[Daniel] Suárez was Trackhouse Racing‘s first driver. The team‘s formation was officially announced in 2020 by Justin Marks and Armando Perez (better known as Pitbull), who both personally picked Suárez to competitively debut their No. 99 Chevy in 2021. Suárez had been in a tough spot prior to the offer, driving for his third team in as many seasons, and circumstances couldn‘t be any different than present day. His contract status, which he admits has been discussed but not finalized, seems to be a non-issue.

“This is my home. I‘m not going anywhere,” Suárez said. “So, I‘m not too worried about it, but contract today, tomorrow, next month, in a couple months, I feel like we‘re in a very, very good place, probably the best place I‘ve ever been with a team, so I‘m 100% sure things are going to work out.”


AND: Trackhouse Racing President Ty Norris says Daniel Suarez, who scored his first Cup win last weekend at Sonoma Raceway, “is not going anywhere,” adding that it is “a 100% chance that Daniel Suarez is re-signed with us.”

Norris made the comments on Wednesday‘s NASCAR America MotorMouths show on Peacock.

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