Fans Can Now Grab a Trackhouse Racing ‘Quaker State’ Crew Merch Signed by Daniel Suarez, Here’s How

Published 12/20/2023, 12:33 AM EST

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Amidst the bland off-season, Trackhouse Racing has presented fans with an interesting proposition, one that will get them excited to get their hands on it. The team, that flaunts Ross Chastain and Daniel Suarez as its two drivers in the NASCAR Cup series, recently unveiled an exciting giveaway offer on social media as they debuted an exclusive Daniel Suarez signed crew shirt. And here’s how you can stand a chance to win one, that too for free!

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Daniel Suarez & Trackhouse Racing’s exciting Christmas present

Christmas is right around the corner and people have already initiated the shopping carnival for the coming celebrations. With just days left for the big day, prominent Cup Series team Trackhouse Racing has a stealer offer that no NASCAR fan can refuse.

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Signed by its #99 driver, Daniel Suarez, the team just unveiled its new merchandise, which anyone can own, by following some simple steps. It rolled out a new ‘Quaker State’ t-shirt. Flaunting a combination of green and black, with a hint of yellow on the borders, the shirt has the brand’s logo in bold letters, situated front and center.

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Sharing the awesome news, the team tweeted a picture of the merch, along with the steps one needs to follow to get their hands on the exclusive t-shirt. All you have to do is follow the team on ‘X’, retweet the post, and comment how much you love Quaker State and that’s it, you might be the lucky one to win it!

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However, this is not the only exciting news that is coming from the up-and-coming team!

Moto GP: Trackhouse Racing inks a multi-year deal as Aprilia’s satellite team

Ever since its debut in NASCAR Cup series in 2021, starting out as a single-car team from humble beginnings, Justin Marks’ team has had an incredible journey in the racing scene, unlike any other organization. Following the acquisition of Chip Ganassi Racing, the team stretched its wings, fielding two cars with two potent drivers at the helm of its #1 and #99 cars. Not just that, the team was recently seen taking up another exciting venture, Project 91.

The owners brought in the former Supercars champion, Shane Van Gisbergen, who clinched the inaugural Chicago street race in 2023, to NASCAR where the Kiwi will be competing in select races in 2024. But seems like the team is not yet done expanding! They are back at it again, buying their way into Moto GP, the most followed two-wheel racing series as they took over RNF Racing with Aprilia as their manufacturer.

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Recently Marks confirmed the extension of his team’s contract with the Italian OEM with Miguel Oliveira and Raul Fernandez to secure factory MotoGP bikes in 2024. While the team was already set to venture into the international motorcycle racing scene in 2025, the team management couldn’t hesitate when they found an opening owing to the ousting of RNF from the tournament.

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Though the rest of the details still remain unknown as of now, the team’s Moto GP wing will be handled by Trackhouse Entertainment Group from Nashville, Tennessee but will be operated in Noale, Italy in an alliance with the manufacturer Aprilia and Piaggio Group.

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