NASCAR Driver Disqualified After Xfinity Sequence Race at New Hampshire

In a dramatic flip of occasions on the New Hampshire Motor Speedway, NASCAR veteran Matt DiBenedetto confronted disqualification following Saturday’s Xfinity Sequence race. The inspection revealed three free lug nuts on the suitable rear tire of DiBenedetto’s No. 38 automotive, ensuing within the workforce’s relegation to a Thirty eighth-place end. This penalty mirrors the one Corey Heim obtained after the Truck Sequence race at Charlotte on Could 24.

Regardless of being ineligible for the Xfinity Sequence championship on account of not beginning all of the races, the disqualification has impacted the No. 38 workforce’s standings. Initially poised to be thirtieth within the proprietor standings, the workforce has now dropped to thirty third.

DiBenedetto stays dedicated to the Xfinity Sequence season, persevering with to drive the No. 38 automotive for Viking Motorsports. Over the course of 11 races, he has achieved two top-10 finishes and maintains a mean end of twenty-two.5, having accomplished all of the races on monitor.

Wanting forward, DiBenedetto goals to rebound from this setback subsequent Saturday on the Nashville Superspeedway, the forthcoming venue on the Xfinity Sequence calendar. Reflecting on his previous performances at Nashville, DiBenedetto has a promising report. In 2010, he secured a tenth place end within the Xfinity Sequence driving the No. 20 automotive for Joe Gibbs Racing. Moreover, his expertise at Nashville features a twenty fourth place end within the Cup Sequence in 2021 and two Truck Sequence begins the place he completed thirty first and seventh, respectively.

Followers and workforce members are hopeful that DiBenedetto will leverage his expertise and dedication to safe a powerful end at Nashville, setting the stage for a resilient comeback within the the rest of the Xfinity Sequence season.

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