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Tyler Reddick Battles Bad Luck Late at Indy
September 7, 2019 - Tyler Reddick was in action with the NASCAR Xfinity Series on Saturday at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Indianapolis, Indiana) in the Indiana 250.

Tyler started fourth on the grid for the 100-lap affair in his Richard Childress Racing No. 2 Anderson's Maple Syrup Chevrolet. He ran in the Top-10 throughout the event before being collected in an accident with just eight laps remaining. The damage ended his day in the 30th position.

Reddick now sits atop the latest series' standings with a 50-marker advantage.

Runner-Up Finish for Tyler Reddick As He Dances with the "Lady in Black"
1August 31, 2019 - Another week with another podium finish for Tyler Reddick in NASCAR Xfinity Series competition. His latest strong run came on Saturday at Darlington Raceway (Darlington, South Carolina) as he went into battle with the track, known as the "Lady in Black," in the Sport Clips Haircuts VFW 200.

Starting sixth on the grid, Tyler led twice for a race-high 70 circuits before initially crossing the finish line in the third position. However, in post-race inspection, initial race winner, Denny Hamlin was disqualified, which promoted Reddick to a runner-up finish in his Richard Childress Racing No. 2 Chevrolet.

Tyler extended his series' point lead to 51 with his runner-up finish.

Tyler Reddick Registers Podium Finish at Road America
1August 24, 2019 - Tyler Reddick streaked to his 18th Top-5 of 2019 in NASCAR Xfinity Series competition on Saturday afternonoon at Road America (Plymouth, Wisconsin). The performance came behind the wheel of his Richard Childress Racing No. 2 Roland Chevrolet.

Reddick earned the sixth-starting spot or the 45-lap event at the 4-mile oval via his qualifying effort. During the CTECH Manufacturing 180 he raced to a third-place finish.

Tyler continues to lead the latest series' standings with a 45-marker advantage.

Tyler Reddick Races to Fourth Win of 2019 with First Bristol Win
1August 16, 2019 - Tyler Reddick increased his 2019-win tally to four on Friday evening by storming to the NASCAR Xfinity Series victory at Bristol Motor Speedway (Bristol, Tennessee) in his Richard Childress Racing No. 2 Tame the Beast Chevrolet.

The win was far from easy. Reddick started 38th on the grid in the Food City 300. He then overcame a pit road penalty as well as a melee to rally to the lead with just 11 remaining in the 300-lap affiar.

“I don’t know (how we did this),” said the reigning NASCAR Xfinity Series champion, who picked up his fourth victory of the season, his first at Bristol and the seventh of his career. “I thought we made the wrong adjustment on the last (pit) stop, but we had a really fast Chevrolet. We had fresher tires than Justin Allgaier there. We came down pit road and we were just too tight and I thought we were done for.

“I don’t know what happened. Everything just happened at the right spot. I fell back to fourth, and Jones hit the fence and then (Allgaier) had some sort of issue. As you can see, I’m speechless. I couldn’t believe what was happening.”

With the win, Reddick extended his advantage atop the series' standings to 54 points as he pursues his second-straight NASCAR Xfinity Series title.

Tyler Reddick Continues Top-5 Finish Streak at Mid-Ohio
1August 10, 2019 - Another week, another roadcourse and another Top-5 finish for Tyler Reddick in NASCAR Xfinity Series action.

With a fourth-place finish on Saturday afternoon at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Reddick now has recorded five-straight Top-5 finishes as he continues to lead the series standings in his RCR No. 2 Chevrolet.

Reddick sits atop the standings with a 28-marker advantage as he pursues his second-straight NASCAR Xfinity Series title.

Tyler Reddick Continues Consistency With Iowa Top-5 Finish
1July 27, 2019 - Tyler Reddick entered Saturday's NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Iowa Speedway as he looked to maintain his 2019 consistency.

The defending series' champ started 12th on the grid for the U.S. Cellular 250 and went on to race to a fifth-place finish at the one-mile oval in his Richard Childress Racing No. 2 Chevrolet.

Tyler now leads the standings by 46 points.

Tyler Reddick Banks Another Top-5 Finish with New Hampshire Outing
1July 20, 2019 - Tyler Reddick maintained his fast-and-steady hand in NASCAR Xfinity Series competition with another Top-5 finish on Saturday.

After starting 11th on the grid in the Roxor 200 at New Hampshire International Speedway (Loudon, New Hampshire), Reddick raced his way through the pack to register a fourth-place performance in his No. 2 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet Camaro.

Reddick continues to sit atop the standings, and now holds a 56-marker advantage.

Tyler Reddick Continues Momentum With Podium Finish in Alsco 300
1July 12, 2019 - Friday night found Tyler Reddick continuing his recent momentum with the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

After starting eighth on the grid, the pilot of the Alsco 300 No. 2 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet Camaro charged to a podium finish in the Alsco 300 at Kentucky Speedway.

He now leads the latest series' standings by 67 markers as he pursues his second-straight Championship.

Tyler Reddick Sweeps 2019 Daytona Xfinity Pole Awards
1July 5, 2019 - Tyler Reddick blazed to the fastest lap in qualifying at Daytona International Speedway for the NASCAR Xfinity Series' Circle K Firecracker 250.

He achieved the feat aboard his Gimme Country No. 2 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet Camaro. It marked the first time that an RCR team has ever accomplished this feat.

In the 250-lap race Tyler battled adversity throughout the event before crossing the finish line in the 16th position.

