Suárez Eager For Kansas Racing

No. 99 Good Sam Chevrolet Driver Daniel Suárez has three races left in the 2021 season to secure his Trackhouse Racing team’s first victory.

Suárez will get a chance to accomplish that goal Sunday on the 1.5-mile Kansas Speedway.

He hopes he can improve on his May 2 race that saw him finish 11th. Suárez started the overtime in 18th and used new tires and good driving to avoid sliding cars and make several passes to finish 11th.

He arrives in Kansas after finishing 10th at Texas Motor Speedway in Forth Worth on Sunday. It was the No. 99’s fourth top-10 of the 2021 season.

Trackhouse will take over the NASCAR assets of Chip Ganassi Racing on Nov. 8.

While Suárez focuses on 2021, the future is bright for his Chevrolet powered race team as work behind the scenes is well underway for the 2022 season when he will have a teammate Ross Chastain and drive the brand new Next Gen Camaro.

NBC will televise Sunday’s race at 3 p.m.

Daniel Suárez, Driver of the No. 99 Good Sam Chevrolet Camaro

What is going on behind the scenes at Trackhouse Racing right now?

“I think that would take about an hour to tell you everything that is going on or it might be easier just to tell you what isn’t going on. It’s way more than what i was expecting. There’s a lot of stuff going on people-wise, the shop, the Next Gen Car and things like that.

“I am a big believer in if you want to take care of the future you have to take car of the present. I try not to get too involved in things like that because I still have three more races this year and want to concentrate on that.

“You are always going to be as strong as your last race. I have to keep working on this year, but we have a lot of people working very, very hard getting ready for next year.

“We have to keep digging. The future is very bright.”


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