Daniel Suarez - Updated Feb 2024

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Daniel Suarez

Daniel Suarez was the first Mexican-born driver to win a Cup Series race. Daniel Suarez won the Xfinity Series Sunoco Rookie of the Year award in 2015.

Early Life

Daniel Suarez was born on January 7, 1992, his age is 31 years old as of now. He was born in Monterrey, Mexico. Suarez’s zodiac sign is Capricorn. His mother’s name is Rosaline Garza and his father’s name is Alejandro Suárez. He is an American with his nationality. Thus, he follows the Christian religion.

He has 3 siblings named Cindy Suarez (younger sister)  and Alex Suarez (younger brother) his sister’s name is not revealed.  He is a student at the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico he completed his education there.

Daniel Suarez – Net Worth 2024

Daniel Suarez has a net worth of 1.5 billion dollars. He is earning a good amount of assets with his career. Likewise, he is living a very luxurious life.


Suárez began his racing career in karting in 2002 a native of Monterrey in Nuevo León. He won the class championship in 2007. He moved to the preliminary category of NASCAR Mexico in 2008. entered the final race of the year in contention for the championship. Suarez became the youngest driver to win a race in the series in Mini-Stocks.

Moreover, he alternated his time between the Mexico Series in 2012 and K&N Pro Series East. He entered the final race of the year in contention for the championship and led the points for most of the season in Mexico, but wound up finishing third, having scored two victories.

In the No. 18 Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing, it was announced that Suárez would compete full-time in the 2015 NASCAR Xfinity Series in August 2014. Additionally, he would also run a partial schedule in the 2015 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in the No. 51 Toyota for Kyle Busch Motorsports.

Suárez won the pole for the Xfinity Series Subway Firecracker 250 at Daytona on July 4, 2015, his first career pole in the series. Likewise, Suárez would go on to win 2 more poles at Iowa and Kentucky and win his first ARCA pole at Kansas.

Moreover, Suárez’s car number in the Xfinity Series was switched to No. 19 in 2016. By passing Kyle Busch on the last laphe won his first Xfinity Series race at Michigan, becoming the first Mexican-born driver to win in a NASCAR national touring series.

More about his career

During the Round of 12 in the Chase at Dover in October Suárez won his second Xfinity Series race. During the 2018 season, after Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch’s qualifying times were disallowed following an inspection Suárez won his first career Cup Series pole at Pocono.

Furthermore, he also scored a career-best second place in the race. With three top-fives and nine top-10 finishes, Suárez struggled to stay consistent throughout the season. Rogers returned to replace Graves as Suárez’s crew chief on October 9, 2018.

Hinting that he will be out of the team by the end of the 2018 season it was reported that Suárez removed all references to Joe Gibbs Racing from his Twitter profile on September 21, 2018. Furthermore, it was announced that Suárez will be replaced by Martin Truex Jr. in 2019.

It was announced that Suárez signed with Stewart-Haas Racing On January 7, 2019, to drive the No. 41 Ford Mustang GT in the 2019 season. Additionally, it was announced that Suárez would not return to the No. 41 car on November 14, 2019. Suárez officially signed with Gaunt Brothers Racing on January 28, 2020, to race the No. 96 Toyota full-time 2020. Thus, he did not participate in the 2020 Busch Clash to focus on the 2020 Daytona 500.

Career highlights

Moreover, Suárez announced he would not return to Gaunt Brothers Racing at the end of the season on September 14. He announced that he will join Justin Marks’ new Trackhouse Racing Team on October 7.

Suárez scored Trackhouse’s first top-five during the 2021 season, with a fourth-place finish at the Bristol dirt race. Likewise, Suárez also scored top ten at Nashville, Dover, and Texas. For Marks’ SCCA teamSuárez also competed in the Trans-Am race in Nashville.

For the 2022 season, Daniel Suarez returned to Trackhouse after the team acquired multiple charters from Chip Ganassi Racing. Granting the company primary sponsorship rights Suárez and Trackhouse expanded a sponsorship deal with Freeway Insurance in February 2022,  for five events throughout the 2022 NASCAR Cup series.

Daniel Suárez

Caption: Daniel Suárez celebrating his win. Source: Excelsior

Personal Life

Daniel Suarez is currently in a relationship. His girlfriend’s name is Julia Piquet. She is the daughter of three-time Formula 1 World Champion Nelson Piquet.

Daniel Suárez

Caption: Daniel Suárez with his girlfriend. Source: Latest in Bollywood

Body Measurements

Daniel Suarez has a height of  5 feet 8 inches. He weighs approx 75 Kg. Furthermore, he has black hair and dark brown eyes. Likewise, the information about his shoe size, dress size, and chest size was not given.

Daniel Suarez – Social Media

Furthermore, Daniel has got 140k followers on his Instagram account. On Twitter, he has got 91k followers. He is active on Facebook and has 151k followers there.