“I think is that Trackhouse Racing has done a good job embracing all of that,” Justin Marks gives insights into the key factors that brought them success in 2022

Trackhouse Racing owner Justin Marks opens up on their 2022 NASCAR Cup Series road to success

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Ross Chastain, Justin Marks, Pitbull and Daniel Suarez

Trackhouse Racing is arguably a newly established team contrary to popular belief and with just a couple of years of existence they have achieved quite a lot of what most teams couldn’t do in their many years of operations, spearheaded by owner Justin Marks who himself has a history with the sport and by joining hands with the famous pop-star Pitbull and acquiring assets of Chip Ganassi Racing last year, they have made their team really strong with two drivers who can give the big ones a run for the money.

Trackhouse Racing Justin Marks’ success is pretty evident with the Next-Gen car and their monochrome racing suits with simplistic design and when coming to results, the two drivers, the No.1 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1’s Ross Chastain and the No.99 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1’s Daniel Suarez have won three out of sixteen races in the team’s third season which came in the GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway and the rest two at this season’s road courses, Echopark Automotive Grand Prix at Circuit of The Americas and Toyota Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway.

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“It’s not just about the car. It’s more aggressive marketing,” Justin Marks speaks about other significant reasons which helped form a successful team

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Ross Chastain celebrates GEICO 500 victory at Talladega Superspeedway

Trackhouse Racing owner Justin Marks and co-owner Pitbull have put a lot of effort to make what the team is today and when speaking of what aided them in doing this and he responded by saying that the Next-Gen car played a major role in their success and many new teams saw this as a chance to make the most out of and that they were one of the teams to succeed in doing that and he also added that in previous seasons, it was teams with higher capital who brought good machines and won but that changed this year.

“I think that the new sort of philosophy and psychology of the [Cup series] is playing out exactly what they intended it to with this car. What we’re seeing is a lot of new opportunities for teams to come in and be successful, teams with the most capital to deploy across engineering R&D platforms were going to win the races and less and less of it was in the driver’s control. The teams with more financial resources were bringing superior pieces of equipment to the racetrack,” said Justin Marks.

Justin Marks further added by saying that those were a few reasons he led to him not competing before and he spoke about the factors which provide certainty for being triumphant and it all didn’t depend on just the car and the driver but also the marketing and he concluded that he thinks the team has fortunately done all things right to achieve this and he hopes to inspire new and upcoming teams with his approach.

“I didn’t want to wait ten years to finally be in a position to compete.” “You know, it’s not just about the car and the shake-up in the schedule. It’s more aggressive marketing, being more culturally relevant in marketing initiatives by leading. What I would hope is and I think is that Trackhouse Racing has done a good job embracing all of that and really deploying a brand which was always the goal from day one. Hopefully, that inspires all these other haulers on pit road to do the same thing,” concluded Justin Marks.

With the achievements Trackhouse Racing has earned so far, will the team prevail as this year’s NASCAR Cup Series Champions?

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