"It was one of the craziest nights I’ve been apart of," Reddick said. "We had a crazy-fast Camaro, but just couldn’t catch any breaks once we got to the front."

Tyler Reddick Masters Michigan for Third NASCAR Xfinity Win of 2019
1June 8, 2019 - Tyler Reddick returned to his winning way on Saturday at Michigan International Speedway with the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

He piloted his Richard Childress Racing No. 2 Chevrolet to his third series win of 2019 in the LTI Printing 250. The victory was his first at Michigan and the sixth of his career.

Reddick managed his fuel in the closing laps of the event to get the win.

“I just didn’t want to burn a lot of fuel there,” the driver of the No. 2 RCR Chevrolet said of the closing run. “Our Chevrolet was really good, but I made some mistakes on pit road, and we didn’t get the track position until the end there.

“A great team effort. I didn’t do the thing I needed to do on the race track but, man, that was a great car and we put ourselves in position to win.”

The victory was Reddick’s third in the last five races.

“All the guys at Richard Childress Racing just make an outstanding effort throughout the week,” Reddick said. “Their efforts back at the shop and their hours spent from morning to afternoon every single day is what’s paying off in getting us back to Victory Lane so often this year.” >>READ MORE


Tyler Reddick Scores Alsco 300 Win at Charlotte Motor Speedway
1May 11, 2019 - Tyler Reddick led 110 circuits of the 200-laps on Saturday in the Alsco 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on his way to the NASCAR Xfinity Series victory.

It was his second triumph of 2019 in his Richard Childress Racing No. 2 Tame the Beast Chevrolet.

“Hats off to all of Richard Childress Racing,” Reddick said of the team to which he migrated after winning last year’s series title with JR Motorsports. “We were pretty good going into the two ‘off’ weeks, but we weren’t really happy with where we were, and they worked really hard and worked on a couple things, and we were so good when we came back here to Charlotte.

“I’m just so pumped about the work ethic of everyone at the shop and the guys here with me today, they just worked their tails off. We held off Justin Allgaier, who is really tough to beat. I won at Charlotte — a place I used to hate.” >>READ MORE


Tyler Reddick Races to Top-10 Finish in Second-Career NASCAR Monster Energy Start
May 11, 2019 - Tyler Reddick made his second-career NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series start on Saturday at Kansas Speedway in the Richard Childress Racing No. 31 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1.

Despite having limited experience in the division Tyler enjoyed a fantastic day in the Digital Ally 400. He kept his nose clean throughout the event before crossing the finish line in the ninth position for his first-career, Top-10 finish in the division.


Reddick To Pilot RCR No. 31 in NASCAR Monster Energy Action at Kansas
May 1, 2019 - Tyler Reddick announced on NBC's 'NASCAR America' that he would be making his second NASCAR Cup Series start of the 2019 season at Kansas Speedway in the No. 31 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1.

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Tyler Reddick Tops 'Dega; Claims $100,000 Dash4Cash Bonus
1April 27, 2019 - Saturday at Talladega Superspeedway was a huge day for Tyler Reddick in his Richard Childress Racing No. 2 Roland/ Pinnacle Financial Partners Chevrolet. The California native overcame a pit-road, speeding penalty and damage to the right side of his hot rod to claim the victory in the MoneyLion 300.

The NASCAR Xfinity Series victory not only represented his first win of the year, but he also claimed the $100,000 Dash4Cash Bonus with his performance.

“I tried to take us out of this race so many times, and somehow we got back into the mix and got back to the lead,” said Reddick. “As soon as I missed that wreck when the 00 (Custer) and the 1 (Annett) got caught up, and I somehow missed it, and the 23 (John Hunter Nemechek) did a great job weaving his way out of it, too, I thought, ‘There must be a reason why I wasn’t in that wreck.’ It was just a lot of fun to work my way back to the front.”


Tyler Reddick to Debut Dolly Parton No. 2 Chevrolet at Bristol
1April 3, 2019 - Tyler Reddick’s No. 2 Chevrolet Camaro will be graced by one of the most iconic country singers of all time this weekend, as the No. 2 Dolly Parton Chevrolet Camaro is set to make its debut during Saturday’s Alsco 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Parton’s likeness and her record company, Dolly Records, will be center stage on the No. 2 Chevrolet Camaro’s hood, while the rest of the car prominently features the logos from each of Parton’s Pigeon Forge-area attractions.

“It’s an honor to represent Dolly Parton and her variety of businesses on our No. 2 Chevrolet Camaro this weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway,” said Reddick. >>READ MORE


Hurdl Joins RCR, Tyler Reddick for 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series SeasonMarch 9, 2019 - Richard Childress Racing announced today that Hurdl, an experiential SMS tech company that helps fans connect with their favorite teams, drivers, and brands, joined the team with a multi-race partnership in 2019. Hurdl will make its first appearance in NASCAR as a primary partner on defending Xfinity Series champion Tyler Reddick’s No. 2 Chevrolet Camaro during NASCAR’s West Coast Swing, starting at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday, March 2. >>READ MORE


1December 12, 2018 - When his move to Richard Childress Racing for the 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series season was announced on Halloween, Tyler Reddick was in the midst of the Xfinity Series Playoffs but not the champion.

That hardware came about three weeks later with the 22-year-old‘s impressive run against the wall in the final stage of the Ford EcoBoost 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. The title gave Reddick‘s 2018 organization — JR Motorsports — its third driver championship in the series in five years. >>READ MORE