Trackhouse Racing Team drivers Daniel Suarez and Ross Chastain joined team owner Justin Marks and Worldwide Express president Rob Rose Sunday (April 24) to announce a multi-year agreement that sees the Dallas-based global freight and logistics supplier become the official logistics partner of the sophomore Cup team.
Today’s a good day! We’re so excited to welcome another great partner to the family!
Welcome to the House, @CorporateWWE. pic.twitter.com/GyeABEuWig
— Trackhouse Racing (@TeamTrackhouse) April 24, 2022
Both Trackhouse drivers will compete in the blue and black primary scheme unveiled at Talladega and in a video on wwexracing.com for a combined 21 races over the 2022 and 2023 seasons.
“Worldwide Express is a powerful brand and we want to expand its reach among our vast ecosystem of American industry connections and within the sport,” Marks said of the partnership. “We also want Worldwide Express to show Trackhouse Racing how it does business and learn what we can from such a successful company.”
Suarez will make his debut in the No. 99 Worldwide Express Camaro ZL1 in a May 3 testing session at Pocono. Chastain, a winner at Circuit of the Americas earlier this season, will pilot the No. 1 Worldwide Express machine in the May 22 NASCAR All-Star Race at Texas Motor Speedway, a home race for the new partner.
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