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Ty Dillon. (Toyota Racing photo)

TMT Racing Rebrands, Enters Coca-Cola 600

NEW YORK — The Money Team Racing has rebranded to Team AmeriVet as it will compete in the NASCAR Cup Series’ longest race, the Coca-Cola 600, at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway this weekend. 

The team, supported by AmeriVet Securities, a leading service-disabled veteran-owned broker-dealer, will be fielding the No. 50 Chevrolet driven by Cup Series veteran Ty Dillon.

“We are incredibly excited to be back in the NASCAR Cup Series and could not have asked for a better event than the Coca-Cola 600 to mark our team’s rebrand,” said Co-Owner Rebecca Auchmoody. “Ty Dillon’s experience and our team’s dedication set the stage for a promising start. We’re here to compete and to make our mark.”

Dillon has 240 Cup Series starts under his belt, including two this year with Kaulig Racing. He finished 16th at Texas Motor Speedway in April. 

“I’m looking forward to making another start in the Cup Series,” said Dillon. “The Coke 600 is always a special weekend and I look forward to making the most of this opportunity and hopefully growing this program for the future.”

Michael Naidrich, Co-CEO of AmeriVet Securities, expressed his enthusiasm for the company’s involvement in NASCAR with Team AmeriVet and Dillon.

“The excitement and privilege of being part of building something special within the sport.” Naidrich said. “This partnership aligns with AmeriVet’s commitment to supporting veterans and bringing a unique energy to their endeavors in NASCAR.”

Formerly TMT Racing, the team has contested six races since 2022. Their best result came at Charlotte in 2022 with Kaz Grala, who finished 23rd in the Coke 600.