Suárez Earns Top Five at Road America


Continued Road Course Strong Run Earns Suárez his Fourth Top Five Result of the Season

Date: July 3rd, 2022

Event: Kwik Trip 250 Presented By JOCKEY Made in America (Round 18 of 36)

Series: NASCAR Cup Series

Location: Road America (4.05-mile road course)

Format: 62 laps, broken into three stages (15 laps/15 laps/32 laps)

Start/Finish: 17th / 5th (running, completed 62 of 62 laps)

Point Standing: 17th with 420 points


  • Trackhouse Racing driver Daniel Suárez finished fifth in Sunday’s Kwik Trip 250 presented by Jockey “Made in America.”
  • It marked the second time in 2022 that both Trackhouse drivers finished in the top-five. The duo finished second and fourth at Atlanta Motor Speedway on March 20.
  • Suárez climbed as high as fourth in the final stage, but neither Trackhouse driver threatened for victory because the race ran without a caution allowing the leaders to build and maintain a several second lead.
  • Both Trackhouse drivers employed an identical strategy on Sunday. They raced in the top-10 before pitting with just a few laps before the end of the first and second stages. The early stops allowed each a better starting position in the next stage.
  • Chevrolet drivers swept the top-five finishing positions, led by Tyler Reddick, Chase Elliott (2nd), Kyle Larson (3rd), Chastain (4th) and Suárez (5th).
  • The victory moved Chevrolet to double-digit wins on the season, marking the Camaro ZL1’s 10th NASCAR Cup Series win of 2022.
  • The winningest brand in NASCAR, Chevrolet now has 824 all-time NASCAR Cup Series victories.
  • Trackhouse drivers swept the previous two road course races before Sunday’s race in Wisconsin.
  • The NASCAR Cup Series returns to action Sunday in a 400-mile race at Atlanta Motor Speedway


Daniel Suárez, driver of the No. 99 Jockey Chevrolet Camaro for Trackhouse Racing:

“I thought it was fine. For the car that we had, I thought that we maximized everything that we got. Proud of my team and my pit crew today, everyone did a great job. I felt like we had a top-seven car and we finished in the top-five, so I felt like we did a good job with that. With that being said, it’s not a win. We have to continue to work and continue to get better.”