GarageCam replay: Marathon weekend
Matthew Dillner tours the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series garage at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the Coca-Cola 600 in GarageCam, presented by Mobil 1.
Ellis makes hard contact with wall
Ryan Ellis receives heavy damage after making contact with the outside wall at Dover International Speedway.
Ryan Blaney, Jeff Gordon and Kim Coon debate one-piece swim suits vs. bikinis
In this excerpt from the Glass Case Of Emotion Podcast, Jeff Gordon joins Ryan Blaney and Kim Coon to talk their preferred styles of swimwear. Catch new episodes of the Glass Case Of Emotion Podcast every Wednesday at NASCAR.com/podcast
Ellis upset after wreck with Crum
Ryan Ellis shows his displeasure with Jake Crum after an incident at Charlotte Motor Speedway in the North Carolina Education Lottery 200.
GarageCam replay: Cooking it up at Talladega
Take a trip through the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series garage at Talladega Superspeedway and hear from Trevor Bayne, Matt DiBenedetto and Jeffrey Earnhardt.
Blaney, Johnson humbled to pay tribute to fallen military
Ryan Blaney and Jimmie Johnson discuss what it means to carry the name of a fallen military member on their cars for the Coca-Cola 600.
Ryan Blaney gets turned into the wall
Ricky Stenhouse Jr gets into the back of Ryan Blaney and Blaney wrecks out at Talladega.
Ryan Blaney impressed with No. 21 team's improvements
Fresh off winning his first career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series pole at Kansas Speedway, Ryan Blaney applauds the Wood Brothers team's progress from last year.
What it's like to be mom to NASCAR's Ryan Blaney
Ryan Blaney's mom Lisa reveals some of her early teaching moments before he became one of NASCAR's rising stars.
BK Racing shuffle: Ragan, DiBenedetto won't return
BK Racing will have a significant overhaul to its driver lineup for 2017 with announcements on consecutive days that primary drivers David Ragan and Matt DiBenedetto would not return to the team next season. DiBenedetto, touting the promise of an exciting announcement in the future, announced Thursday night on Twitter that he would not return to the Charlotte-based team. Ragan's departure was the next bit of news, with the Ron Devine-owned organization confirming that transition Friday afternoon. I've decided to go in a different direction next year. Exciting announcements coming soon. It's been a great ride @BKRacing_2383 Thank you! — Matthew DiBenedetto (@mattdracing) December 8, 2016 In two years with the organization, DiBenedetto logged 68 starts with one top-10 finish. That finish, in April 2016 at Bristol, was a sixth-place result -- he finished one spot ahead of 2014 champion Kevin Harvick -- and resulted in an emotional, memorable on-air interview. "I can only say so much at this time," DiBenedetto said Thursday night on SiriusXM Radio. "I've been in talks with BK, and no hard feelings. I'm appreciative of everything they've given me. … Just kind of evaluating the team situation for next year. From my end there's a little too much unknown, so I just had to make that decision. I'm excited about what the future has to hold here still, and obviously everyone will have to stay tuned." Devine confirmed DiBenedetto's parting through a statement released later Thursday evening. "Our 33rd- and 34th-place finishes this year did not produce the results we were hoping to achieve," Devine said. "I am, however, very proud of Matt DiBenedetto and his many accomplishments over the past two years. He is a wonderful driver and a special person. I am confident that Matt will go on to be a very successful NASCAR driver, and I believe it is the right time to release him so that he can pursue other opportunities. "Myself and everyone at BK Racing wishes Matt all the best in his future endeavors. I am looking forward to much success for both Matt and BK Racing ." Devine struck a similar tone in his statement on Ragan's release, hinting at measures to better its results next season. " BK Racing has agreed not to renew David Ragan 's contract for next year," Devine said. "Everyone wishes David the best of luck in his career. BK Racing will continue to restructure as an ongoing effort to improve our on-track performance ... and we will be announcing our 2017 driver lineup in the near future." DiBenedetto and Ragan were the primary drivers for BK Racing in 2016, but the organization also fielded Toyotas in spot duty for Jeffrey Earnhardt , Ryan Ellis , Dylan Lupton , Robert Richardson Jr., and Michael Waltrip. The team has been full time in NASCAR's premier series since 2012, when it debuted as a two-car outfit with drivers Landon Cassill and Travis Kvapil . Ragan, 31, has two victories in NASCAR's top division since he began full-time competition in 2007. He won at Daytona International Speedway driving for Roush Fenway Racing in July 2011 and handed Front Row Motorsports its first victory at Talladega Superspeedway in May 2013. Ragan finished 33rd in the final standings in his only season for BK Racing . His most recent top-10 finish was in March 2015 in a fill-in role for the injured Kyle Busch in Joe Gibbs Racing 's No. 18 Toyota. DiBenedetto missed one race in 2016, at Texas Motor Speedway in November, after not being medically cleared following a wreck in the NASCAR XFINITY Series the day prior. He was cleared from concussion protocol in time for the next race. DiBenedetto, 25, also has 68 career starts in the XFINITY Series. &amp;amp;amp;lt;/p&amp;amp;amp;gt;
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