Colin Garrett and Sam Hunt make quite the NASCAR duo. Two young Virginians scrapping to make it in the rough and tumble world of stock car racing. “Luckily, I’ve made a relationship with Colin (Garrett) and his dad,” says Sam. “We’ve become more of a family and they’ve worked with us to where we’re at

Joey & Alyssa Rogers with Colin Garrett's NASCAR racecar

Rogers Heating & Cooling made their NASCAR debut June 29 on the hood of Colin Garrett’s #24 Sellers Racing Chevy at the Whelen Late Model 200, South Boston Speedway’s Fan Appreciation Night. Rogers brought heat to the track in the form of Garrett’s new car wrap and cool to the fans with the 250 fans

Colin Garrett qualified second for the Memphis 150 with a 23.501 and started the race with high hopes for a win. The race itself was disappointing, though, when mechanical problems early on resulted in what he described as a “really bad vibration at the end of the straights going into the corners.” Fighting the car

This weekend Colin Garrett will be driving the #18 Sam Hunt Racing Chevy in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series Memphis 150 presented by AutoZone. Sam Hunt Racing is partnering with Rette Jones Racing in a technical alliance for the race. “Colin Garrett and Sam Hunt Racing are quickly becoming players in the NASCAR K&N Pro

Stands in for competitor in Race No. 2 and moves him up 3 places in K&N standings. Colin finished P6 in Race No. 1 of the Twin 100s at South Boston Speedway on May 4. Just as Race 2 was being postponed after Lap 20 due to thunderstorms, his #18 Racing For Heroes Chevy

from South Boston Speedway – Back in the winter, Colin Garrett’s racing future looked as bleak as the weather. “I really wasn’t supposed to race anything this year. We didn’t have anything,” said Garrett. “But my dad worked and worked and put some things together.” On May 4 the 18-year will roll into South Boston

Colin Garrett returned to his hometown track, South Boston Speedway, for Saturday night’s NASCAR Easter Bunny Late Model 100. He finished P7 in the caution-free race after starting P9.

Colin Garrett made his Xfinity Series debut in Friday night’s ToyotaCare 250 at Richmond Raceway, driving the No. 66 Racing For Heroes Toyota for MBM Motorsports. Qualifying was cancelled due to persistent rain, resulting in the field being set by owners points. Colin started P24 and steadily gained positions until issues with tire pressure caused

Colin Garrett will make his Xfinity Series debut Friday at Richmond Raceway driving the No. 66 Toyota for MBM Motorsports, the team announced Wednesday. Garrett, 18, will make his first start in a national NASCAR series event. He has 14 starts in the K&N Pro Series East since last year with one top five and

Colin Garrett and Sam Hunt Racing debuted the #18 Racing For Heroes Chevy in Saturday’s NASCAR K&N Pro Series-East Zombie Auto 150 at Bristol Motor Speedway, finishing with a strong P7. He started 12th in the lineup and completed all laps of the 150-lap event. This was the second K&N East race of the 2019