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Sentences forDaniel Suárez
- On January 9, 2017, FOX Sports reported Edwards planned to step away from NASCAR to pursue other opportunities; Daniel Suárez replaced him in the 2017 season.
- His sixth win was the second Pocono race where he beat teammate Daniel Suárez on several late restarts.
- He lost the lead to Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Daniel Suárez, who ran out of fuel, allowing Busch to re-take the lead on only three tires, though in the final corner, Austin Dillon was able to get by Busch and win the race.
- Whitt's crew decided to keep him out, meaning that he would restart first, alongside Chase contender Daniel Suárez.
- Daniel Suárez drove 12 races beginning at Daytona in February with sponsorship from Juniper.
- In 2019, Dillon made a cameo in the movie Stuber alongside brother Ty and fellow driver Daniel Suárez.
- He was beat by Daniel Suárez for Rookie of the Year by a single top-ten finish.
- A week later in the All-Star Race, Harvick continued his winning streak yet again, winning stages 1 and 3 and held off Daniel Suárez to win for the first time in 11 years after winning it in 2007 driving the No. 29 car for RCR.
- On November 7, 2018, with Furniture Row Racing closing at the end of 2018, it was announced Truex and crew chief Cole Pearn signed a deal with Joe Gibbs Racing to drive the No. 19 starting in the 2019 season, replacing Daniel Suárez and crew chief Dave Rogers.
- Daniel Suárez of Joe Gibbs Racing won the championship, becoming the first non-American to win a title in NASCAR's top 3 divisions.
- He once again sealed his spot in the Championship 4 after holding off SHR teammates Aric Almirola and Daniel Suárez for his third straight victory at the fall Texas race, his fifth Championship 4 appearance in the last six years.
- Chase Elliott had the lead, but Daniel Suárez took the lead and won the second stage to transfer.
- On November 15, 2019, Stewart-Haas Racing announced that Custer will replace Daniel Suárez in the No. 41 Ford in 2020.
- Daniel Suárez spun after contact with Paul Menard.
- Daniel Suárez got into the wall after contact with Ryan Blaney.
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