Matthew Guido DiBenedetto is a renowned racer in NASCAR. At present, he is competing for the Wood Brothers Racing, cockpit No. 21, Ford Mustang. He replaced Paul Menard, who was racing for thirteen years in the team.
Matt DiBenedetto began his hustling profession in NASCAR through Xfinity Series in 2009.
His maiden race was the 2009 Kroger On Track for the Cure 250 (Memphis). However, his best finish was recorded in 2019 CTECH Manufacturing 180 (Road America).
Apparently, he accomplished his best finish in 2014, ranking 21st. In addition, the racer stood 100th in 2019.
In the tenure of six years, Matt clutched the gear for 69 races. However, he bagged no victories and poles in the period. Nonetheless, he climbed the ladder for two top 10s.
In NASCAR Cup Series, Matt began racing in 2015 and competed for BK Racing for a year (2015-2016). Following this, he jumped ship to Go Fas Racing, where he competed for one year too.
In 2019, he joined the Leavine Family Racing before finally leaping into Wood Brothers Racing in 2020.
Besides ranking 13th in the 2020 season, he also acquired his best finish as 13th.
He accomplished no triumphs and pole position. However, he conquered 22 top 10s in his career history so far.
Matt DiBenedetto has several accolades tucked under his belt in twelve years. However, according to internet sources, he has a net worth of $3 to $6 million as estimated in the 2021 season.
Apart from his racing career, Matt has been active in the field of philanthropy. According to Fox Sports, Matt DiBenedetto has been into charity and funds promoting energetically. He ardently supports the foundation, ‘Hope For The Warriors.’
The foundation helps the wounded and injured service members. It also supports and helps the family of the ones who died in the field of action.
The 29-year-old racer has been not out of sponsors in his tenure so far. Procore, the company is at the lead for contributing and sourcing for the cloud-based applications for constructions.
The Barstool Sports sponsored the Grass Valley, California native for two Cup Races too.
The NASCAR racer earned the 2007 UARA-Stars Rookie of the Year Award. In 2008, he became the youngest driver to triumph at the Bristol Motor Speedway.
In 2009, he bagged two wins, three poles, earned two track records. He further claimed the most laps in the series, having only competed in seven of the 12 series races in the Camping World Series East Series for Joe Gibbs Racing.
In 2010, the racer claimed the ninth and 10th positions for Iowa Speedway and Nashville Speedway.
Then, in 2011, Matt earned the seven top fives and nine top 10s in a total of 12 races at the Bowman Gray Stadium.
In his entire six years of tenure in the NASCAR Cup Series, he grabbed the 13th position in the 2020 season, amidst the pandemic situation. He placed his position for 22 top 10s.
In his six years time period at the NASCAR Xfinity Series, he pulled himself to the 100th rank in 2019. However, he achieved his best finish in 2014 ranking 21st. In addition, he scored two top 10s and witnessed no luck in the arena of trophies.
Matt DiBenedetto, aka DiBurrito, was born to Sandy and Tony DiBenedetto on July 27, 1991.
He grew up with his siblings Austin, Katie, and Kelley in Grass Valley, California.
In 2015, Matt tied the knot with his childhood friend, Taylor Carswell. She later took his last name after getting married.
|Net Worth||$3-$6 million|