Trackhouse Racing

NASCAR team

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Trackhouse Racing
Owner(s) Justin Marks
Armando Christian Pérez
Base Concord, North Carolina
Series NASCAR Cup Series
MotoGP
Race drivers NASCAR Cup Series:
1. Ross Chastain
91. TBA (part-time)
99. Daniel Suárez
MotoGP:
25. Raúl Fernández
88. Miguel Oliveira
Sponsors NASCAR Cup Series:
1. Busch, Loyal Order of Moose, Kubota, Worldwide Express, Jockey
91. TBA
99. Freeway Insurance, Jockey, Quaker State, Choice Hotels, Kubota, Worldwide Express
MotoGP:
25. Sterilgarda
88. Sterilgarda
Manufacturer NASCAR:
Chevrolet
MotoGP:
Aprilia
Opened NASCAR:
2020
MotoGP:
2024
Career
Debut NASCAR Cup Series:
2021 Daytona 500 (Daytona)
MotoGP:
2024 Qatar Airways Grand Prix of Qatar
Latest race NASCAR Cup Series:
2024 Toyota Owners 400 (Richmond)

MotoGP:
2024 Grande Prémio Tissot de Portugal
Races competed NASCAR Cup Series: 115
MotoGP: 2
Drivers’ Championships 0
Race victories NASCAR Cup Series: 7
MotoGP: 0
Pole positions NASCAR Cup Series: 2
MotoGP: 0

Trackhouse Racing is an American motorsports organization that competes in the NASCAR Cup Series and MotoGP. The team is owned by Trackhouse Entertainment Group, a venture of Justin Marks and Grammy Award-winning rapper Armando Christian “Pitbull” Pérez.

The organization fields two full-time Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 cars: the No. 1 for Ross Chastain and the No. 99 for Daniel Suárez. It also fields the No. 91 on a part-time basis for TBA. Car bodies and engines are provided by Richard Childress Racing.[1]

In 2024, the team expanded into MotoGP, as the satellite team of Aprilia.[2]

NASCAR[edit]

After Leavine Family Racing announced the sale of its assets in summer 2020, former NASCAR Cup Series driver and former World of Outlaws and K&N Pro Series East team owner Justin Marks placed a bid on the sale. LFR eventually sold their assets to Spire Motorsports.[3] On August 14, Marks confirmed the creation of his own team, Trackhouse, and revealed that former Dale Earnhardt Incorporated executive Ty Norris had been brought on to help run the team.[4] At that time, Marks had yet to strike a formal alliance with any manufacturer or team, but already had one potential sponsor lined up.[5] He had also yet to purchase any equipment.[6] From his ownership of a go-kart track and other family business ventures, Marks had the financial wherewithal to purchase a team without other means.[3] Marks aimed to be an unconventional team owner, with plans to use his team ownership platform as an advocate for STEM education.[7] On January 15, 2021, it was announced that Armando Christian Pérez, better known by his stage name Pitbull, had assumed an ownership role in the team.[8] On May 30, motivational speaker and philanthropist Tony Robbins hinted at investing in the team.[9] On June 10, Marks told Sirius XM NASCAR Radio that the team may expand to a two-car operation in 2022.[10] On June 30, 2021, Trackhouse announced their purchase of the NASCAR operations of Chip Ganassi Racing and along with it, its two charters for the No. 1 and the No. 42 teams, therefore announcing the team will be two cars in 2022.

