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
Car hauler will become a traveling meet-up spot for Veterans and active duty NASCAR driver Colin Garrett announced today that he’s partnering with Racing For Heroes (RFH), a nonprofit based at Virginia International Raceway that was founded by Service-Disabled Army Special Forces CW3 Mike Evock to help save other Veterans’ lives by fighting the epidemic
Colin Garrett and Sam Hunt Racing are putting hugely funded teams on notice: talent CAN compete in a sport that is so dominated by big money. With the 2019 racing season kicking off during Florida Speedweeks at the New Smyrna World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing, Garrett proved he’s already revved up for a
NASCAR K&N Pro Series and Super Late Model driver Colin Garrett announced today that he has selected The Mid-Atlantic Broadband Communities Corporation‘s initiative, Invest Southern Virginia, as the nonprofit he will promote during 2019. Invest Southern Virginia helps connect growing advanced manufacturing, data center, and technology companies to qualified sites in the Southern Virginia region.
Running Super Late Model #24 Chevy Camaro at New Smyrna’s World Series K&N Pro Series and Super Late Model NASCAR driver Colin Garrett announced today that he will race his #24 Super Late Model Chevy Camaro for Jamie Yelton’s Fat Head Racing in the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing at New Smyrna Speedway,
Veteran Crew Chief Clinton Cram Returns to Lead Experienced Team 18-year-old Colin Garrett, driver of the No. 18 car for Hunt-Sellers Racing in last year’s K&N Pro Series East, will return to drive the car for Sam Hunt Racing in the 2019 season, the team announced today. Much of the 2018 team’s roster will also
Colin Garrett won two awards at the NASCAR Touring Series 2018 Banquet: K&N Pro Series East 10th in Points, and the Driver Achievement Award. With him finishing 10th in points despite missing the first 2 races, we can’t help but wonder how he would have finished if he had raced them all!
Colin Garrett loved his days on the road this season as a rookie in the NASCAR K&N East Series, but he’s happy to be coming home on November 3, even if it means a little extra work. Garrett will compete in both the Late Model Stock and the Super Late Model portions of the autosbynelson.com