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Sport Rookie Daniel Suárez is improving with the help of the driver he replaced, Carl Edwards

02:05  24 march  2017
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Daniel Alejandro Suárez Garza (born January 7, 1992) is a Mexican professional stock car racing driver . He currently competes full-time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series

Rookie Daniel Suarez is ready to seize the opportunity created by Carl Edwards ’ departure. Those plans, however, changed dramatically when Carl Edwards unexpectedly decided to immediately Not only did Edwards win three times driving the No. 19 car and qualify for the four- driver To help ease the learning curve, Gibbs has implored Suarez to lean on teammates Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin, and

Daniel Suárez has a gigantic void to fill in his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season.

Although four races into the 2017 schedule, the rookie appears to be transitioning up from the XFINITY Series - where he was the 2016 champion - fairly seamlessly with his best finish so far on Sunday in the Camping World 500, placing seventh.

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Recently retired driver Carl Edwards was at Phoenix Raceway on Tuesday, offering assistance to Daniel Suarez , the new driver of the No. 19 Toyota for Joe

But Carl Edwards ’ shocking and sudden retirement created a void in Joe Gibbs Racing’s No. 19 Now Jones and Suarez will compete against one another for Rookie of the Year honors, another sign Daniel Suarez , born Jan. 7, 1992 in Monterrey, Mexico, is the first Mexican driver to win a NASCAR

But Suárez tossed much of the credit for his swift improvement to the crucial help provided by the driver he replaced: Carl Edwards, who unexpectedly stepped away from racing in January after 13 years in the Cup Series.

To the new No. 19 Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) Toyota driver, Edwards' support and shared knowledge is more than welcomed.

"It's always good to have someone with the experience that he has helping me in this new chapter of my career," the 25-year-old driver told For The Win.

Suárez said they text nearly every week and he got on-track help from the veteran at the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 in Atlanta - finishing 21st - and before the season during a test run at the Phoenix International Raceway.

"He's been very, very helpful and, for sure, (it's) just important to have his help moving into the Cup Series," Suárez said. "It's a hard step. It's one of those things that takes time and takes a process to be competitive, and to have help from someone like him helps me to make that process a little bit easier."

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Joe Gibbs Racing will replace Carl Edwards by promoting Xfinity Series champion Daniel Suarez . Beyond being one of the best drivers of his generation to never win a title, Edwards will also be remembered for the memorable way he punctuated each race victory.

Carl Edwards on Wednesday made official what first reported a day earlier: He is leaving Joe Gibbs Racing and will not compete in Gibbs said he hopes Edwards will continue to do work with the team, even if he doesn’t drive any longer. Daniel Suarez , the reigning NASCAR

Etching himself into NASCAR history, Suárez was the first foreign-born driver to win a national series championship last season, and this year, he became the first Mexican national to compete in the Cup Series.

Along with helping him elevate his racing, Edwards is also offering guidance on Suárez's new JGR team, where he spent his final two Cup Series seasons.

Suárez said the most beneficial advice he's received from Edwards is about how best to communicate with his new team - not just the pit crew but also fellow JGR drivers Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch and Matt Kenseth.

But, as Edwards told earlier this month, he's only going to be "at the race track as a tool for Daniel to pick (his) brain if he wants."

The rookie and retired driver are also together in a new SUBWAY commercial - briefly seen talking in a garage for Suárez's first national TV ad. The sandwich company is sponsoring the No. 19 car in four races this season, including Sunday's Auto Club 400 in Fontana, California.

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Carl Edwards , driver of the #19 Sport Clips Toyota, points to An emotional Edwards said that he realizes that his decision has left many people stunned and scratching their heads. Daniel Suarez gives a championship a thumbs up. Following this announcement, officials with Joe Gibbs Racing

Daniel Suarez admits that he can't wait to step into Carl Edwards ' former role in Joe Gibbs Racing, calling it an amazing opportunity. Suarez excited to step into Carl Edwards ' role.

With the excitement over it noticeable in his voice, Suárez described Edwards' role in the commercial as "very cool" - just one more area where the seasoned vet is lending a hand to the newcomer.

In the commercial, Suárez says he wants "to be the last person anyone wants to see in the rearview mirror. I came here to race."


(Editor's Note: Each week we'll update the NASCAR power rankings to reflect the most recent race and project how drivers will perform going forward in the season.) Ryan Newman used pit strategy to end a 127-race winless streak, while Kyle Larson grabbed his third-straight second-place finish. Kyle Busch and Chase Elliott had two of the fastest cars all day but ended up third and 12th, respectively. Check out the latest edition of power rankings after the Camping World 500 at Phoenix Raceway: NASCAR Power Rankings: Top 25 drivers after scorching Phoenix race

Watch: Luis Suarez hits stunning bicycle goal to start scoring onslaught vs. Sevilla .
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