in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series and now, in 2008, she is competing in the ARCA RE/MAX series driving the No. 12 ElectrifyingCareers.com Chevrolet fielded by DGM Racing. 

Website: http://www.alliowens.com/

Photos: http://www.alliowens.com/photos.html

Bio:
http://www.alliowens.com/bio.html

Interning at FinishLine Racing School:

TWO REASONS TO SMILE
TWO REASONS TO SMILE - Alli Owens has two very good reasons to be excited about competing in Friday’s ARCA RE/MAX Kentucky 150 at Kentucky Speedway. The 19-yearold driver turned the fourth fastest lap in the open test session held at the 1.5 mile speedway a few weeks ago. She is heading into the race with increased confidence. (read more...)

ALLI OWENS FOURTH FASTEST IN KENTUCKY TEST
Sparta, Ky. (July 1, 2008) -The ARCA RE/MAX Series held an open test today at Kentucky Speedway and series rookie Alli Owens turned in the fourth fastest lap with an unofficial speed of 174.081 mph. The series returns to the 1.5 mile speedway on July 18 for the ARCA RE/MAX 150.
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A TEEN WITH A NEED FOR SPEED

Series: Asphalt Late Model Division
This young racer grew up racing BMX bicycles and Quarter Midget cars. With the help from her family and some close racing friends, she started racing stock cars on the half-mile dirt track in Barberville, Florida. Alli finished the 2003 season 6th in championship points out of a field of 27 cars.
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Alli Owens News & Notes - DEBUT WEEKEND at Daytona
Growing up in Daytona Beach, Fla. it's no surprise that ARCA RE/MAX Series rookie Alli Owens is bubbling with excitement over her entry in the ARCA 200 at Daytona International Speedway. Not only does this race mark her first with DGM Racing, it also marks her series debut and first race on the famed 2.5 mile superspeedway. (read more...)

Exclusive FT Interview with ARCA’s Alli Owens
July 2008
What follows is the first of what I hope will be a long series of interviews conducted with various females that are just below NASCAR’s radar. They are for the most part underfunded, but dedicated to making it to the top rung of the stock car ladder.

My roots being in the Mid-West, and specifically ARCA’s brand of racing, the selection of Alli Owens as the first in the series was an easy one and affirmed by her consistent level of performance during her rookie year at the ARCA level.
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