Trackhouse Racing and Daniel Suarez announces multi-year extension on Wednesday. The Mexican born driver was one name on the long list of drivers set to be free agents in the upcoming offseason. This announcement means Suarez will not have to manage contract negotiations and racing performance at the same time in 2023.
What you need to know
- Daniel Suarez and Trackhouse agree to a multi year extension.
- Suarez was the first driver for the team which is a joint venture between Justin Marks and Pitbull.
- Suarez, who finished 10th in the Cup driver standings in 2022, has found a home and stability with Trackhouse. The team expects the stability to provide a springboard for the 99’s success in coming years.
The Mexican native driver of the 99 Camaro excitedly announced his future on Twitter Wednesday morning.
In the official release, Suarez said, “Trackhouse is my home, and I am very happy with this announcement. We are building something special on the number 99 team and at Trackhouse Racing. We can’t wait to get the season started.”
Trackhouse chief Justin Marks added, “Everyone at Trackhouse Racing is pleased with the performance and professionalism of Daniel both on and off the track.”
Marks also showed his appreciation for Suarez’ belief and trust in his vision via Twitter.
Both parties shared optimism saying, “The best is yet to come.”
In the Stands
Fans all over North America commented on the international driver’s new agreement.
OwenVans shared his excitement for Suarez and “The ‘House”
Spanish comments on the news are uncommon in NASCAR circles, as Luis Rodriguez shows the 99’s popularity South of the border saying “That’s good news!!! congratulations”
Twitter user Springblur shared their hope for Daniel’s success this season.
Encouraged by “The Amigo’s” 2022 success, many fans are excited to watch what he and Trackhouse can do in future seasons.
In Your Ear
Suarez talked with SiriusXM about the importance of the stability this extension brings.
Suarez appeared on the very first episode of Power Hour with Eric Estepp and Brennan Poole Tuesday before the announcement. He talked taco piñatas and his offseason.
You can listen to their podcast right here on The Daily Downforce.
On Your Screen
Eric Estepp gave his take on Suarez’ new contract on the latest Out of the Groove.