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Matt DiBenedetto dropped by Rackley-W.A.R.

Rackley W.A.R. has decided to change the driver of its No. 25 Chevrolet for the final three NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series races.

This move comes before Talladega, where Matt DiBenedetto and Rackley W.A.R won last year.

This year, DiBenedetto secured the organization’s first playoff berth. Shortly after finishing 10th at IRP and 27th at The Milwaukee Mile to start the first round, DiBenedetto said he would not return to the No. 25 in 2024.

After that, the team finished third at Kansas but were eliminated from the playoffs.

Still, they rebounded to a 10th-place finish Thursday at Bristol.

No word on who will replace DiBenedetto. There is no indication on where DiBenedetto will race, either.

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  1. What a shame. A Cup-caliber driver without any seat. While, talentless drivers like Harrison B or B.Wallace have good seats.

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