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In a sport where most drivers begin their career karting at age 4, Colin didn’t start until he piloted his first race car at age 15. Four short years later he competed in his first NASCAR Xfinity Series race and in 2023 won the National Championship in the TC America TCX Series.
   2015 - Season 1: Pure Stock, South Boston Speedway
2016 - Season 2: NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Limited Late Model. Finished 4th in points.
    2019 - Season 5: Started racing in Xfinity & Gander Outdoors Truck Series & began promoting Racing For Heroes & The Rosie Network.
  2018 - Season 4: Moved up to K&N Pro Series East. Missed first 2 races but finished 10th in points for the season.
2022 - Season 8: Added road
racing & won his 3rd series start. Transitioned 11/11 Veteran Project
into a business to increase impact. Partnered with CSM (Ret) Gretchen Evans, TeamUNBROKEN & No Barriers.
2017 - Season 3: South Boston Speedway’s 2017 Limited Sportsman Division Champion. Broke the track’s qualifying speed record twice.
     2020 - Season 6: Crowdfunded for Daytona & to pay for a Veteran’s stem cell treatments.
2021 - Season 7: First Braille paint scheme & Blind Owned sponsor. Began teaching Tactical Mobility Driving to Active Duty, government agencies, and executive protection teams.
2023 - Season 9: National Champion TC America TCX. Named 12th best driver globally by BMW Motorsports. Held 11/11’s first Pitch Competition at Iowa Veterans Entrepreneurship Conference.

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