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In 2006, Huntington filed a lawsuit against Carey, alleging he owed large amounts of money for his trademark and likeness.
Hart reportedly hired high-profile Las Vegas attorney Gene Porter to resolve the case through a mediation settlement, which was in turn successful.
Hart became attracted to the sport previously from being a fan of CORR (Championship Off-Road Racing Series) which ended in 2008.
Hart and Huntington Off-Road secured over 40 podium finishes.
Hart competed in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series driving for the Team in the Unlimited 2 category (known in the past as a PRO 2), finishing 6th in Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series and was nominated "Rookie of the Year" in LOORR Series.
In April 2009, H&H moved to a bigger store inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas and created the Hart & Huntington Freestyle tour, which toured alongside Pink's arena tour in Australia.
In 2006, two Hart & Huntington Tattoo Company stores opened in Hawaii and Cabo.
Hart again took part in Gumball 3000, which saw the drivers race from London to Los Angeles.
Kenny Watson has been team manager from the beginning.
The same year, Hart participated in the Gumball 3000, an annual British 3,000-mile (4,800 km) international road rally which takes place on public roads. He is also featured in the film Gumball 3000; The Movie.
The biographical documentary Goodtimes With Carey Hart was also released in 2003.
In late 2008 Hart & Huntington's Cabo store was closed.
In 2009, Hart teamed up with Premiere Motor Sports Group (PMG) to launch the Hart and Huntington Off-Road team which is a Short Course Truck Team led by Ryan Busnardo, Nick Kilian and Scot Demmer.