Matt DiBenedetto is a professional NASCAR racing driver. DiBenedetto was born on July 27, 1991, in Nevada City, California. In the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, he competed full time and drove Toyota Camry (No. 95) for Leavine Family Racing. However, it was revealed that he will not be joining the Leavine Family Racing for the 2020 season of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. This page examines Matt DiBenedetto’s Net Worth.
|Name:||Matt DiBenedetto Net Worth|
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Matt was raised in Grass Valley, California, by his parents, along with his three siblings. Matt’s father, Tony, participated in SCCA and IMSA in the late 1970s. His father bought him a used kart for competing in mini kart racing, and Matt drove it towards his first win.
At the age of around 8, DiBenedetto earned his little league trophy, which depicted the reflection of his interest in auto racing. Matt DiBenedetto is married to his childhood friend Taylor Carswell.
Matt DiBenedetto raced in a total of 116 NASCAR cup races for No. 32 (Go Fas Racing) over a 4-year cup career. Overall, Matt DiBenedetto has participated in 163 races in 5 years in his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career with 0 wins, 8 top ten, and 0 poles. DiBenedetto’s best cup position was 32nd (2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series). DiBenedetto began NASCAR cup racing with the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series 2015 CampingWorld.com 500 (Phoenix International Raceway).
On September 7 2018, DiBenedetto announced that he would not be joining Go Fas Racing for the 2019 season, and on October 10, 2018, it was revealed that he had signed a two-year contract with Leavine Family Racing. He participated in a race at Consumers Energy 400 (Michigan), where he drove No.95 Toyota Camry for Leavine Family Racing and finished at 20th position with 17 points.
With respect to Busch series races, DiBenedetto competed in 68 over a 6-year period, with 0 wins, 2 top tens, and 0 poles. DiBenedetto’s best Busch series position was 21st (2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series). DiBenedetto began Busch series racing with the 2009 NASCAR Nationwide Series Kroger On Track for the Cure 250 (Memphis Motorsports Park). DiBenedetto’s last Busch race was the 2016 NASCAR Xfinity Series Ford EcoBoost 300 (Homestead-Miami Speedway).
Auto racing has two salary levels. The mega elite drivers pull in millions annually through performance bonuses and sponsorships. Meanwhile, the rest of NASCAR competitors get much less. Development drivers can receive as little as 5 figures.
On the other hand, most mid-tier drivers bring in between $200,000 and $500,000, with a base salary plus either a percent of their prize money or a success bonus.
Matt DiBenedetto’s net worth in 2019 was approximately $2 Million – $5 Million. As of now, Matt DiBenedetto’s net worth in 2020 is estimated to be around $3 Million – $6 Million.