Fresh off his historic victory at Atlanta Motor Speedway Sunday, NASCAR Cup Series driver Daniel Suárez joined Pitbull on stage Wednesday night in his Trackhouse Racing team’s hometown of Nashville, Tennessee.

Suárez’s victory by 0.003 seconds in a three-wide finish was the third-closest race in NASCAR history. It also marked the second career victory for the Monterrey, Mexico native, the only Mexican driver to win a Cup Series race.

The 32-year-old Suárez appeared in a video montage Wednesday highlighting the victory then walked on stage after an introduction by Pitbull, who is in the midst of The Trilogy Tour alongside Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin.

Justin Marks and Pitbull are co-owners of Trackhouse Racing whose corporate offices are in Nashville and race shop is based in Concord, North Carolina. The team fields full-time Cup Series Chevrolets for Suárez and Ross Chastain.

In addition to his co-owner role, attending several races and serving as the Grand Marshall for the Daytona 500, Pitbull last fall launched the “TRACKHOUSE” album series with his twelfth full-length offering and first album in four years, TRACKHOUSE reflects his passion for NASCAR and, of course, his elevated musicality. 

The Trilogy Tour schedule and other upcoming shows are available here.

Trackhouse Racing PR