Report: Cole Custer to replace Daniel Suarez at Stewart-Haas Racing in 2020

Published On November 14, 2019 | By John Haverlin | News, Top Posts

On Thursday, Motorsport reported that 21-year-old Cole Custer will replace Daniel Suarez at Stewart-Haas Racing in the team’s fourth Cup car next year.

Custer currently races for SHR’s Xfinity Series team and is one of the final four championship contenders at Homestead-Miami Speedway this weekend. His father is Joe Custer, who is the team’s president.

Suarez has been linked to a potential deal with Richard Childress Racing this week, according to sources. He spent his first two seasons in the NASCAR Cup Series with Joe Gibbs Racing and 2019 with SHR.

An official announcement from SHR is expected in the coming days.

Photo: Matt Sullivan / Getty Images

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— a Long Island, New York native, is a graduate of Arizona State University, where he studied communication and journalism. He is a former Pit Notes reporter at ISM Raceway, where he covered NASCAR and INDYCAR throughout his collegiate career. Since 2016, he has covered American auto racing’s various forms, including NASCAR Cup, Xfinity, Truck, K&N, Whelen Modified, IndyCar, Mazda Road to Indy, USAC, Modified Touring Series, World of Outlaws, ARCA and ACT Tour. During his downtime, he likes to play his Les Paul guitar, hit the golf course and watch the New York Mets.

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