On January 9, 2023, a consortium consisting of Trackhouse, DEJ Management, Jeff Burton Autosports, Inc., and Kevin Harvick Incorporated purchased the CARS Tour.[11][12]

On September 16, Trackhouse signed a multi-year deal with 2022 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion Zane Smith. As part of a partnership deal, Smith will drive Spire Motorsports‘ third team in 2024, and is expected to join Trackhouse full-time in a third team in 2025.[13]

On January 11, 2024, Trackhouse announced that they would be hiring Connor Zilisch to a multi-year deal that includes him running in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, ARCA Menards Series, CARS Tour, Trans-Am Series, and IMSA in 2024 and 2025.[14]

Car No. 1 history[edit]

Ross Chastain (2022–present)[edit]

Ross Chastain in the No. 1 at Pocono Raceway in 2022

On August 3, 2021, the team announced that Ross Chastain would drive their second car, the No. 1, in 2022.[15][16] Chastain began the 2022 season with a 40th place finish at the 2022 Daytona 500 and a 29th place finish at Fontana. He then rebounded with a third place finish at Las Vegas and two runner-up finishes at Phoenix and Atlanta. Chastain scored his first career cup win and Trackhouse’s first ever win at COTA.[17] A month later, he claimed his second victory at Talladega.[18] At the 2022 NASCAR All-Star Race, Chastain finished 22nd after going airborne from colliding with Kyle Busch, taking Chase Elliott out in the process.[19] At the Indianapolis road course, Chastain crossed the line second to Tyler Reddick, but was penalized and scored 27th place for crossing the access road during the final restart.[20] Chastain made the Championship 4 after the “Hail Melon” move at Martinsville by driving along the outside wall at full throttle, slingshotting his way to overtake Denny Hamlin and finish fifth (Chastain would be credited a finish of fourth after Brad Keselowski was disqualified following post-race tech inspection due to his car failing to meet the minimum weight requirement).[21] He finished third at the Phoenix finale and a career-best second place in the points standings.[22]

Chastain started the 2023 season with a ninth-place finish at the 2023 Daytona 500. Shortly after finishing fifth at Kansas, Noah Gragson confronted him over a racing incident between them that resulted in Gragson hitting the outside wall. Gragson shoved Chastain, who retaliated with a punch to the face.[23] Chastain scored his first win of the season at Nashville.[24] On July 11, Anheuser-Busch announced it signed a multi-year sponsorship deal with the No. 1 starting in 2024, ending its ten-year partnership with the Stewart-Haas Racing No. 4 at the end of the season.[25] Chastain was eliminated from the Round of 12 at the conclusion of the Charlotte Roval race,[26] but won the season finale at Phoenix and finished ninth in the points standings.[27]

Car No. 1 results[edit]

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 .mw-parser-output .tooltip-dotted{border-bottom:1px dotted;cursor:help}Owners Pts
2022 Ross Chastain 1 Chevy DAY
40
CAL
29
LVS
3*
PHO
2
ATL
2
COA
1*
RCH
19
MAR
5
BRI
33
TAL
1
DOV
3
DAR
30
KAN
7
CLT
15
GTW
8
SON
7
NSH
5
ROA
4
ATL
2
NHA
8
POC
32
IND
27
MCH
24
RCH
18
GLN
21
DAY
33
DAR
20
KAN
7
BRI
6
TEX
13
TAL
4*
CLT
37
LVS
2
HOM
2
MAR
4
PHO
3
2nd 5034
2023 DAY
9
CAL
3*
LVS
12
PHO
24
ATL
13
COA
4
RCH
3
BRD
28
MAR
13
TAL
23
DOV
2
KAN
5
DAR
29
CLT
22
GTW
22
SON
10
NSH
1*
CSC
22
ATL
35
NHA
23
POC
13
RCH
24
MCH
7
IRC
17
GLN
18
DAY
17
DAR
5
KAN
13
BRI
23
TEX
2
TAL
37
ROV
10
LVS
5
HOM
31
MAR
14
PHO
1*
9th 2299
2024 DAY
21
ATL
7
LVS
4
PHO
6
BRI
15
COA
7
RCH
15
MAR TEX TAL DOV KAN DAR CLT GTW SON IOW NHA NSH CSC POC IND RCH MCH DAY DAR ATL GLN BRI KAN TAL ROV LVS HOM MAR PHO

Car No. 91 history[edit]

Part-time with international drivers (2022–present)[edit]

