Daniel Suarez's great results in 2023 and a change in mentality
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Daniel Suarez hasn't had such a great start in a long time. In addition, his teammate Ross Chastain also showed a great mentality and showed that he is also a very good driver. It is impressive that Suarez has finished in the top 10 in every race this season.
He revealed the reason for such good results and the atmosphere in Trackhouse Racing. "That’s a very good question," said Suarez at Phoenix Raceway, quoted by motorsport.com "I think it’s a combination of many things, starting with our people.
We have great people, great engineers, good pit crews. I think that if we look back to one year ago...one year ago we were a team that was very promising. I feel like right now, Trackhouse is a reality. I think we have shown that we’re here to stay and to be competitive.
Last year was a very good year and this year, so far, has gone in a very good way. We have to continue to work, not feel comfortable and not stay still because everyone is working very hard. I feel like that has been one of the keys of Trackhouse to continue to evolve and continue to move forward”.
Daniel Suarez and his mentality
The previous season was not exactly ideal, but it cannot be said that it was bad either. He finished 10th. This season, it seems that his appetites and ambitions are much bigger. Suarez is a man who always wants more, and his mentality is something special.
This is exactly what leads him to success. "I’m very tough to myself when it comes to my performance; the way I work, my discipline and stuff like that. Sometimes that was making me also be tough with other people. Maybe sometimes knowing the smart way.
Sometimes being ambitious and really wanting something bad is a good thing, but if you’re not smart about it, it can be a bad thing. So I feel like I’ve grown a lot in the last 12 months about how to be better; how to be a better leader for my group.
If we want to achieve this goal to get here, how we’re going to get here in a smart way and everyone pushing the train forward."