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Sage Karam Returns to Sam Hunt Racing for Chicago Street Race with Colture Sports

Sage Karam Sam Hunt Racing Colture Sports Chicago Street Course 2024 The Loop 110

Photo Credit: Sam Hunt Racing

Sage Karam will make his fifth NASCAR Xfinity Series start of the 2024 season, and his fourth with Sam Hunt Racing, as he slides behind the wheel of the team’s No. 26 Toyota GR Supra this weekend in The Loop 110 at the Chicago Street Course.

Karam’s No. 26 machine will feature a bold red and black paint scheme, and a new primary sponsorship partner in Colture Sports, which is a sports management company which has ties in the basketball and football worlds. The company is excited to extend into NASCAR with this partnership with Karam and Sam Hunt Racing.

“Colture Sports is thrilled to announce our new partnership with Sam Hunt Racing. This sponsorship represents a significant step in our commitment to supporting dynamic and competitive sports teams,” said Colture Sports Founder & CEO Ty Baisden. “Colture Sports and Sam Hunt Racing share a passion for excellence, innovation, and community engagement. This collaboration is a natural fit for both our brands. Diversity is at the heart of Colture Sports and we believe that embracing different perspectives and backgrounds fosters creativity and drives success. Each year we hope to continue to collaborate to further raise the bar and deliver a diverse and thrilling fan experience.”

According to a press release from the team, the goal for Colture Sports with the Sam Hunt Racing partnership is for the company to help break down barriers and create opportunities for drivers from diverse backgrounds to excel in the sport of NASCAR. Sam Hunt Racing team owner Sam Hunt echoes that mission statement.

“A primary goal within my role is to help my teammates succeed as humans, and use our platform to reach new places, cultures, and athletes outside of motorsport,” said Hunt. “To partner with Colture Sports for the Chicago Street Race, a forward-thinking brand that genuinely believes in providing a positive culture for their talent that goes far beyond support within their respective sport – is something we are not only excited about, but truly believe in. Ty [Baisden] is building a positive movement for the future, and we are ready to bring Colture Sports into the forefront of the NASCAR space.”

Karam’s best finish in his four NASCAR Xfinity Series starts this season was a 17th-place result with Sam Hunt Racing at Circuit of the Americas in March. In 29 career starts in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, the 29-year-old racer has collected two top-five finishes, which came at Daytona International Speedway in 2022, and Road America in 2023.

The Pennsylvania native competed in the Inaugural NASCAR Xfinity Series Street Race at Chicago, which was shortened to just 25 laps due to weather last season. In that race, Karam started 11th and finished 22nd driving for Alpha Prime Racing.

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