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Matt DiBenedetto, Hartford Gold Group Partner for Sonoma

The Hartfold Gold Group and Go FAS Racing are teaming up at Sonoma Raceway. Both announced Wednesday (June 20) that the company will adorn the team’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series No. 32, driven by Matt DiBenedetto, for this weekend’s race. The Hartford Gold Group is a family business based …

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Friday Faceoff: Which Top Driver Might Be Facing A Winless Season?

1. Once again, weather dominated the headlines this weekend. Do you think there’s anything more that NASCAR can do (tires, start times, scheduling) or is it just a case of “c’est la vie”? John Haverlin: There’s nothing more NASCAR can do. Start times and altering the schedule would be OK, but it …

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Frontstretch Podcast: Matt DiBenedetto Talks Racing at Richmond

In the latest episode of the 2018 Frontstretch Podcast, we review a good, hard weekend of racing at Richmond Raceway with Dustin Albino, Mike Neff, Zach Catanzareti and driver of the No. 32 Go FAS Racing Ford Matt DiBenedetto. We also introduce a new sponsor, FanDuel, and a Frontstretch exclusive contest where you can win $300 and …

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The Underdog House: Green Means Go at Richmond

Think Small Following two weeks of mild attrition on the track and about a month of wacky weather dilemmas, Richmond Raceway was easier to digest from start to finish. For the underdogs, it was a night of simplicity that was well-needed after the 26 hours of Bristol. Richmond was a …

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Who’s Hot & Who’s Not in NASCAR: Saturday Night Lights

The 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season is now one-quarter finished after the third short-track visit of the year to Richmond Raceway, the first short track weekend not to be plagued by weather delays. Kyle Busch put the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota Camry in Victory Lane for …

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The Underdog House: NASCAR Opportunity is Bigger in Texas

Think Small Man, what a week our underdogs are in for after a weekend like that, right? Even more than Daytona, Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway proved to be the ultimate opportunity for the underdog teams in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. For when tires started popping, cars started …

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