Paul Menard to Retire, Matt DiBenedetto to replace him (Update)
UPDATE Driver Paul Menard is retiring from full-time driving in NASCAR in '20, but said that the Wisconsin-based home improvement chain founded by his father John will "continue a full-season sponsorship" in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series next year, according to Dave Kallmann of the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL.
The Menards' sponsorship will be split between Matt DiBenedetto's car and the Penske car driven by Ryan Blaney. DiBenedetto is set to "take over the Wood Brothers Racing No. 21 Ford Mustang" in '20. Menards has been a "big backer" of Menard's racing career.
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