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Ryan Preece, Matt DiBenedetto taking different routes to next step

Ryan Preece and Matt DiBenedetto both came to a fork in the road of their NASCAR careers when they found themselves without full-time Cup rides for 2022. Now they will embark on quite different paths as they try to continue their racing careers. Who chose the right path? Was there...
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Matt DiBenedetto finds fulltime ride in the NASCAR Truck Series

DiBenedetto, 30, has been full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series since 2015. In 248 starts, he recorded nine top-fives and 31 top-tens with three runner-up finishes. He most recently drove the famed Wood Brothers No. 21 machine, but was replaced by Harrison Burton for the 2022 season. DiBenedetto also has...
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Matt DiBenedetto lands NASCAR ride for 2022

DiBenedetto will make the move to the NASCAR Truck Series. For the past 12 years, Matt DiBenedetto has piloted machines in the NASCAR Cup Series and Xfinity Series. He has zero starts in the NASCAR Truck Series but that’s set to change. “I may be telling my age, I...
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Matt DiBenedetto, Ryan Newman among drivers looking for rides this offseason

Four full-time Cup drivers are still seeking rides for 2022, and where they'll land is anybody’s guess, including their own. Ryan Newman, Matt DiBenedetto, Ryan Preece and Anthony Alfredo are full-time Cup drivers from 2021 who still need rides. "I’m not announcing any kind of retirement or anything like that....

NASCAR driver Matt DiBenedetto says “Let’s Go Brandon!”

Matt DiBenedetto explains why he used the popular chant. Weeks ago, NASCAR fans chanted, “Fuck Joe Biden!” from the grandstands after the conclusion of the NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Talladega Superspeedway. Prior to that, the chant had been popular at college football games. Watch the Matt DiBenedetto video below.

Matt DiBenedetto comments on Kyle Busch; Deletes account

NASCAR driver Matt DiBenedetto sent out a series of tweets then abandoned the platform. On Sunday, Martinsville Speedway hosted the NASCAR Cup Series. It was the final elimination race ahead of the championship finale. Read the tweets from DiBenedetto below. Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski were bumper to bumper for...

NASCAR Cup: Matt DiBenedetto hoping for a win in midst of momentum swing to secure playoff spot

Coming off a 13th place finish in the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series standings, Matt DiBenedetto had high aspirations for the 2021 season. He had just announced his return to Wood Brothers Racing and the No. 21 car, the first competitive full-time car the 30-year-old has driven in his career. DiBenedetto was in contention to win races several times in 2020, and things looked encouraging towards a successful 2021 campaign.

Matt DiBenedetto chasing Victory Lane

Matt DiBenedetto has only one goal remaining in the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series regular season and that is to put a win on the board. The Wood Brothers Racing driver has two shots left to make this year’s NASCAR Playoffs field – Sunday’s Firekeeper’s Casino 400 at Michigan International Speedway and the regular-season finale the following weekend at Daytona. The two tracks are vastly different with Michigan’s big, sweeping two-mile oval coming before the 2.5-mile superspeedway at “The World Center of Racing.” But DiBenedetto is ready for the challenge.
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NASCAR's Matt DiBenedetto to be at Hickory Motor Speedway this Saturday

HICKORY — This Saturday night at Hickory Motor Speedway features a special event, "Matt DiBenedetto Night at the Races" presented by All American Roofing and Restoration, track officials announced on Friday morning. NASCAR Cup driver Matt DiBenedetto returns to his roots and will sign autographs beginning at 5:45 p.m. According...