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As expected, Christopher Bell will move up to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in 2020 behind the wheel of the No. 95 Leavine Family Racing Toyota.
Matt DiBenedetto was caught off-guard by the response to his runner-up finish last weekend at Bristol but he hopes it’s not the highlight of the 2019 season.
Matt DiBenedetto came just one position shy of a fairytale win at Bristol, losing out after a late-race battle with Denny Hamlin
Matt DiBenedetto led the way in final practice at Bristol Motor Speedway in the Leavine Family Racing Toyota Camry.
Matt DiBenedetto continues to show promise behind the wheel of the No. 95 Leavine Family Racing Toyota Camry with a sixth-place finish at Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International.
Matt DiBenedetto was all smiles after scoring his second top-five finish Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway with Leavine Family Racing.
The Grass Valley, California native scores career-best NASCAR Cup Series finish at Sonoma Raceway in his home state coming home fourth in Toyota/Save Mart 350.
eNASCAR Heat Pro League Leavine Family Racing driver Josh Harbin, known as ‘ThAbEar,’ will lead 28 drivers into Charlotte Motor Speedway for the first race of the season.
Ahead of the season-opening race to be held Memorial Day weekend, Motorsport.com will feature drivers from each team that were drafted earlier this year.
Matt DiBenedetto enjoyed best finish to date with Leavine Family Racing at Bristol Motor Speedway but feels it could have been better.
Leavine Family Racing will feature the eNASCAR Heat Pro League and the team’s two draft picks on its No. 95 Toyota Camry this weekend at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway.
An awe-inspiring outing by Matt DiBenedetto in the Daytona 500 turned from exciting to heartbreaking in just a single lap.
Mike Wheeler, the crew chief who led Denny Hamlin to the 2016 Daytona 500 victory, has joined Leavine Family Racing for the 2019 season.
Matt DiBenedetto will compete in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series next season with Leavine Family Racing.
Kasey Kahne will sit out the next three Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races as he continues to deal with issues around heat exhaustion.
Kasey Kahne said he’s been dealing with heat exhaustion issues at the end of the NASCAR races since last season but last weekend’s race at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway “was the worst that it’s been.”
Kasey Kahne will not have the opportunity to defend his 2017 Brickyard 400 victory this weekend.
Kasey Kahne will retire from full-time NASCAR competition at the end of the year, having turned down an option to continue racing with Cup series outfit Leavine Racing in 2019.
Kasey Kahne leads laps, comes home fourth at Daytona International Speedway for his first top-five finish with Leavine Family Racing.
Kasey Kahne says he was not behind the recent change of his crew chief in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
Kasey Kahne’s new crew chief, Jon Leonard, is ready to “compete with the big boys” and it starts this weekend.
After a missing last year's Chili Bowl Nationals, Kasey Kahne is thrilled to be heading to Tulsa again.