DiBenedetto to Join Go FAS Racing in 2017

Go FAS Racing announced today that Matt DiBenedetto will drive the No. 32 Ford Fusion in all 36 NASCAR Premier Series events during the 2017 season.

DiBenedetto comes to the team after spending the last two seasons behind the wheel of BK Racing’s No.83 Toyota. In 68 career starts at NASCAR’s top level, he has a careerbest finish of sixth coming at Bristol Motor Speedway this past April.

“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.

2017 will be the first year since the team’s inception in 2014 that they will only have to focus on one driver for all 36 races instead of having multiple drivers behind the wheel.

“Mason and I couldn’t be happier to have Matt joining us here at GFR. This will be our first season in the Premier Series with one driver running the complete season for us. We believe Matt’s driving ability and a fleet of newer race equipment purchased this off season will elevate our program to new levels in 2017,” said Team Owner Archie St.Hilaire.

Can-Am/Kappa, Keen Parts, Visone RV, Really Cheap Floors and more familiar faces will yet again don the No. 32 Go Fas Racing Ford. GFR also is pleased to announce there will be new additions to its 2017 sponsorship lineup that will be released at a later date.



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By Justin Tucker

Been following Motorsports for over 30 years. NASCAR, Indy Car, F1. Earliest racing memory was Richard Petty's 200th Cup Series win. Currently resides in Ridgeway, Missouri. Favorite things to do outside of Racing is watching and cheering on the Kansas City Royals, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Kansas City Chiefs.