American race car driver who was named 2007 UARA-STARS Rookie of the Year.
He began racing competitively at the age of 8.
He competed in his first NASCAR Nationwide Series at the 2009 Kroger On Track for the Cure 250 at the Memphis International Speedway.
His father Tony DiBenedetto began his son on baseball but noticed that he had another calling after a few years on the Diamond.
He competed in the 2013 Kentucky 300, which was won by Ryan Blaney.