Team announces hiring of Tarso Marx for NASCAR controversy

Team announces hiring of Tarso Marx for NASCAR controversy

Brazil will once again have a driver in the race for the NASCAR Cup Series. This Tuesday morning (8), Stanz Racing announced former Formula 1 driver Tarso Marx for a dispute over eight races in the main class of motor sport’s most important category in the United States, ending the fast running since 2014. Breaks when Nelsonho Piquet races to Watkins Glen.

Tarso Marx will race a Ford Mustang.  (Photo: Promotions)

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Tarso Marx will race a Ford Mustang. (Photo: Promotions)

Marx’s debut in the Cup Series is scheduled for July 3 at Road America, and drivers will make another seven races, three more mixed races at Elkhart Lake (Indianapolis, Watkins Glen and Charlotte) and four more at The Oval. (Daytona, Las Vegas, Homestead and Phoenix). Earlier, Brazilians race for the Nascar Truck Series on June 12 in Sonoma.

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“With an experienced driver like Tarso behind the wheel, we are very optimistic about competing in the NASCAR Cup Series this year, and also in other races in various categories to come. I will be joining Dignity and my friend Tarso in the racing events. We look forward to building a dream team that drives exciting projects on and off the track,” says Stange Racing CEO John Stange Jr.

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The Paraná native also raced in Formula 1, where he competed in 24 Grands Prix, always defending Minardi, the current Alphatauri. Marx also went through IndyCar, where he raced for Penske and Stock Car. In recent years, the 46-year-old has also raced in Endurance Brasil, the country’s main long-distance racing championship.

Tarso Marx is the second Brazilian guaranteed in NASCAR’s national division stages this season. In addition to the Paraná native, Miguel Paludo will race three, all on the mixed circuit, in the Xfinity Series, the second main division of the category.

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