Driver appearances & Show Car Vehicles


When an authentic 725 horsepower 200 mph race car fires up at your next event with a Nascar Pinty’s Series or Nascar Sprint Cup Series driver, watch your fans gather!

Draw attention and traffic to your next event with an authentic race car from Go Fas Racing. Our Show Vehicles Team delivers the excitement of motorsports directly to your venue. Fans know what is real. Unlike many other organizations, each one of our show vehicles is a genuine Go Ras Racing car, hand-built and raced by the Go Fas Racing team. These cars have track time at the nation's most famous speedways.


Have a Go Fas Racing driver be present throughout your event, answering questions, interacting with your crowd while distributing hero cards (8 x 10 postcards with your driver/car on front, profile and sponsor information on back). We can also customize your event with authentic Go Fas Racing merchandise specific to your activity. The Show Vehicles Team pays close attention to every detail.


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Getting his start on dirt tracks in California, Matt DiBenedetto moved with his family to Hickory, NC, the heart of NASCAR country to pursue his dream hoping to someday drive in the Sprint Cup Series.


In 2008, a simple piece of paper, dreams of NASCAR success were becoming a reality with Joe Gibbs Racing. JGR secured a spot for Matt in the Camping World East Series, where Matt thrived while locking down two victories, three pole positions, and five Top 10 finishes. Just after he turned 18, excited by his prospects, the organization give Matt a shot in NASCAR’s Nationwide Series. Making his first appearance, Matt raised eyebrows by qualifying in the Top 5 and finishing 14th. Immediately, it was clear that Matt could hold his own in the pack and earned that year two Top 10 finishes.


Sometimes the road is long, but in the end, hard work makes it even more worth it in the end. While Matt faced hardest time, other teams took notice. At the 2015 Coke Zero 400, Matt would check off another milestone by leading his first lap in the Sprint Cup Series.


2016 started with a Top 10 at the Can-Am Duals, even though Matt had never even been to the Daytona 500 until he raced at this event. From then on out, Matt consistently started races and finished them stronger and stronger. That year would also mark Bristol as Matt’s favorite track in the Sprint Cup Series circuit. Starting 30th, Matt’s car progressively improved throughout the race. Bristol, more than other tracks, tests a driver’s skill and endurance, and as the race wore on, Matt moved up the leaderboard. Veteran Crew Chief Gene Nead made an adjustment that turned a good car into a great one. Matt steadily climbed the ranks. When the race was done, Matt finished 6th, the highest finish in the Sprint Cup Series for himself. After the race, Matt celebrated the finish as a win for the team, and it introduced him to a wave of new fans.


That momentum has carried Mat onward as he settles into NASCAR’s premier series and reaches for new heights. While only 25, he’s earned respect from other drivers such as Dale Earnhardt Jr. who called him, “One of the most underrated drivers in the series.”


After two decades of racing, there’s another green flag-waving for the kid from California, going into the 2017 season in NASCAR’s premier series. Pursuing another opportunity with Go FAS Racing, Matt DiBenedetto will field the No. 32 Can-Am Ford Fusion.




3 Wins in NASCAR K&N Pro Series East

2 Top 10 NASCAR Xfinity Series



Alex Labbé (born in 1993 in Saint-Albert, Quebec) is a professional Canadian racing driver. He competes in the Quebec's ACT Series, in the PASS North Series and in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series.


Rookie of the year and champion of the Quebec's Super Truck Series in 2009, Rookie of the year in the Quebec's ACT Series in 2010 and vice-champion in 2013. He won three races in the Quebec's ACT Series and two in the US-based ACT Tour. Labbé finished sixth in his first start in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series at Circuit ICAR in 2012.In 2014, he became the youngest champion of the Quebec's ACT Series at 21. He also picked his first two wins in PASS North Series.



1 NASCAR Pinty’s win at Chaudière, 2016

6 poles in NASCAR Canadian Series, 2014-2016

Youngest ACT series Champion at the age of 21 years old, 2014







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