Worldwide Express partners with Trackhouse Racing
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CONCORD, NORTH CAROLINA — Getting from point A to point B as quickly as possible is at the very heart of a successful NASCAR Cup Series race organization. Trackhouse Racing’s new partner, Dallas-based freight and logistics giant Worldwide Express, will provide just that for the rising sophomore race team over the next two years.
Trackhouse announced today that the global logistics provider will be title sponsor of Ross Chastain’s #1 Chevrolet for 17 races over the next two seasons and four more times in Daniel Suárez’s #99 Chevrolet.
The stunning blue and black primary scheme will be on full display May 3 on the No. 99 with Suárez during a track practice session at Pocono Raceway.
The Worldwide Express paint scheme will make its competition debut on Chastain’s No. 1 Chevrolet during the NASCAR All-Star Race at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, a few miles from the company’s headquarters.
“We are proud to partner with Trackhouse Racing,” said Rob Rose, president of Worldwide Express. “Trackhouse has been one of the most exciting and interesting teams in 2022. Everyone wants to win, but Justin Marks’ approach sets them up to win even more in the long run. Continuous improvement, down to the smallest detail, is what sets their program apart, and this is directly aligned with the business approach shared by Worldwide Express employees, franchisees and agents.
Worldwide Express, along with its sister brands GlobalTranz and Unishippers, is one of the nation’s leading non-asset logistics providers, offering industry-leading marketing solutions for parcel, less-than-truckload (LTL) and full-truckload shipping. managed transportation services. using proprietary technology. Thanks to the company’s unique data assets and business intelligence capabilities, more than 115,000 shippers, from small and medium-sized businesses to large enterprises, benefit from increased visibility and efficiency for their supply chains.
Trackhouse Racing is in its second season in the Cup Series. Chastain, a Florida native, gave the organization its first victory March 27 at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. He and Suárez, Mexico’s only Cup Series rider and former Xfinity Series champion, have battled for victory in multiple races this season.
“Partnering with someone like Worldwide Express has been a goal since the inception of Trackhouse Racing,” said Trackhouse founder and owner Justin Marks, who tapped the Pitbull artist as team partner last year as part of its off-track efforts to expand the sport’s fanbase. base beyond its normal demographics.
“Worldwide Express is a powerful brand and we want to expand its reach within our vast ecosystem of US industry connections and within the sport. We also want Worldwide Express to show Trackhouse Racing how it works and learn what we can do. such a successful business.
Chastain said the benefits of partnering with Worldwide Express are two-way and will pay Trackhouse many dividends.
“I’ve spent time with (Worldwide Express Chairman) Rob (Rose) before and it’s been fascinating to see how complex and successful their business is in this era of global sourcing challenges. They handle so many challenges with ease, I can’t help but think that this mindset will help our race team on and off the track.
Suarez echoed his teammate’s comments.
“Surrounding yourself with the right people is one of the keys to success,” he said. “Worldwide Express has the same drive and desire for success as we at Trackhouse Racing.”