NASHVILLE, Tenn.— Trackhouse Home entertainment Group revealed Wednesday the advancement of a new NASCAR Cup Series group that will make its on-track launching at the 2021 Daytona 500.
Piloting the No. 99 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE will be 2016 NASCAR Xfinity Series champion and NASCAR Cup Series experienced Daniel Suárez. The Trackhouse Racing Group has really taken part in an ingrained functional alliance with Richard Childress Racing that allows Trackhouse to use the innovation, copyright, human capital and engineering developed over years of championship-caliber competition. Trackhouse will be powered by ECR Engines, which simply recently announced a merged research study and advancement cooperation with Chevrolet powerhouse Hendrick Motorsports.
“The development of a high-level NASCAR Cup Series team has been a picture mine for a long period of time,” stated Justin Marks, creator and owner of Trackhouse Entertainment Group. “A lot of effort has actually happened to get us to this point and I do not think we could’ve wound up with better partners in RCR and Chevrolet and with a more enthusiastic and dedicated motorist than Daniel Suárez. Daniel’s drive and cravings to succeed of this sport is palpable whenever I stay in his presence. We are establishing a team of winners and Daniel has really provided nearly whenever he’s beinged in race winning equipment. It’s my job now to put a car underneath him that will bring him to the greatest echelon of the sport.”
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A local of Monterrey, Mexico, Suárez has actually proven his skill as a race-car driver after relocating to the United States from Mexico to pursue a profession in NASCAR. He has had in fact an occupation highlighted by wins in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, the NASCAR Look RV & Outdoors Truck Series and the NASCAR Xfinity Series. After securing rookie of the year in 2015, Suárez brought home the 2016 NASCAR Xfinity Series championship, ending up being NASCAR’s extremely first foreign-born nationwide series champion. In 138 NASCAR Cup Series begins to date, Suárez has in fact secured 32 top-10 finishes, eight leading fives and 2 poles.
< img alt="Suarez Marks Video Image" src ="https://s.yimg.com/g/images/spaceball.gif"/ > Suarez Marks Video Image”I see in Trackhouse an excellent chance for me with a very strong group of individuals that share the very exact same vision, dedication and objectives that I have,” Suárez said.”Justin has in fact been involved in the racing world for over 20 years and understands the ins and outs of the sport both as a chauffeur and from service side. I have found out a lot in the last couple of years and have actually been extremely lucky to be a part of great companies. I have actually found that this sport has to do with people, and I know we are going to work really tough to put together a talented group. In addition, getting the assistance from a strong maker like Chevrolet will be a vital to our success. My goal is basic, I want to win races. “NASCAR industry veteran Ty Norris will work as president of racing operations. Norris brings a wealth of understanding and experience to Trackhouse after
working as executive vice president and basic supervisor of both Dale Earnhardt Inc. and Michael Waltrip Racing. The Trackhouse Racing Group goes into the sport throughout a transitional time in NASCAR’s history.MORE: Bookmark Trackhouse website Central to the Trackhouse Racing Group is a commitment to making an effect on youth in America’s minority communities. Through a substantial contribution from the Marks Household Structure, as well as support from the team’s partners, Trackhouse will produce and perform an immersive STEM education effort aimed at exposing America’s underrepresented youth to career chances in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Using the phenomenon of NASCAR racing as a curriculum platform, Trackhouse will deal with school districts, neighborhood companies and youth groups to construct the most impactful roadmap for those who are influenced to pursue STEM careers. “I believe deeply in the direction NASCAR’s executive group is taking the sport, “Marks mentioned.”There is a disruptive and brave vision for the future happening that is shown by the amazing 2021 racing schedule and brand-new approaches of taking a look at a sustainable financial design culminating in the launching of the 2022 NextGen automobile that, in my perspective, will lay the
groundwork for a substantial worth proposition for future owners, media partners, stakeholders and sponsors for years to come. Whatever Trackhouse will be performing in 2021 from a business development point of view will remain in the context of putting ourselves to win races and championships as NASCAR starts a brand-new chapter in 2022 and beyond.”As Trackhouse develops a competitive framework for 2021, statements concerning partners and important workers will be upcoming.