Zane Smith, a well-known name to all fans of motorsport, has a new contract with Trackhouse Racing. This is a big deal for this sport, and this can be seen from the public's reaction to this news.
Unfortunately, Zane Smith will not be able to play for his new team right away, which made his fans very sad.
Since the Trackhouse lineup is already full because they have two drivers of their own, Ross Chastain and Daniel Suarez, who compete in the championship, Smith will not perform immediately. Considering that he signed a multi-year contract, it means that there is still plenty of time for that to happen.
His team has loaned him to Spire Motorsports for a Cup Series ride in 2024.
Zane Smith is aware of his success and wants to express his gratitude primarily to God for giving him this success
"This just means the world to me.
I almost didn't have anything a couple of years ago," Smith said as he composed himself. "It was 365 days ago, I sat at Bob Evans with a very close friend and he asked me where I want to race one day. I think he expected maybe a different answer, but my answer was 'Trackhouse' and almost 365 days later I signed a contract with them." as quoted by ESPN "We can't rush it and we didn't want to throw it together late.
It's just has to be a process that's going to take course over some time," said Marks. "A third team takes time and it takes a lot of money. It makes sense for us to put Zane in an established team where he can focus on the driving and we can focus on everything we can to support him over there."
Zane Smith has already won the Truck Series season nine times, but of course it should be noted that he was 10th in the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway in May.
Great results from Smith and we hope that he will have great success in his new team in the future. He is only 24 years old and the future is ahead of him. "We want to thank Zane for all the memories he's already made with us and we hope for more before the end of the season.
We wish him the best in the future and seeing him on Sunday's," said Front Row owner Bob Jenkins. "We also look forward to making new memories next season with our truck program. We'll have more news soon."