Kimi Räikkönen in the No. 91 at the Circuit of the Americas in 2023

On May 24, 2022, Trackhouse announced the creation of Project91, a part-time entry that aims to put international drivers behind the wheel in the Cup Series. The team was due to compete in at least one race during the 2022 season, with the driver and the race to be announced, before adding additional races in the 2023 season.[28] Two days later, it was announced that 2007 Formula 1 World Champion Kimi Räikkönen would be driving the No. 91 car at Watkins Glen.[29] Räikkönen finished 37th after crashing on the tire barrier past the bus-stop chicane on lap 45.[30] In 2023, Räikkönen returned to the No. 91 at COTA, where he finished 29th.[31]

On May 18, 2023, the team announced New Zealand driver Shane van Gisbergen would make his NASCAR debut at the inaugural Grant Park 220 at the Chicago Street Course.[32] After qualifying in third place, van Gisbergen won the race, becoming the first driver in the modern era of NASCAR, and the first driver in 60 years, to win his debut race.[33] On July 19, 2023, Trackhouse Racing announced van Gisbergen would make his second start of the 2023 season at the Indianapolis Road Course.
[34]

Car No. 91 results[edit]

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Owners Pts
2022 Kimi Räikkönen 91 Chevy DAY CAL LVS PHO ATL COA RCH MAR BRI TAL DOV DAR KAN CLT GTW SON NSH ROA ATL NHA POC IND MCH RCH GLN
37
DAY DAR KAN BRI TEX TAL CLT LVS HOM MAR PHO 45th 1
2023 DAY CAL LVS PHO ATL COA
29
RCH BRD MAR TAL DOV KAN DAR CLT GTW SON NSH 37th 92
Shane van Gisbergen CSC
1
ATL NHA POC RCH MCH IRC
10
GLN DAY DAR KAN BRI TEX TAL ROV LVS HOM MAR PHO

Car No. 99 history[edit]

Daniel Suárez (2021–present)[edit]

Daniel Suárez in the No. 99 race winning car at Sonoma Raceway in 2022

On October 7, 2020, the team announced a full-time drive in 2021 with Daniel Suárez as driver.[35] Later, the team announced that it leased a charter from Spire Motorsports to guarantee itself an entry into every 2021 race.[36] Trackhouse aligned with Richard Childress Racing as an engine provider for 2021 as well as operating on RCR’s campus in Welcome, North Carolina.[1] Marks chose the 99 as the team number to pay tribute to Carl Edwards who had used the number for most of his cup series career as he mostly raced for Roush-Fenway Racing.[1] On November 13, former JR Motorsports crew chief Travis Mack was announced as the No. 99’s crew chief.[37] Suárez scored the team’s first top-five with a fourth-place finish at the Bristol dirt race.[38] With a total of four top-10 finishes, Suárez finished the 2021 season 25th in points.

In February 2022, Trackhouse announced that Freeway Insurance would be a primary sponsor for Suárez and the No. 99 car for five events during the 2022 season.[39] Suárez began the 2022 season with an 18th place finish at the 2022 Daytona 500. He followed it up with a fourth place finish at Fontana. In addition, Suárez finished ninth at Phoenix and fourth at Atlanta. On May 22, Suárez won the NASCAR Open for the second time in his career, which earned him a place in the All-Star Race where he finished fifth. At Sonoma, he became the first Mexican-born driver to win a Cup Series race.[40] Suárez was eliminated in the Round of 12 after finishing 36th at the Charlotte Roval.[41] Suárez would finish career-best tenth in the points standings.

Suárez started the 2023 season with a seventh-place finish at the 2023 Daytona 500. On March 29, he was fined US$50,000 for intentionally bumping Alex Bowman on pit road following the conclusion of the COTA race.[42] With no wins, three top-fives, and 10 top-10 finishes, Suárez missed the playoffs and finished 19th in the points standings.

