Well, it didn’t take long for Justin Marks’ vision to take the NASCAR Cup Series by storm, and in Trackhouse Racing’s short two-year history, the organization has risen to be a leading competitor in the #1 form of motorsports competition in the United States – the NASCAR Cup Series.
“What I said first and foremost is I believe with this new car (Next Gen) it’s truly going to be about the people, and the people are going to make this car go,” said Justin Marks following Trackhouse Racing’s third victory of the 2022 season. “The way they (NASCAR) changed the model of the sport a little bit, is you have to invest in your people and keep them motivated, and put talented people in positions, lift them up and empower them. I just believe that.”
A feat many have tried, and few have been able to accomplish so quickly, but co-owners Justin Marks and rapper/entertainer Pitbull have won three of the 16 NASCAR Cup Series races this season; tied for second-most by an organization this year in the series behind Hendrick Motorsports’ five wins. And to boot, both of their drivers, Ross Chastain (COTA, Talladega) and Daniel Suárez (Sonoma), have visited Victory Lane this season and have clicked their tickets to the Playoffs, another first for the new team.
In addition to Suárez’s win this year, he has put up three top fives, five top 10s and has led 203 laps.
Suarez’s teammate Ross Chastain has been running exceptionally well also this season amassing two wins (COTA, Talladega), seven top fives and 10 top 10s.
Don’t expect Trackhouse Racing to slow any at Nashville Superspeedway next week. Ross Chastain finished runner-up in last season’s Nashville race and Suárez finished seventh.