U.S. Marine Corps veteran, Matt “Mohawk” Denny, his wife, Lindy Denny, and Colin Garrett Racing are partnering in support of Garrett’s 11/11 Veteran Project, a crowdfunded organization poised to offer veterans a platform to promote available resources and support for building and maintaining personal success.  This ‘Be Awesome’ campaign of the 11/11 Veteran Project raises

Colin Garrett is back in the No. 26 Toyota Supra this weekend at Daytona International Speedway for the NASCAR Xfinity Series Wawa 250 Powered by Coca-Cola. Daytona has been in Garrett’s sights since he missed the season opener in 2020 by .01 seconds — a disappointment felt by the whole team that year. This year,

photo of Colin Garrett's race car at the Michigan Speedway finish line

A special race where Colin honored his grandfather, disabled US Army veteran Roy Kaywood, and piloted the first NASCAR ride with a Braille paint scheme and blind-owned sponsor ended with a wild triple overtime finish. With no qualifying, Garrett’s No26 Springfield Distillery Toyota Supra started the race at P29 based on team points and finished P20. Team owner Sam

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Colin Garrett is piloting the No. 26 Toyota Supra with Sam Hunt Racing on August 21 at Michigan International Speedway for the NASCAR Xfinity Series New Holland 250. After placing 15th in the Xfinity Series in a rain-shortened race at Talladega back in May, he is looking forward to being back on a track. What’s

More than six decades after his grandfather raced his ‘49 Cadillac on I-94, Colin Garrett is set to take on Michigan International Speedway.  While Roy Kaywood and his brother, Roger, may have driven on a highway before it opened to the public in 1960, Garrett is taking a bit of a different route: racing on

In his first 2021 Xfinity Series race, Colin Garrett honored late Rear Admiral Tom Brown, II, SEAL (Ret.) with his name on the passenger side door of the  No. 26 Sam Hunt Racing RFH Tactical Mobility Toyota Supra for the Ag-Pro 300. Garrett started P22 and finished P15 after the race was called for rain.

Colin Garrett is headed to Talladega Speedway! The 20-year-old driver will return to the NASCAR Xfinity Series in the No. 26 Toyota Supra with Sam Hunt Racing on April 24 for the Ag-Pro 300. Sponsored by Veteran Owned businesses, Garrett’s car will also have a place of honor for the late RADM Tom Brown II

When the doctor put Mike Evock into a race car simulator, the retired Green Beret had no idea why… That began his journey to combat veteran suicide.

Garrett’s first-ever lap at Kansas Speedway when he took the green flag and ended the race named Highest Mover of the race.

With some of the fastest track times of the day, Garrett moved from P39 to P17 and was going strong until taken out by a crash in front of him.