Daniel Suarez


NASCAR: Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Chris Buescher, Daniel Suarez Win All-Star Open Stages, Earn Spots in Main Event

Outsiders, welcome to NASCAR All-Star Race day. While we’re all excited to take in tonight’s action and see who will take home the grand prize of $1 million, we now know which drivers make up the 24-car field. Ahead of the 7 p.m. CT All-Star Race, NASCAR held its All-Star Open this afternoon – with three drivers winning the respective stages to earn the final spots in the main event.
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NASCAR’s Daniel Suarez and crew chief Travis Mack in Wrightsville Beach learning what it takes to be a member of the Coast Guard

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, N.C. (WWAY) – On Tuesday, a famous NASCAR driver got to sit behind the wheel of a different kind of vehicle. “Every time you give me the opportunity to drive something, I am trying to go fast. Honestly I didn’t tell them this because I was afraid they weren’t going to let me drive – but I have never driven a boat before,” says Suarez, the driver of the No. 99 car from Mexico. “I wasn’t born here or raised here but I feel very lucky to be living here and enjoying the freedom these people provide to every single person in this country.”

Daniel Suarez, Travis Mack Execute Search-and-Rescue Mission During Mission 600 Visit to U.S. Coast Guard Station Wrightsville Beach

Coca-Cola Racing Family driver Daniel Suarez may be chasing his first NASCAR Cup Series victory this season, but Tuesday he traded driving gloves for a life preserver as part of Charlotte Motor Speedway’s Mission 600. The driver of the No. 99 Trackhouse Racing machine joined his crew chief, Travis Mack, at U.S. Coast Guard Station Wrightsville Beach for a day of hands-on training as a prelude to the Coca-Cola 600 on Memorial Day weekend at America’s Home for Racing.

Daniel Suarez Is On Deck to Be NASCAR's Next First-Time Winner

Ross Chastain's victory in Texas gave the NASCAR Cup Series its third new winner this spring, quicker than at any time in recent history. Chastain's win was hist first win in 48 career starts. Daniel Suarez, winless in 185 Cup starts, has two top-five finishes in seven starts this season.

Interesting reactions of Daniel Suarez after the race

Daniel Suarez was close to achieving great success and coming away with his first NASCAR Cup Series victory, but unfortunately, that wasn’t enough. Suarez drove smart throughout the race, he had speed, but in the moments when he had to give much more, he failed to fight for the very top.

Daniel Suarez reveals expectations regarding the Dayton 500

Daniel Suarez cannot boast of good results at the Daytona 500 and does not seem to be happy with his performance. He is aware that some things need to change. Daniel seems to believe that the main weapon of drivers is to anticipate the race and certain things during it “I definitely have to do something different than what I’ve been doing the last five years,” Suarez said about his approach to Sunday’s season opener, as quoted by motorsport “You know, this race is very unpredictable.