Trackhouse Racing is a professional racing organization competing in the NASCAR Cup Series. Owned by Trackhouse Entertainment Group, which is backed by former Cup Series driver Justin Marks and rapper Pitbull, the organization opened in 2020 and debuted at the 2021 Daytona 500. The group purchased the entirety of the Chip Ganassi Racing team.
With bodies and engines provided by Richard Childress Racing, Trackhouse Racing fields two full-time cars in the Cup Series.
The No. 1 car, currently driven by Ross Chastain, debuted at the 2022 Daytona 500 and earned Trackhouse Racing’s first victory at the 2022 Texas Grand Prix. The No. 99 car debuted full-time in 2021 with Daniel Suarez at the wheel, and he became the first Mexican-born driver to win a Cup Series race at the 2022 Toyota/Save Mart 350.
Trackhouse Racing will also have the No. 91 car compete on a part-time basis with the purpose of helping put international drivers in the Cup Series field.