Get the point A to point B as quickly as possible is the core of a race success of organisation in the NASCAR Cup Series. The new partner of Trackhouse Racing, the cargo giant and logistics Worldwide Express, with headquarters on Dallas, safeguard the teams during the next two year.
Trackhouse announced the last Sunday that the worldwide logistics suppler will be the main sponsor of Chevrolet No.2 of Ross Chastain during 17 races on the next two seasons and for more times on the Chevrolet No.99 of Daniel Suarez.
This is the new look of the Chevrolet No.99 of Suarez. The blue and black car has already been tested on the Pocono Raceway track. Worldwide Express will debut on the Chevrolet No.1 of Chastain on the All-Star Race of Nascar in Texas Motor Speedway on Fort Worth, vert close to company headquarters.
“We are proud of associate with Trackhouse Racing” said Rob Rose, president of Worldwide Express. “Trackhouse has been one of the most exciting and interesting teams of 2022. All want to win, but the perspective of Justin Marks are preparing them to win more long-term. The obsesion by excellence and upgrades continuous, until the last detail. This is what differentiates their program. Also, this is directly aligned with commercial approach by the employees, franchisees and agents of Worldwide Express”
Worldwide Express, with their brands of GlobalTranz and Unishippers, it is found as one of the biggest providers of logistics without assets of the country and offers leading solutions on marketing for packages, break-bull shipments and full trucks delivered through proprietary technology. More than 115,000 carriers, from little and medium companies, benefit of a visibility and improved efficiency thanks to this deal.
Chastain, native of Florida, gave to the organisation his first victory the March 27th on the Circuit of the Americas on Texas. And he repeated the Sunday on Talladega Superspeedway.
“The association with someone like Worldwide Express has been one of the goals since it was established Trackhouse Racing“, said the founder and owner of Trackhouse, Justin Marks, who incorporated Pitbull as team partner the last year as part of his effort out of track to enlarge the sport.