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Team AmeriVet Fielding No. 50 Chevrolet for Ty Dillon in Coca-Cola 600

Entering this weekend’s Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, there is one NASCAR Cup Series organization that will be undergoing a significant facelift.

From the ashes of TMT Racing, an organization that has competed part-time at NASCAR’s top level since 2022, comes Team AmeriVet, whose brand-new identity will hit the racetrack for the first time on Memorial Day Weekend.

The organization’s ownership group includes retired U.S. Marine Corps Veteran Mercedes Elias, first-grade school teacher Rebecca Auchmoody, co-CEO of AmeriVet Securities Michael Naidrich, and former TMT Racing co-owner Willy Auchmoody.

Supported by AmeriVet Securities, a leading service-disabled veteran-owned broker-dealer, the newly-rebranded organization is set to continue using the No. 50 on its Chevrolet Camaro during its part-time effort, with NASCAR Truck Series regular Ty Dillon behind the wheel.

“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 Rebecca Auchmoody, co-owner of Team AmeriVet. “Ty Dillon’s experience and our team’s dedication set the stage for a promising start. We’re here to compete and make our mark.”

After spending six years as a full-time driver in the NASCAR Cup Series, for a variety of different teams, the younger of the Dillon brothers dropped to the NASCAR Truck Series, where he now pilots the No. 25 Chevrolet Silverado for Rackley WAR.

The younger of the Dillon brothers is likely a great choice for developing a NASCAR Cup Series program, given his wealth of experience across different levels of equipment. In 240 starts at NASCAR’s top level, the Lewisville, North Carolina native has two top-five and seven top-10 finishes.

“I’m looking forward to making another start in the Cup Series,” said Dillon. “The [Coca-Cola 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, the co-CEO of AmeriVet Securities, expressed his enthusiasm for the company’s involvement with NASCAR and Team AmeriVet with driver Ty Dillon, emphasizing “the excitement and privilege of being part of building something special within the sport.”

This weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Team AmeriVet will be hosting two Gold Star Families as part of NASCAR’s 600 Miles of Remembrance, honoring LTC Michael J. McMahon and MAJ Frank Galligan, Jr.

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