Daniel Suarez1992-01-07 (age 28)
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While the start of Daniel Suarez’s 2020 season could not seem to have gone much worse, he was able to extract a measure of hope from his race last week at Las Vegas.
Daniel Suarez' chances of making the 62nd running of the Daytona 500 ended in the frontstretch wall on Lap 28 of Duel #1.
With a last-minute deal coming together to allow him to race fulltime in the NASCAR Cup Series this season, Daniel Suarez knew it wasn’t going to be easy.
As expected, Gaunt Brothers Racing announced Daniel Suarez will drive fulltime for the organization in the NASCAR Cup Series in 2020.
Daniel Suarez will be able to continue his career in the NASCAR Cup Series.
Daniel Suarez thought he had done everything he needed to do to remain at Stewart-Haas Racing but in the end team co-owner Gene Haas had other plans.
Cole Custer will be moving up to the NASCAR Cup Series at Stewart-Haas Racing in 2020, multiple sources confirmed to Motorsport.com on Thursday.
Daniel Suarez says he feels “confident” he will return for a second season at Stewart-Haas Racing in 2020.
This week on the NASCAR Roundtable, we discuss utilizing the All-Star as a test for future packages and what to expect out of this weekend's action at Talladega Superspeedway.
It's a homecoming for Daniel Suarez as the Mexican-born champion enters his first Race of Champions in Mexico City.
This weekend’s Race Of Champions in Mexico City will feature home heroes Daniel Suarez and Esteban Gutierrez racing against Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull’s Pierre Gasly respectively in Sunday’s main event.
Daniel Suarez isn’t starting from scratch in his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career, but in many ways he is starting over.
Daniel Suarez has officially found a new home in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
While Daniel Suarez says his time at Joe Gibbs Racing was “really good,” when it came to his hurried move to the NASCAR Cup Series, he felt he never had a “winning team.”
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Daniel Suarez is getting a new crew chief for the remainder of the 2018 season.
Reigning Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Martin Truex Jr. will move to Joe Gibbs Racing next season, Motorsport.com has learned.
Our NASCAR team examines Chase Elliott's first Cup win and who might be the next to reach Victory Lane.
Daniel Suarez’s first pole in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series certainly didn’t come how he expected.
On this week's NASCAR Roundtable, our team evaluates the aero package used for the All-Star Race, which resulted in a massive increase in green-flag passes.
The Coca-Cola 600 has a penchant for producing first-time winners in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and Daniel Suarez would like to be next.
With NASCAR’s new aero package, there were few cars that remained up front throughout Saturday night’s Monster Energy All-Star Race but Daniel Suarez was one of them.
Three stage winners of the Monster Energy Open and the fan’s choice transferred into Saturday night’s NASCAR All-Star Race.
Daniel Suarez finished third for the second time in his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career as he continues to get closer to his first win in NASCAR’s top division.