Pitbull Celebrates NASCAR Win With Taco Piñata Full of Money, Candy

  • Daniel Suarez made history in Sonoma as the first Mexican to win a NASCAR Cup Series race.
  • Trackhouse Racing and owner Pitbull celebrated with a taco piñata full of money and candy.
  • Suarez had a similar celebration immediately after the win, punching a taco piñata.

Trackhouse Racing became one of the surprise teams of the NASCAR season, and co-owner Pitbull took part in the celebration of their latest win.

Daniel Suarez made history in Sonoma becoming the first driver from Mexico to win a NASCAR Cup Series race. After the race, he punched a taco piñata that he was collecting for his first victory.

On Tuesday, Pitbull joined the team to celebrate. The fiesta included Pitbull throwing another taco piñata at Suarez, who broke it with a bat. But this piñata also has money inside.


In the first celebration after the race, Suarez had to punch the piñata because they couldn’t find the baseball bat.

Trackhouse Racing is in its second season with co-owners Pitbull and former driver Justin Marks. Suarez’s win was the team’s third in 16 races this season, joining teammate Ross Chastain’s two wins.

Because of Chastain’s wins, he was trapped in one of 16 playoff spots with 10 races remaining in the regular season. Suarez doesn’t have a guaranteed spot yet, but his win will likely mean two playoff cars for Trackhouse.

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