Ken Alexander, born January 4, 1953 is a former NASCAR driver from Anderson, SC. He competed in twelve Nationwide Series events in his career, and owned the #63 Pontiac, formerly of Hensley Motorsports in 2002, before selling his team.
Alexander attempted to make his series debut in 1999, driving the #03 Greased Lightning Chevy (he is a co-founder of that company) at Dover. However, Alexander crashed in qualifying and did not make the race.
Alexander would have til wait until August 2001 at Bristol to make his debut, driving for Jay Robinson Racing. Starting 39th in the race, Alexander would fall to last (43rd) an engine gave out on the first lap. However, Alexander stayed with the team for six more races, earning a best finish of 30th at Richmond and Memphis. He was able to finish four of his seven races with the team and also ran at Charlotte for Moy Racing, where he finished 41st.
In early 2002, Alexander bought Hensley Motorsports from the Hensley family and began running the #63 Chevy full-time in the series. He would drive four races for his own team, running from the second race of the year at Rockingham to the fifth at Bristol. He would earn a best finish of 29th at Darlington before turning the ride over to Shane Hall who finished the year out with the team. Alexander closed shop following 2002 and he has not raced since.