Charlotte, North Carolina, November 16, 2016.-The end of a season full of satisfactions for the Mexican Daniel Suárez is approaching. This weekend is defined the championship of the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
On Saturday, the champion of NASCAR's second national division will be announced, a category in which the ARRIS rider has stood out since his incursion in 2014.
After 23 races, two wins, 26 top-10s, 18 top-5s and two pole positions, Daniel arrives with 4,000 points at the Homestead-Miami Speedway, where he will go all-out with his team, Joe Gibbs Racing.
"There is a lot of pressure, but I think we are strong and we can work under it. I have worked under pressure since I was 11 for lack of financial support, so it's nothing new for me, "were the words of the driver of the # 19 auto, who is determined to look for the win that will allow him to lift the cup.
"I hope we win," is the feeling of a young man who has worked every day of his life to reach this moment and, no matter what happens on the track on Saturday, he will rest easy to know that he fought until the end.
The format of the Chase Grand Final consists of a race with four contenders for the title, Elliott Sadler, Justin Allgaier, Erik Jones and Suarez who have 4,000 units. The first of them to cross the finish line will be the NASCAR Xfinity Series champion.
The activities will begin on Friday with the double round of practices, Saturday will be the qualification at 10:15 and at 2:30 p.m., the so-called "Ford EcoBoost 300" will be made, agreed upon at 200 turns, the Which can be followed through escuderiatelmex.com.