Suarez Ready For “Once In A Lifetime Opportunity” With SHR, Hopes New Rules Package Also Helps Too

Some may call Daniel Suarez’ quick rise up the ladder to a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series seat with Joe Gibbs Racing a “once in a lifetime opportunity.” But, the birthday boy on Monday is saying it is actually his move to Stewart-Haas Racing for the upcoming season as one. The news became official on Monday morning when SHR announced that Suarez, 27, would be driving the No. 41 Ford for the organization for 2019. While it’s definitely a nice landing spot, it’s one that Suarez also sees as one…

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2019 IndyCar And NASCAR Silly Season Almost Complete, What’s Left Now

The 2019 racing season is almost upon us. The Chili Bowl is in two weeks and the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona at the end of the month. With that being said, now that the calendar has turned to 2019, how many rides are still left in the two major racing series’ in North America? Stewart-Haas Racing just revealed that Daniel Suarez will pilot the No. 41 Ford for 2019, leaving no major seats open in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. In fact, their silly season is just about…

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Daniel Suarez Joins SHR For 2019 Season, Brings Arris With Him

We’re 41 days from the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season opener at Daytona. It also happens to be Daniel Suarez’ birthday. Well, on his 27th birthday, Suarez was named as the driver of the No. 41 Ford with Stewart-Haas Racing. Suarez, comes with sponsorship from Haas Automation and ARRIS International PLC, joining teammates Kevin Harvick, Aric Almirola and Clint Bowyer. The 2019 season will mark Suárez’s third year in the elite NASCAR Cup Series, but his first with SHR. Suárez made 72 NASCAR Cup Series starts with Joe…

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New IndyCar/Indy 500 Commercial Teases Potential Series Entitlement Sponsor

NBC revealed a brand new commercial during Sunday’s NFL WildCard weekend broadcast between the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears that featured a promo previewing the 103rd Running of the Indianapolis 500. It was a national spot commercial, one that IndyCar Series fans have been wanting for years. See, prior to the upcoming season, the series has been featured on not just NBC Sports but ESPN/ABC too. The Indy 500 has always been part of the ABC Sports package. Unfortunately, ABC didn’t give the series a whole lot of attention. This…

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