AVONDALE, Ariz. — Daniel Suarez, Quin Houff and Timmy Hill all failed to score at least one Top-10 finish across the entire NASCAR Cup Series season.
The three drivers attempted to qualify for all 36 races this season.
Suarez and Houff finished 31st and 33rd respectively in final points. Hill was not eligible for points in the Cup Series.
Suarez, who competed for Gaunt Brothers Racing, failed to qualify for the Daytona 500 in February. His highest finish of the season came was 18th at Bristol Motor Speedway in May.
2020 marked Suarez’s fourth full-time season in NASCAR’s elite series, but the first time he failed to post a Top-10 finish.
Houff, a rookie-of-the-year contender, raced all 36 races for StarCom Racing.
Houff’s highest finish was a lead-lap 13th-place effort at Talladega in October. The finish was also a career-high for the Virgina driver.
Hill’s highest finish came at Talladega in October (15th).
Driving the No. 66 Toyota for team owner Carl Long, 2020 was the first season Hill competed in all 36 races.
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