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Garrett Cale Alberson
Las Cruces, New Mexico
March 3rd, 1989
6' 1"
185 lbs
Marital Status:
Dirt Super Late Model
Occupation: 2018 Crew Member for the Black Diamond Race Cars House Car for Earl Pearson Jr.
Years Racing:
Career Wins: Super Late Model - 43
Super Trucks - 63
Chassis: Black Diamond - Dirt Super Late Model
Engine: Durham Racing Engine
Team Owner: Raymond Childress
Favorite Movie: Out Cold
Favorite Food: Taco Bell
Favorite Race Track: Aztec Speedway
(Farmington, NM)
Racing Hero: Brian Birkhofer
Billy Moyer
Race Most Like To Win: Anything at Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, OH) or the Knoxville Late Model Nationals (Knoxville, IA)
Crew Chief: Team Effort
Crew: Rusty and Kim Bowen, Chris and Sherry Dermine, Craig and Kathi Alberson, Dave and Nita Deetz
Brief History
Garrett began racing BMX at the age of 4-years-old and continued until the age of 13-years-old. He would jump to Go-Karts at 14-years old before moving onto the Dirt Super Truck class at 15. He raced Dirt Super Trucks for his family-owned team in 2004, 2005, and 2006. For the 2008 and 2009 seasons he piloted a Super Truck entry that was fielded by Rex Porter.

The 2010 season saw him making the move to Deetz Racing as he made his first Dirt Super Late Model starts. The 2011 season marked his first full-season in a Dirt Super Late Model, and he also entered a few Dirt Super Truck events. It would prove to be a successful season as he won the El Paso Speedway Park (El Paso, Texas) Late Model Championship as well as the UMP DIRTCar Western States Championship and Championship Late Model Association (CLMA) Rookie of the Year honors.

In 2012 he again made an assault on the CLMA and UMP sanctions in the West. He claimed the CLMA Series Championship and finished second in the UMP Western States Championship. He also collected 14 feature wins along the way.

2013 saw Garrett enjoy an exceptional season, claiming fourteen Dirt Super Late Model wins along with five Super Truck victories. In addition to his numerous victories at various track, Garret also recorded an impressive 35 top five finishes in his #43 Dirt Super Late Model.

In 2014, Garrett relocated to the state of Louisiana looking to expand his Dirt Super Late Model career. Battling against a stout field of competition at events across the country each week, Alberson collected on feature win on the season. He added ten top five finishes to his résumé and registered nineteen top ten efforts.

Making his way to a total of 36 events during the 2015 campaign, Garrett Alberson captured one win at Leesville 171 Speedway (Leesville, Louisiana) for the $3000-to-win Bash on the Bayou. With the weather affecting seven of his planned events, Alberson recorded five Top 5 finishes. He also ended the season with 12 Top 10 outings.

Competing in a total of events during the 2016 season, Garrett Alberson reeled in one win coming in the opening night of the Rockabilly 45 at I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas) in early August. Losing four of his scheduled dates to the weather, Alberson posted 16 Top 10 finishes and 11 Top 5 outings.

The 2017 season saw Garrett Alberson attend a total of 40 events while visiting victory lane twice. With the weather determining the outcome of 10 of his scheduled dates, Alberson recorded 26 Top-10 outings and 16 Top-5 finishes. He also finished second in the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) point standings.