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Special scheme for DiBenedetto at Martinsville

Martinsville Speedway marks the 33rd stop of the season for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. One of the circuits most unique racetracks, Martinsville is the site of some of the best racing on the circuit. Matt DiBenedetto and the #32 CorvetteParts.net team will be tackling the half-mile racetrack hoping to get some redemption on an earlier season run.

This week's CorvetteParts.net Ford will have a different look to it. This week, Tom and T.J. Keen from CorvetteParts.net decided to run a pink and white scheme representing Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The team has also created a fundraiser for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) allowing fans to donate through the Go Fas Racing team's social media pages. One lucky fan will be chosen to win a pair of pit passes and will be a guest of the team this weekend. Regardless of what fan is chosen, each fan is helping the Breast Cancer Research Foundation advance the world's most promising research. The BCRF provides critical funding for cancer research worldwide to fuel advances in tumor biology, genetics, prevention, treatment, metastasis and survivorship.

"Martinsville is a track that I grew up racing at actually. I really enjoy the short-tracks on our schedule because they allow us to run a little bit better than usual. We usually don't qualify that great, but in the race we really start moving forward. Gene usually has a really good setup for the long-run at Martinsville, so we're hoping we can continue to capitalize on the long-runs and stay as close to the lead lap as possible."

--- Go Fas Racing ---