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#32 NASCAR Team News and Links

OFFICIAL TEAM/DRIVER LINKS
Go FAS Racing
Matt DiBenedetto

PRIMARY SPONSORS LINKS
Can-Am (13 races)(2018)
Kappa
Keen Parts
corvetteparts.net (part of the Keen Parts sponsorship)
Cosmo Motors
The Hartford Gold Group (Sonoma)
Anest Iwata (2 races)
Dude (Pocono - July)

ASSOCIATE SPONSORS LINKS
ZAK Products
Visone RV

SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS
Go Fas Racing - Twitter
Go Fas Racing - Facebook
Matt DiBenedetto - Twitter
Matt DiBenedetto - Facebook
Cam-Am - Twitter
Cam-Am - Facebook
Keen Parts - Twitter
Keen Parts - Facebook
CorvetteParts.net - Facebook

STATISTICS
Matt DiBenedetto - ESPN
Matt DiBenedetto - Racing Reference

MORE INFO
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Driver Appearances
Team Address/Contact

Contract Status: Driver: 2018; Primary Sponsors: Can-Am: 2018; others: ?


#32 Team / Driver News

Harvest Investments, Harvest-Properties.com join DiBenedetto at Michigan: Harvest Investments and Harvest-Properties.com will be the primary sponsors of the No.32 Ford and Matt DiBenedetto at Michigan International Speedway for the Consumers Energy 400.[More](8-9-2018)

DiBenedetto and the Go Fas Racing Ford at Pocono: Go Fas Racing is proud to announce that DUDE Products will be the primary sponsor of the #32 Ford and Matt DiBenedetto at Pocono Raceway for the Gander Outdoors 400. DUDE is one of the fastest growing men's hygiene companies in the U.S., started by four lifelong friends out of Chicago in 2012. Their flagship product, DUDE Wipes, the first flushable wipe marketed to men is in over 12,000 stores nationwide.[More](7-23-2018)

Local companies featured on DiBenedetto's #32 at New Hampshire: Highlighted on the #32 Ford this weekend will be many local companies. The primary sponsor, Weirs Motor Sales (Buick/GMC), is a preferred dealership in Arundel, Maine offering quality new & used cars as well as state-of-the-art auto service and repairs, and car financing.[More](7-19-2018)

The Hartford Gold Group joins Go Fas Racing and DiBenedetto in Sonoma: The Hartford Gold Group will be sponsoring their first-ever NASCAR race this weekend debuting the blue and gold scheme pictured above. The Hartford Gold Group (HGG) is a family-owned company based in Los Angeles, CA that helps individuals and families diversify and protect their wealth with precious metals. These products include physical gold, silver and platinum coins and bars and the innovative Gold IRA.[More](6-20-2018)

ANEST IWATA partners with DiBenedetto for two races: DiBenedetto will drive the #32 ANEST IWATA machine at the Chicagoland Speedway in July, and at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway when the Monster Energy Cup Series visits in September.[More](6-19-2018)

Zynga Poker increases sponsorship with Go Fas Racing: Go Fas Racing and Zynga, a leading social game developer, are proud to announce that Zynga Poker will be the primary sponsor for the No.32 Ford and Matt DiBenedetto for seven more races in the Monster Energy NASCAR 2018 season. The partnership will kick-off over All-Star Weekend at the Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 19th with Zynga Poker proudly emblazoned on the No.32. Other races include Pocono (1), Daytona, Watkins Glen, Bristol, Las Vegas, and the season finale at Homestead.[More](4-28-2018)

Matt DiBenedetto's Darlington throwback scheme unveiled: The #32 Ford at Darlington will be modeled off Jeff Burton's #99 Exide Batteries Ford from the late 1990s and 2000.[More](4-25-2018)

Superior Logistics joins Go Fas Racing at Richmond: The Go Fas Racing team will travel to Richmond Raceway this weekend with a new look and a new sponsor on board. Superior Logistics will make their debut with the team sporting a red, white, and blue scheme sure to catch attention under the lights in Richmond, VA. Superior Logistics Services provides shipping solutions across the continental United States, Mexico and to select points in Canada.[More](4-18-2018)

Plan B Sales, fans team up to sponsor DiBenedetto for Kansas: In a rare opportunity fans can get not only get their name on the race car, but also on the matching 1:24 scale diecast car that will be produced by Lionel.[More](4-12-2018)

Zynga Poker to serve as primary sponsor for DiBenedetto at Phoenix: When Matt DiBenedetto put out a video on Twitter and Facebook Tuesday morning, he never could've imagined the response he got. DiBenedetto went to social media asking for networking help, hoping to get introduced to the right person who might be able to put a deal together for a sponsor for his No.32 Ford for this weekend. What he instead found was an outpouring of support from his NASCAR family when Denny Hamlin graciously offered $5,000 out of his own pocket and retweeted the post to his followers.[More](3-8-2018)

Cox replaces Nead as crew chief at Go Fas: After only two races in the 2018 Cup season, Go Fas Racing announced Tuesday it has mutually parted ways with crew chief Gene Nead. Nead had been partnered with DiBenedetto since 2016 when he drove for BK Racing before joining GFR in 2017. Together they earned two top 10s (Daytona 500, Brickyard 400) and finished 32nd in the standings.[More](2-27-2018)

