Auto racing roundup: Cup Series win a milestone for Daniel Suarez and Mexico

SONOMA, Calif. - Daniel Suárez became the first driver born in Mexico to win a NASCAR Cup Series race Sunday, holding off Chris Buescher for a historic victory at Sonoma Raceway.

Suárez, a 30-year-old native of Monterrey, won in the 195th career start of a Cup Series career that began in 2017. He also drove his Trackhouse Racing Chevrolet to the third Cup Series victory of the season for a quickly rising two-car team co-owned by former driver Justin Marks and music star Pitbull.

Suárez got past Buescher and took charge early in the final stage on the hilly road course in Northern California's wine country, and he persevered through a pit stop and a caution to emerge in front with 23 laps to go. Buescher pushed him aggressively in his RFK Racing No.