NASCAR’s Byron Wins 2nd, Drama-Free, Virtual RaceNobody did anything to get fired or lose a sponsor in this week's edition of NASCAR virtual racing.
DiBenedetto Finds Ride As Menard RetiresPaul Menard has decided to walk away from NASCAR's top level after more than 460 races and Wood Brothers Racing is replacing him with Matt DiBenedetto in the iconic No. 21 Ford next season.
Bell Gives Leavine Confidence With Road America WinTeam owner Bob Leavine made an unpopular decision when he decided to remove driver Matt DiBenedetto from his Cup Series lineup for next season.
DiBenedetto Earns Immense Respect After Falling Short Of WinWhen his sponsorship dried up early last season, Matt DiBenedetto took the unique step of making a social media video asking for funding ideas.
Hamlin Wins At Bristol, Taking Away DiBenedetto's 1st WinThe winner climbed from his car and immediately apologized for denying an underdog his first career victory. The runner-up, in tears over his near miss, was raucously embraced by the crowd for his oh-so-close effort.
Matt DiBenedetto Losing His Ride At Leavine Family RacingMatt DiBenedetto has been told by Leavine Family Racing he will not be brought back for a second season with the NASCAR team in 2020.
DiBenedetto Celebrates Career-Best 4th Place FinishMatt DiBenedetto drove his way into the NASCAR Cup Series with meager funding and no glossy racing pedigree. He has spent 4 ½ years circling tracks in the back of the pack, attempting to will his underperforming, underfunded cars to unlikely results.