The Hurricane Heist sponsoring DiBenedetto at Daytona: Go Fas Racing has announced today that Entertainment Studios' new film, The Hurricane Heist, will be the primary sponsor of Matt DiBenedetto's No.32 Ford Fusion for the Daytona 500. The Hurricane Heist is a film directed by Rob Cohen, the creator of the Fast and The Furious film franchise and the director of high adrenaline action blockbusters such as The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor and xXx.[More](2-6-2018)

Go Fas Racing and Circle Sport Racing partner to secure charter for 2018: It's been a busy offseason in the shop and also in the office at Go Fas Racing. With the addition of an XFINITY program featuring driver Joey Gase and a 2018 partnership with the historic Wood Brothers Team, GFR is excited announce a partnership with Circle Sport Racing to acquire a charter for the No.32 Ford driven by Matt DiBenedetto.[More](1-17-2018)

Wood Brothers Racing enters partnership with Archie St. Hilaire for a charter: Wood Brothers Racing today announced a long-term partnership with Archie St. Hilaire, owner of Go FAS Racing. The agreement grants full operating control of one of the 36 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Charters to the Wood Brothers and its iconic #21 Ford.(1-15-2018)
UPDATE: Go Fas Racing says it will have a charter to use in 2018 and an announcement is coming soon.[More](1-15-2018)

Matt DiBenedetto to return to Go Fas Racing for the 2018 season: Go Fas Racing is proud to announce that Matt DiBenedetto and Gene Nead have agreed to a contract extension keeping them both with the #32 team throughout the 2018 season. The pair has brought significant improvements to the Go Fas team this season, improving approximately seven spots on average in both qualifying and race finishes. With the ability to improve even further and build their program throughout the offseason, the team expects to keep climbing up the standings.[More](8-12-2017)

Ryan Ellis joins GoFas...as PR rep: Ryan Ellis made 24 starts across NASCAR's three national series last year, another young driver trying to stay alive in the sport by jumping into whatever ride he could. But Ellis, tired of waiting for his big break and facing another exhausting season of trying to chase sponsorship, realized it might be best to take a year off from driving, then reset and try again in 2018. His job for this season, though, is perhaps unprecedented for a driver who raced in the NASCAR Cup Series as recently as November. Ellis is now the public relations representative for Matt DiBenedetto, who joins GoFas Racing's #32 car this season. "It's just so hard to claw and scratch and still be able to pay the bills halfway through a season," Ellis said this week in between shuttling DiBenedetto to various stops on the NASCAR Media Tour. "I've been able to do it the last couple years, but it just takes such a burden on you." That's no exaggeration; Ellis has taken side jobs like working at the Richard Petty Driving Experience and even mopping floors at a BMW dealership to make ends meet. So the opportunity to try his hand at PR - which comes with a steady salary - was too good to pass up, especially while working with a good friend. "(Finding a ride) is only getting harder," Ellis said. "With the self-funded drivers or the drivers who know the right people, you're just not going to get one of these opportunities without money. I need to pay the bills, so I've just got to accept it and do all I can."(JeffGluck.com)(1-28-2017)

DiBenedetto to drive for Go Fas: Go Fas Racing announced that Matt DiBenedetto will pilot the #32 Go Fas Racing Ford for all 36 scheduled events in NASCAR's Premier Series during the 2017 season. DiBenedetto comes to GFR after completing two full seasons in NASCAR's Premier Series where he tallied 68 starts and a season-best finish of sixth place at Bristol Motor Speedway in Spring of 2016. "I am very excited to join Go Fas Racing for the 2017 season! We have a great group of people that I am very excited to work with this season! I am thankful for the opportunity and I look forward to representing the team and sponsors to the best of my ability!" said DiBenedetto Go Fas Racing is looking forward to the opportunity to focus on having one driver in the seat for all 36 scheduled races since its inception into the series in 2014. Can-Am/Kappa, Keen Parts, Visone RV, Really Cheap Floors and many more familiar faces will yet again don the #32 Go Fas Racing Ford.(Go Fas Racing)(12-15-2016)

Jeffrey Earnhardt, Bobby Labonte will not return to Go Fas: There will be a new face in the #32 car in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 2017. Jeffrey Earnhardt will not be back in the Ford ride next year, according to team owner Archie St. Hilaire. "Jeffrey won't be back," St. Hilaire told Frontstretch. "We really want to focus on one driver for the year. We're talking to several parties, but that's our goal. We've been doing this for four years with multiple drivers. Our goal is to find one driver. If we have to, we'll find two, but not four or five. It's time to move the program up." Primary sponsor Can-Am has announced they have extended their deal with Go Fas Racing for the next two seasons, with 13 races as a primary sponsor. "A couple of goals we have for next year is to run better, have an affiliation with another Ford team that we're talking to and hoping the whole team can step it up," St. Hilaire said. "We're talking to both of them (Team Penske and Roush Fenway Racing), but we'll be affiliated with a team next year." The #32 team finished 38th in owner points, the lowest of teams with a charter. NASCAR has the option to revoke a team's charter if it is one of the bottom three teams with a charter for three straight seasons. Bobby Labonte will not return to the #32 car for the team after longtime Go Fas Racing sponsor C&J Energy Services owner Josh Comstock died in early March, which meant the company would no longer sponsor his efforts during the four plate races.(Frontstretch)(11-24-2016)

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