Trackhouse Boss Justin Marks Could Lose SVG to Bigger NASCAR Sharks

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In a stunning turn of events, the Australian Supercars champ, Shane Van Gisbergen (SVG), left the NASCAR world in awe as he clinched victory in the Chicago Street Race. However, as bigger teams are vying to get SVG on board, there is stirring speculation that Justin Marks might have to bid him farewell.

Justin Marks' Success with Project 91

After achieving resounding success with Project 91 and attracting drivers from various motorsport disciplines, Justin Marks, the owner of Trackhouse Racing, found himself in the spotlight, particularly after Shane Van Gisbergen’s spectacular triumph at the Chicago racetrack. However, in a surprising twist, Marks later expressed a shift in focus toward full-time Cup Series drivers and cars.

SVG's Potential Switch to NASCAR


The Kiwi Champion has already declared his return to the Indianapolis track for the Cup Series. Following his successful debut in Chicago, he is perhaps switching to NASCAR as a full-time driver in 2024 and has reportedly received numerous offers for a full-time Cup Series position.

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 Implications for Trackhouse Racing

 If SVG joins Justin Marks full-time, there are possibilities that lead to a breach of the agreements between Trackhouse Racing and both Ross Chastain and Daniel Suárez. As the NASCAR community waits to witness his performance on the Indianapolis road course, some view this as a testing ground for his potential transition to NASCAR as a full-time driver.

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