Daniel Suarez after the Chicago street race: That was pretty frustrating

“I couldn’t be happier for Shane and everyone at Trackhouse"

by Sead Dedovic
Daniel Suarez after the Chicago street race: That was pretty frustrating

Shane van Gisbergen surprisingly managed to win the Chicago Street Race, although he had minimal chances considering this was his NASCAR debut. Daniel Suarez, who was one of the main favorites, had huge ambitions, although the Chicago street race was unpredictable.

The Mexican-American driver did not manage to be as good as expected and had to settle for P27. After the end of the race, Suarez emphasized that he was frustrated with the result. He thought he could do much more. “That was pretty frustrating because we have a really good Worldwide Express Chevrolet today.

I thought we were going to be there at the end, but we just had too many issues at the end to contend,” Suarez said. Daniel Suarez could not hide his happiness for Trackhouse Racing and Shane van Gisbergen, who showed that he is a great driver right from the start.

The Trackhouse Racing team continues to impress everyone, with their drivers leading the way. “I couldn’t be happier for Shane and everyone at Trackhouse. They gave us good cars all weekend, and I think everyone noticed.

I thought today was a fantastic event in Chicago, and thank everyone for their hard work,” -Suarez continued.

Ross Chastain's statement

Another Trackhouse racing driver, Ross Chastain, expressed his displeasure. Chastain instilled optimism and confidence with his statements before the race, but he failed to show that during the race.

However, this experienced driver emphasized that this was a great experience for him, and it is certain that he learned a lot. “Well, it wasn’t the best day for our UChicago Medicine AdventHealth Chevrolet. I’ve got some work to do on this street course (laughs), but I do feel like I learned quite a bit.

The weather conditions made it tough, but I had a great day meeting AdventHealth guests, and several of them stayed even in the rain,” Chastain said.

Daniel Suarez