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TRICON Garage Signs Brett Moffitt to Multi-Race Truck Series Deal

Brett Moffitt 2024 NASCAR Truck Series TRICON Garage 1 truck Kansas Speedway

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2018 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series champion Brett Moffitt is set to return to the series part-time in 2024, joining forces with race-winning organization TRICON Garage to pilot the No. 1 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro.

A 13-time winner in the series, Moffitt will make his TRICON debut in next weekend’s Heart of America 200 at Kansas Speedway. Concrete Supply, Destiny Holmes, JMT Trucking, and Aspen Aire will all support the 31-year-old’s effort.

The May 4 event at Kansas Speedway will mark the first NASCAR National Series event of any kind for Moffitt in 2024.

“I’ve been eager to get back behind the wheel and I’ve been looking for the right team that can consistently compete for wins. TRICON has shown a lot of speed this year and I’m looking forward to getting in the No. 1 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro at Kansas Speedway in a couple of weeks,” said Moffitt. “Thanks to Toyota, TRICON, Concrete Supply, Destiny Homes and all of our partners for giving me the opportunity to get back on track and chase trophies.”

Last season, the Grimes, Iowa native served as the founding driver for AM Racing in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, bringing the No. 25 Ford Mustang home 15th place in final point standings on the strength of a single top-five finish and nine results inside the top-10.

Moffitt also ran a one-off in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series in 2023, piloting a second entry for Front Row Motorsports at Talladega Superspeedway, where he took the No. 34 Ford F-150 to Victory Lane at the 2.66-mile superspeedway.

The NASCAR Truck Series veteran joins a unique driver lineup for the fifth TRICON Garage entry this season, one that includes Toni Breidinger, Colby Howard, Christopher Bell, Jack Hawksworth, Kris Wright, William Sawalich, and Brenden Queen.

Additional starts for Moffitt in the No. 1 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro beyond Kansas have yet to be announced.

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