Trackhouse Racing's owner Justin Marks thrilled with the partnership with Project 91

" I think, the world that this Project91 is a very, very elite effort.”

by Sead Dedovic
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Trackhouse Racing's owner Justin Marks thrilled with the partnership with Project 91

Trackhouse Racing's owner Justin Marks could not hide his delight after his team achieved a great result in Chicago. Although street race in Chicago was unpredictable, and it was hard to have any expectations, Trackhouse driver: Shane van Gisbergen managed to win on his debut.

Trackhouse Racing's part-time entry, Project91 also inspires optimism, given that it turned out to be a great thing. Justin Marks is proud of his team, which is truly a dominant force. Marks is also happy about the partnership with Project91.

"It just puts fuel in the tank as far as we’re trying to build something here where the greatest drivers in the world have a place that they can call home if they want to try NASCAR racing. For us to put it in Victory Lane, it just shows, I think, the world that this Project91 is a very, very elite effort.

”- he said, Justin Mark wants to attract the best motorsport drivers who want to build a career in NASCAR in the future. Project 91 will certainly enable him to do that. Marks will write beautiful stories in the future as well, we have no doubt about that.


“It’s about putting a program together that can actually win and tell great stories. I think the fact that we put it in Victory Lane, it just galvanizes our mission in trying to attract the greatest motorsport talent in the world”.

Shane van Gisbergen and his reactions

After the victory, Shane van Gisbergen was delighted with the US reporters and the questions they asked him. “I miss racing in the States. I’ve done (the 24 Hours at) Daytona four or five times now, and just the way the American people are and how they go racing, it’s so much more enjoyable.

And even doing the media stuff, which I hate, everyone here is really nice. They ask good questions, and they’re respectful, and it goes both ways,”

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