Daniel Suarez and Gaunt Brothers Racing have terminated their contract



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Daniel Suarez and Gaunt Brothers Racing have terminated their contract

Gaunt Brothers Racing will terminate the contract with Daniel Suarez because he decided so. He thanked them for everything and in 2021 they will look for a new organization. This will not be a problem for Daniel, who is a great racer and who will surely achieve many good results in the future, regardless of the organization.

“I want to wish Gaunt Brothers Racing nothing but the best for the future,” Saurez said in a video posted from his personal Twitter account." , as quoted by nascar "At the same time, I don’t really know what the future holds for myself just yet, so you guys stay tuned for that news.

I don’t even know exactly what is going to happen yet, but hopefully something good”.


GBR are thankful to Daniel

Gaunt Brothers Racing also spoke and congratulated Daniel and wished him luck, many points and many good races.

It is certain that Daniel helped the organization with his performances and it is no wonder that they are grateful to him "The entire team is very appreciative of the effort Daniel has put forth,” Marty Gaunt said in a statement provided by the team.

“He has helped build the foundation we need for next season as well as 2022 when the NextGen car arrives. We’re both committed to earning as many points as possible in these last eight races together and finishing the season strong”.

Gaunt Brothers Racing have come a long way as an organization and expect even better things to happen to them in the coming years. The partnership with Toyota turned out to be a great move by the leader of Graunt Brothers Racing.

They aim to make even more progress and achieve even better results. They also participate in the construction of the Next Gem car, which will be a real hit “It’s a big jump to go from a part-time schedule to a full-time schedule, especially this season as we all dealt with the challenges of a global pandemic, but we’ve made it work,” Gaunt said.

“Our strategic partnership with Toyota has been a critical and valuable asset, and that’s evident by the reliability we’ve been able to achieve this year. We’re laying important groundwork for improved goals next year that, ultimately, sets us up for success with the Next Gen car in 2022.

We’re taking a methodical, long-term approach to our future and the next driver of our No. 96 Toyota will be an integral part of that development”.