Bosco Lowe (March 27, 1943), is a retired NASCAR and ARCA driver who mainly competed in the Busch Grand National Series, now Xfinity, as well as its predecessors, the Sportsman Division, and the Late Model Sportsman Division.
|Born||March 27, 1943|
Fairview, North Carolina, U.S.
|Achievements||1970 Augusta Speedway Sportsman Champion|
1977 North Carolina Sportsman Champion
|Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career|
|7 races run over 18 years|
|Best finish||91st (1968)|
|First race||1967 Hickory 100 (Hickory)|
|Last race||1985 Talladega 500 (Talladega)|
|NASCAR Xfinity Series career|
|133 races run over 7 years|
|Best finish||12th (1984)|
|First race||1982 Goody's 300 (Daytona)|
|Last race||1988 Nazareth 300|
Lowe mainly competed in the Busch Series, but he did compete in seven Winston Cup Series races. His first race was the 1967 Hickory 100 at Hickory Speedway. It was in this race that he recorded his only career top-10. He gained some fame in the 1983 Daytona 500, when he spun his car on pit road and slid down along the pit wall. He competed in 133 Busch Series races and recorded 36 top-10 finishes. His best career finish was a second place in 1982. Lowe retired from driving in 1988. Lowe was also an accomplished ARCA driver from 1984 to 1985. During the 1985 season, he scored three top-5 finishes, six top-10 finishes, and finished sixth overall. After racing, he ran Bosco Lowe Enterprises, an auto wrecking yard and sheet metal company.
- Bosco Lowe driver statistics at Racing-Reference