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- On October 10, 2018, Matt DiBenedetto signed a two-year contract with Leavine Family Racing to drive the No.
- At the same time, Wood Brothers Racing announced Matt DiBenedetto as his replacement for the 2020 season.
- Buescher started the season with a hard crash at Daytona with Matt DiBenedetto, finishing 39th.
- With Go FAS Racing hiring Matt DiBenedetto, Said was left out of the #32 ride for 2017.
- Leavine Family Racing currently has a technical alliance with Joe Gibbs Racing, with Matt DiBenedetto driving the No.
- Former Joe Gibbs Racing development driver Matt DiBenedetto signed to drive the car beginning at Atlanta.
- 10 was revived for 2016 beginning at Atlanta, with Green and Matt DiBenedetto once again running in a start-and-park capacity.
- The driver was announced to be Matt DiBenedetto on December 15.
- 21 Ford Mustang full-time for Matt Dibenedetto and has a technical alliance with Team Penske.
- Matt DiBenedetto led the most laps, but Hamlin passed him for the lead to win for his fourth race of the season.
- On the restart, Aric Almirola spun after contact with Matt DiBenedetto, sending the race to overtime.
- Truex pulled away on the restart, but Matt DiBenedetto crashed into the wall.
- Matt DiBenedetto spun and collected several cars, but the race remained green.
- Early in the race, Erik Jones spun and collected Kyle Larson and Matt DiBenedetto.
- Matt DiBenedetto made contact with Martin Truex Jr. and got into the wall.
- Kyle Busch had a tire rub and had to pit while Matt DiBenedetto had an engine blow up, sending the race into overtime.
- With two laps to go, Kurt Busch got turned around and collected Blaney, Matt DiBenedetto, Brendan Gaughan, and others, sending the race to overtime.
- Erik Jones, Matt DiBenedetto, and Martin Truex Jr. had tire issues, sending them into the wall.
- For 2015, it was planned that Sprint Cup Series rookie Matt DiBenedetto would race the 93 car part-time, driving the 93 in races that Camping World Truck Series driver Johnny Sauter drove in the 83.
- In the final stage, Michael McDowell and Ryan Preece were involved in wrecks while Matt DiBenedetto had a mechanical issue.
- Matt DiBenedetto blew his engine on lap 3.
- In the final stage, Matt DiBenedetto had brake issues and it caused a tire to catch fire as Kasey Kahne and Darrell Wallace, Jr. both had transmission issues.
- Matt DiBenedetto and Matt Tifft spun while Corey Lajoie got into the wall.
- BK Racing driver Matt DiBenedetto recorded a career best finish of 6th.
- Another wreck took place with seven laps to go as Kevin Harvick, Matt DiBenedetto, Chris Buescher, and David Ragan got together.
- Keselowski would have great restart, but a multi-car wreck in turn four involving Michael McDowell, Kurt Busch, Matt DiBenedetto, and David Ragan, forcing another attempt.
- Early in Stage 1, Martin Truex Jr., Austin Dillon, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Matt DiBenedetto, Corey LaJoie, and others got speeding penalties as Busch dominated to win Stage 1.
- Matt DiBenedetto led the most laps, but was involved in an accident with Blaney, Paul Menard, Chase Elliott, Martin Truex Jr., and others.
- Early in the race, several single-car wrecks occurred that involved drivers including Matt DiBenedetto, Austin Dillon, and Michael Annett.
- 62 car into a flip over Kurt Busch and Matt DiBenedetto.
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