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WWEX Racing

Driving Toward Success, Off And On The Track
We know what it takes to navigate a win in the world of shipping. Now we’re delivering wins in the NASCAR Cup Series and Camping World Truck Series as the official logistics partner of Trackhouse Racing, Niece Motorsports, Richmond Raceway and NASCAR®.

The shortest distance between two points?
It’s an oval. 

Fast-moving businesses require logistics solutions from pros who know the industry and can help their shipments get from A to B fast. Like the Nos. 1 and 99 cars and No. 40 truck who depend on their crews, we play an integral part in helping SMBs and enterprise companies fine-tune their shipping program with next-generation technology, unparalleled industry experience and birds-eye insights that help respond to obstacles on the road to success. The WWEX Racing program comprises drivers across the sport, including award-winning drivers Ross Chastain and Daniel Suarez, Rookie of the Year contender Dean Thompson and junior drivers who are stepping into racing.
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Meet Our Drivers

Ross Chastain

Ross Chastain

No. 1, NASCAR Cup Series | No. 41, NCWTS

Full-time Cup driver, part-time Truck driver, lifetime Melon Man – Ross Chastain continues to gather wins including his and Trackhouse Racing’s first Cup Series victory at Circuit of the Americas in March 2022. A Florida native, he’s an 8th-generation watermelon farmer when he’s not on the road and on the track.
Carson Hocevar

Carson Hocevar

No. 42, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

In his second full-time year in the Truck Series, Carson Hocevar has made a name for himself – and not just with his notable headwear choices! The Michigan native earned three top-five finishes, eight top-ten finishes, and advanced to the playoff Round of 8 in his 2021 rookie year and started out the 2022 season stronger than ever.
Daniel Suárez

Daniel Suárez

No. 99, NASCAR Cup Series

The first Latin American to win a NASCAR national title series, Daniel Suárez is the 2016 Xfinity Series champion. Hailing from Monterrey, Mexico, he is piloting the No. 99 Trackhouse Racing car for his 6th Cup season. An avid fan of Mexican soccer team Tigres UANL, he is also the only native Spanish-speaking Cup Series driver.
Dean Thompson

Dean Thompson

No. 40, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

At 20 years old, rookie Dean Thompson is a force to be reckoned with. His breakout Rookie of the Year season in 2020 saw him earn six wins and 14 top-five finishes. Hailing from southern California, he joined the Niece Motorsports team full-time for the 2022 Truck Series season where he competes for top Rookie honors in the No. 40 Chevrolet Silverado.

A Little Faster Than Your Typical Delivery Vehicle

We bring forward-thinking expertise to help businesses make quick, informed decisions about their shipping logistics and supply chain operations. And we rely on a curated group of leading carrier partners who deliver shipments from coast to coast to meet the most demanding schedules. But these guys drive success with something just a little bit faster.

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Small, But Mighty Fast

In his fifth season of quarter midget racing, Kaleb Cox is quickly learning about the dedication and hard work it takes to be a leader on and off the track. He will race nationally at more than 30 NASCAR and INDYCAR events across the country, including notable appearances at Indianapolis Motor Speedway Brickyard and Darlington Raceway. Kaleb is the son of GlobalTranz Agent KC Cox, Unified Logistics, and the WWEX Racing team is proud to sponsor his pursuit to become one of the country’s best young racers this season.
Kaleb Cox