Trackhouse Racing will try to put global racing stars in NASCAR Cup Series with PROJECT91
Trackhouse Racing announced Tuesday the creation of PROJECT91, a program that will see the team field a part-time NASCAR Cup Series car for "renowned international racing drivers. The program's first driver and race will be announced in the coming days.
"PROJECT91's mission is to activate the intersection point of NASCAR racing and global motorsport culture," team owner Justin Marks said in a press release. In the late 2000s, there had been a brief boom in international talent entering NASCAR that included Juan Pablo Montoya, Jacques Villeneuve, Patrick Carpentier and others before the sport began to draw more from its traditional domestic talent pool.
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