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Randy Cox debuts as new Go Fas Racing crew chief as NASCAR heads west

Driver: Matt DiBenedetto
Sponsor: Can-Am

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There will be a new voice in the  ear for Matt DiBenedetto as he pulls onto the racetrack for the Pennzoil 400 this weekend. Randy Cox has taken over Crew Chief duties for the No.32 team and will make his debut for the team this weekend in Las Vegas. DiBenedetto, who has worked with former Crew Chief Gene Nead for nearly every race of his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career, will have his first new Crew Chief since 2015, a big change for the 26 year-old.
While new to the team, Randy Cox is a familiar face to many around the NASCAR garage area, and he has worked with many Go Fas employees at other operations before. Most recently at BK Racing, Randy has been a Crew Chief at the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup level on and off since 2007.
Las Vegas is the first of three consecutive west-coast stops for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. For the first time ever, the series will be heading back to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for a second date on September 16th. Because of that, finding speed around the 1.5-mile Las Vegas Motor Speedway has never been as important as it is this weekend. Teams will look to use this race to create many of the notes that they will look upon later as the season starts to come to a close.

Last Week for the No.32 Team:

Atlanta Motor Speedway was the site of the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 last weekend. Matt DiBenedetto and the No.32 Can-Am / Wholey's team qualified 30th on Friday afternoon, a respectable time beating all of the comparable smaller teams.
Weather delayed the start of the race a few hours, but NASCAR was able to drop the green flag just after 3:30pm. DiBenedetto ran around the 30th position for most of the race, fighting a tight racecar. The team made several adjustments during the race to help gain front-end grip for DiBenedetto, but long green flag runs kept the No.32 team from advancing up the field, and the team settled for a hard-fought 31st place finish.

However, DiBenedetto recognizes that the 1.54 mile oval in Hampton, GA is a very different racetrack than the 1.5 mile Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

DiBenedetto on Las Vegas Motor Speedway:

"Las Vegas is one of the bumpiest racetracks we go to. You really end up setting up the car to handle well over the bumps in turns one and two. While it isn't one of my favorite racetracks to drive, the environment around Las Vegas Motor Speedway is always great. Fans pack the stands for the race and the infield area is always pretty crazy too. I'm glad we'll be going back there for a second date and rewarding all of the great fans from that area. Hopefully we can give them a great showing this weekend with our No.32 Can-Am / Wholey's Ford.
Chassis Info: Crew Chief Randy Cox will be bringing chassis GFR-889 to serve as the primary car this weekend.
Matt DiBenedetto Career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Stats at Las Vegas Motor Speedway:
Starts: 2
Average Start: 32.5
Average Finish: 28.5
Best Finish: 26th (2017)
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