Quaker State is acting as the main sponsor for Daniel Suárez

Daniel Suárez Quaker State Sponsors 2023 NASCAR Cup Series Trackhouse Races
Daniel Suárez will wear the Quaker State colors green, gold and white in two NASCAR Cup Series races in 2023. Photo credit: Jonathan McCoy /

Trackhouse Racing announced a new primary sponsorship partner at Atlanta Motor Speedway ahead of the Ambetter Health 400 on Sunday. Quaker State will join the team as the primary sponsor for Daniel Suárez and the #99 Chevrolet Camaro.

Primary sponsorship will be Quaker State 400 for two races with the #99 car at Richmond Raceway in April and Atlanta Motor Speedway in July. The brand will also act as an associate sponsor for both the #99 and #99. 1 Trackhouse Racing reports for the 2023 season.

“As a little kid from Monterrey, Mexico, I remember my very first race — a professional race — that I competed in,” Suárez said. “I was watching my good friend Adrian Fernandez, and Adrian Fernandez was sponsored by Quaker State. Since then I’ve been like, ‘What a cool brand Quaker State is,’ and if you’ve ever been to Mexico and been associated with cars and auto repair shops and stuff, Quaker State is all over Mexico. Quaker State is a brand in Mexico that everyone trusts so much.”

For Quaker State, the announcement of the renewal of its title sponsorship of the Quaker State 400 and the new partnership with Trackhouse Racing demonstrates its commitment to motorsport.

Suárez has a career NASCAR Cup Series win that came at Sonoma Raceway last year. With his win a season ago, Suárez secured his first appearance in the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs.

The Mexican native won a NASCAR Xfinity Series championship in 2016 while driving for Joe Gibbs Racing. Since moving to NASCAR Cup Series competition in 2017, Suárez has had stints with JGR, Stewart-Haas Racing and Gaunt Brothers Racing.

Suárez landed at newly formed Trackhouse Racing for the 2021 season and the pairing has proven very strong since then.

In four starts in 2023, Suárez has a top-five finish and three top-10 finishes, finishing 11th in the championship standings.

Trackhouse Racing, which expanded to two full-time competitors in 2022, had each of its cars in the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs, and Ross Chastain finished second in the championship standings as the team’s No. 1 driver.


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