On Saturday, July 14, Colin Garrett will strap in behind the wheel of the No. 18 Propel GPS Toyota Camry, making his sixth series start in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East during the King Cadillac GMC Throwback 100 at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park in Thompson, Connecticut…
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On Saturday, June 16, Colin Garrett will make his first career road-course start in the No. 18 Propel GPS Toyota Camry at New Jersey Motorsports Park in Millville, New Jersey where the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East will host the JUSTDRIVE.com 125.
“I am really excited to run at New Jersey Motorsports Park this weekend,” the 17-year-old rookie driver said. “I’ve always wanted to run road course races over the years, so it’s really exciting I finally get to. I think it’ll be a great learning experience for me as well as everyone at HSR.”…
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On Saturday, June 2, Colin Garrett will make his third NASCAR K&N Pro Series East career start in the Memphis 150 presented by AutoZone at Memphis International Raceway in the No. 18 Propel GPS Toyota Camry with Hunt-Sellers Racing.
Colin Garrett placed in the top five in NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Saturday at South Boston Speedway.
Colin Garrett mentioned for Saturday’s race at South Boston Speedway in the K&N Pro Series East. Colin finished in the top 5.
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Colin Garrett, a fellow Virginian who made his K&N Pro Series debut with an impressive sixth-place finish at Langley in the series’ most recent race. Originally only slated to run up to four races in the HSR No. 18 Toyota, Garrett’s showing at Langley had his team — and Rick Burtner, owner of Garrett’s primary sponsor, Propel GPS — rethinking its goals for 2018.
Expect to see Garrett run the remainder of the K&N Pro Series schedule.
Garrett only began racing in 2015, and that the K&N Pro Series is a long way from Limited Late Models. But he has a couple of things going for him — the first is Hunt, who only a few years removed from trying to climb the NASCAR ladder as a driver himself can relate to what Garrett will experience this year, and the second is Sellers. The Sellers family has been hands-on in Garrett’s racing career since his entry-level days at South Boston, and Sellers has himself been a NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national champion out of South Boston with on-track experience in the K&N Pro Series, the NASCAR XFINITY Series and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
Another talented teenager to bear watching in Saturday’s race is South Boston resident Colin Garrett who will pilot a Toyota out of the Danville-based Hunt-Sellers Racing stable.
Garrett finished sixth in his debut race in the recent NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race at Langley Speedway, giving the team its highest-ever recorded finish in NASCAR K&N Pro Series East competition.