Kansas Speedway will be a real spectacle for NASCAR fans. The new playoff race should bring new excitement, and most are optimistic about this race. Daniel Suarez is happy with the race at Darlington despite the mistakes he had.
His team is ready to provide the maximum. “We are ready. We had a really fast car at Darlington Sunday. I made a mistake (speeding on pit road) and you can’t have that. We have some things to clean up, but if we are as fast at every playoff race as we were in Darlington then we are going to be fine,” Daniel Suarez said.
Suarez has shown that he is a quality driver many times so far. Only the best is expected from him. The most important thing is that there is a positive atmosphere in the team, and that everyone is trying to improve things. “I think we’re in a great position.
I have an amazing team behind me. Trackhouse Racing has done a tremendous job this year. We have to continue to evolve. It’s the most important part of the season, of course. We have to continue to do the same thing that we’ve been doing and continue to get better,” Daniel Suarez added.
Next Gen cars
With the arrival of Next Gen cars, the season looked totally different than the previous one, and there are many drivers in the game. “If it was last year, I would tell you ‘this guy is going to win it or this guy is going to win it because the gaps were so big.
With this car, if you’re telling me who is going to win any race and you get it right, I’ll give you a thousand dollars (laughs). I don’t think you’re going to get it right. There is not one guy.. anyone can be good.
I love that about this car. It’s unpredictable. Everyone has an opportunity,” Daniel Suarez explained.
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