New Xfinity team, rookie driver who’s never been to Darlington, racing with no practice laps or qualifying after COVID-19… What could possibly go wrong?
NASCAR driver Colin Garrett is delivering free alcohol-based hand sanitizer to first responders and essential businesses.
High tech slot car event company, will be on Garrett’s Sam Hunt Racing No. 26 Xfinity Series car and Niece Motorsports’ Truck at Homestead-Miami on March 20-21, 2020.
Media outlet We Are The Mighty interviewed the marketing strategist behind the NASCAR team racing to combat veteran suicide, Lisa Kipps-Brown.
Marine Veteran-owned company furthers its mission to support Veterans & Spouses in advancing their careers, improve quality of life, and prevent suicide in the military community.
NASCAR’s Colin Garrett and Sam Hunt announced their crowdfunded Xfinity team topped their 200k goal to race at Daytona and also covered a veteran’s stem cell treatments.
Partnership will promote Veterans’ causes & the American Dream through the new crowdfunded Xfinity team.
39 cars were vying for 38 spots at the Ford Ecoboost 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, the 2019 season’s final NASCAR Xfinity race. Colin had to qualify 33rd or better to make the race and in his very first qualifying run at an Xfinity Series 1.5 mile speedway, he qualified 15th. Garrett leveraged the pit crew
Hunt-Garrett Racing To Compete in 2020 Series 26-year-old Sam Hunt and 19-year-old Colin Garrett, the youngest owner/driver duo in NASCAR, announced today that they are bringing a crowdfunded Xfinity Series team to the sport. Hunt-Garrett Racing will be structured around and funded by the American people and the companies that hire them. Hunt-Garrett Racing will
Colin Garrett makes his debut driving the No. 38 Wide Open Entrepreneurs Chevrolet in NASCAR’s Gander Outdoors Truck Series Friday, Sept. 13, at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. In the words of Colin’s father: “Like any entrepreneur, you’ve got to trust your instincts and step out of your comfort zone… Colin Garrett has never set foot