Suárez started the 2024 season with a 34th place DNF at the 2024 Daytona 500. A week later, he beat Ryan Blaney and Kyle Busch in a three-wide photo finish at Atlanta to score his second career Cup Series win.[43]

Car No. 99 results[edit]

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Owners Pts
2021 Daniel Suárez 99 Chevy DAY
36
DAY
16
HOM
15
LVS
26
PHO
21
ATL
17
BRI
4
MAR
32
RCH
16
TAL
23
KAN
11
DAR
23
DOV
9
COA
33
CLT
15
SON
12
NSH
7
POC
13
POC
15
ROA
36
ATL
36
NHA
20
GLN
31
IND
37
MCH
22
DAY
19
DAR
13
RCH
17
BRI
22
LVS
15
TAL
23
CLT
13
TEX
10
KAN
15
MAR
28
PHO
21
25th 634
2022 DAY
18
CAL
4
LVS
37
PHO
9
ATL
4
COA
24
RCH
16
MAR
29
BRI
12
TAL
31
DOV
14
DAR
10
KAN
33
CLT
25
GTW
23
SON
1*
NSH
15
ROA
5
ATL
6
NHA
9
POC
3
IND
28
MCH
25
RCH
19
GLN
5
DAY
24
DAR
18
KAN
10
BRI
19
TEX
12
TAL
8
CLT
36
LVS
16
HOM
10
MAR
12
PHO
24
10th 2272
2023 DAY
7
CAL
4
LVS
10
PHO
22
ATL
29
COA
27
RCH
23
BRD
25
MAR
17
TAL
9
DOV
35
KAN
15
DAR
34
CLT
23
GTW
7
SON
22
NSH
12
CSC
27
ATL
2
NHA
16
POC
36
RCH
33
MCH
6
IRC
3
GLN
22
DAY
20
DAR
34
KAN
16
BRI
21
TEX
8
TAL
10
ROV
33
LVS
14
HOM
16
MAR
34
PHO
11
19th 756
2024 DAY
34
ATL
1
LVS
11
PHO
13
BRI
18
COA
31
RCH
22
MAR TEX TAL DOV KAN DAR CLT GTW SON IOW NHA NSH CSC POC IND RCH MCH DAY DAR ATL GLN BRI KAN TAL ROV LVS HOM MAR PHO

Developmental program[edit]

In 2024, Trackhouse began signing developmental contracts with drivers. Below is a list of current drivers signed to the team, but are not driving with Trackhouse.

MotoGP[edit]

Trackhouse Racing
2024 name Trackhouse Racing
Base Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Noale, Italy
Principal Team Principal:
Davide Brivio
Team Manager:
Wilco Zeelenberg
Rider(s) MotoGP:
25. Raúl Fernández
88. Miguel Oliveira
Motorcycle Aprilia RS-GP
Tyres Michelin

Trackhouse Entertainment Group announced on December 5, 2023, that it would take over RNF Racing‘s entry spot in MotoGP, after the latter breached participation agreements.[47][2] The team is set to compete under the name Trackhouse Racing, competing as Aprilia independent team.

Results[edit]

By rider[edit]

Year Class Team name Bike Riders Races Wins Podiums Poles F. laps Points Pos.
2024 MotoGP Trackhouse Racing Aprilia RS-GP Spain Raúl Fernández 2 0 0 0 0 0* 22nd*
Portugal Miguel Oliveira 2 0 0 0 0 8* 14th*

By year[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Season Team Machine Tyre No Rider Race Riders’
championship
Teams’
championship
Manufacturers’
championship
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Pos Pts Pos Pts Pos Pts
2024 Trackhouse Racing Aprilia RS-GP M 25 Spain Raúl Fernández QAT
Ret
POR
Ret
AME SPA FRA CAT ITA KAZ NED GER GBR AUT ARA RSM IND INA JPN AUS THA MAL VAL 22nd* 0* 9th* 8* 3rd* 35*
88 Portugal Miguel Oliveira QAT
15
POR
9
AME SPA FRA CAT ITA KAZ NED GER GBR AUT ARA RSM IND INA JPN AUS THA MAL VAL 14th* 8*

* Season still in progress.

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