Ty Dillon and the No. 95 Death Wish Coffee Chevrolet team at Dover International Speedway

Ty Dillon and the No. 95 Death Wish Coffee Chevrolet team at Dover International Speedway … Ty Dillon will be making his first Sprint Cup Series start at the Monster Mile this weekend. However, Dillon is no stranger to Dover International Speedway; he has made seven NASCAR XFINITY Series starts and two NASCAR Camping World Truck Series starts. His best finish came earlier this year when he drove the No. 3 Rheem Chevrolet Camaro to a fifth-place finish in the XFINITY Series.

About Death Wish Coffee … Death Wish Coffee Company, home of “The World’s Strongest Coffee,” opened its doors in 2012. Death Wish is a mixture of Arabica and Robusta beans artfully blended to provide a high caffeine content with a smooth and dark flavor. The blend was born in the basement of owner, Mike Brown’s, coffee shop Saratoga Coffee Traders in Saratoga Springs, New York. Death Wish Coffee is the No. 1 best-selling coffee on Amazon.com and the top influential coffee brand online according to Market Watch. Death Wish Coffee is sold in over 300 grocery stores in the Northeast and is expanding distribution rapidly domestically and internationally.

Dillon in the Sprint Cup Series … Dillon is scheduled to make his 17th Sprint Cup Series start this weekend in the No. 95 Death Wish Coffee Chevrolet SS for Circle Sport-Leavine Family Racing and his 10th of the 2016 season. Dillon has seen time as a back-up driver for Stewart-Haas Racing and Tommy Baldwin Racing, as well as a part-time driver for CSLFR. His best finish came earlier this season in the No. 14 Bass Pro Shops/TRACKER Boats Chevrolet SS when he was a relief driver for Tony Stewart, crossing the finish line sixth at Talladega Superspeedway.

You’ve raced for three different teams this season. What have you learned?
“What a great experience it has been for me this year. My main goal was to just log laps and learn as much as I could about these Cup cars. Experience is everything at this level because you are competing against guys that have been doing it for over 10 years. I think the biggest thing for me has been working with different teams and crew chiefs and understanding how they go about a race weekend. I understand how difficult it is to be successful in this series – you have to work at it. I can’t thank Circle Sport/Leavine Family Racing, Stewart-Haas Racing and Tommy Baldwin Racing enough for the opportunities. If anything, I’ve learned that I can compete at this level and I hope to do so in the near future.”