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Worldwide Express Returns to Trackhouse Racing For 2024 NASCAR Season

The company will once again serve as a primary sponsorship partner for Ross Chastain and Daniel Suárez next season. Worldwide Express also continues as the official logistics company of Trackhouse Racing.


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Trackhouse Racing announced the return of a key primary sponsorship partner for the 2024 NASCAR Cup Series season on Friday morning. Worldwide Express, which first dipped into sponsorship with the team in 2022, will return for a third season of sponsorship with Trackhouse next year.

“We are really looking forward to our third year with Trackhouse Racing as we continue to deepen our commitment to the motorsports community," said Mike Grayson, executive vice president of WWEX Group. "Both Daniel and Ross have been amazing ambassadors of our brands, and we appreciate the energy and focus they and the entire Trackhouse team bring to every challenge. We’re excited about all the opportunities ahead of us next season.”

Here is a video that the team shared to X of the sponsorship renewal:

According to a press release from Trackhouse, Worldwide Express will reprise its role as a primary sponsor of both Ross Chastain and the No. 1 team, and Daniel Suárez and the No. 99 team.

As part of the partnership, Worldwide Express will remain the official logistics partner of Trackhouse Racing in 2024.

Chastain is glad to have the blue and black Worldwide Express colors back for another season as the company has been integral to the success of Trackhouse over the last few years.

“I am glad Worldwide Express sees the value in our partnership to return in 2024,” said Chastain. “They have really been a big part of our success over the last couple of seasons and we have been a big part of their business-to-business initiatives. I think the scheme is one of the best on the track and I’m proud to continue to wear the WWEX colors.”

In addition to aiding Trackhouse with its logistical needs, Suárez says that Worldwide Express actually helped NASCAR pull off its races at the LA Memorial Coliseum and the Chicago Street Course.

“You know, Worldwide Express does more than help Ross and I and Trackhouse Racing,” said Suárez. “At Los Angeles, Chicago, and other races they were responsible for shipping a lot of the walls and materials that went into building the temporary tracks. Trackhouse needs Worldwide Express to race and it's obvious everyone in the sport of NASCAR does as well.”

The sponsorship picture for Trackhouse Racing is becoming very clear as we march toward the 2024 NASCAR Cup Series season.

Back in July, Busch Beer announced that it would be moving from Kevin Harvick and Stewart-Haas Racing over to Trackhouse Racing to serve as the anchor partner for Ross Chastain and the No. 1 team.

Additionally, Jockey International announced in August that it would also return as a primary sponsorship partner for both Chastain and Suárez next season in a partnership that is signed through the 2025 NASCAR Cup Series season.

According to the Jockey International announcement, the red, white, and blue Jockey colors will serve as the primary scheme for the Trackhouse cars in a total of eight races in 2024, and eight races in 2025.

Trackhouse Racing was founded in 2021 by Justin Marks, and the team originally started as a one-car organization with driver Daniel Suárez. Following the 2021 season, Trackhouse Racing purchased the team charters from Chip Ganassi Racing, and expanded to a two-car operation.

In 2022, both teams made the Playoffs, and the team created a third part-time entry, an entry known as PROJECT91.

This season, Chastain finds himself entrenched in a battle for the NASCAR Cup Series championship as the series heads into the Round of 12 of the Playoffs. Suárez, unfortunately, missed the Playoffs this season, but he was right on the edge of making it into the Playoffs.

Photo Credit: Jonathan McCoy, Racing America

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