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1November 10, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 BurgerFi Chevrolet Camaro, clinched a position in the Championship 4 for the NASCAR Xfinity Series Playoffs following a sixth-place effort in Saturday afternoon’s event at ISM Raceway. Reddick, who has now finished in the top 10 in six of the last seven races, enters next weekend’s winner-take-all season-finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway as one of just four drivers with an opportunity to win the NXS championship, joining Christopher Bell, Daniel Hemric and Cole Custer. Under the current playoff format, the highest finishing driver among Reddick, Bell, Hemric, and Custer at Homestead will earn the championship. >>READ MORE

1November 3, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 BurgerFi Chevrolet Camaro, moved into the second-seed in the NASCAR Xfinity Series Playoffs after earning a second-place finish in Saturday afternoon’s event at Texas Motor Speedway. Reddick, who was battling for the race lead on the final lap, ranks as the top-seed among drivers still needing to qualifying for the Championship 4, 20 points ahead of the cutline with one race remaining in the Round of 8. Following the NXS race at ISM Raceway next weekend, the bottom four drivers will be eliminated from the playoffs. >>READ MORE

1October 20, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 BurgerFi Chevrolet Camaro, earned his fifth top-five finish of 2018 in Saturday afternoon’s NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Kansas Speedway after overcoming slight damage while avoiding a multi-car incident to earn a fifth-place finish. The result improves the JR Motorsports driver to the third-seed in the NXS Playoffs, 11 points above the cutline with two races remaining in the Round of 8. Following the NXS race at ISM Raceway on Nov. 10, the bottom four drivers will be eliminated from the playoffs. >>READ MORE

1October 6, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 BurgerFi Chevrolet Camaro, successfully advanced to the Round of 8 in the NASCAR Xfinity Series Playoffs following a 14th-place finish in Saturday afternoon’s Bar Harbor 200 elimination race at Dover International Speedway. With the result, Reddick heads into the opening race in the second round of the playoffs as the sixth seed, just one point behind the fourth and final cutoff position with three races remaining in the Round of 8. >>READ MORE

1September 29, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 BurgerFi Chevrolet, ran inside the top 10 throughout much of Saturday afternoon’s NASCAR Xfinity Series event at the Roval at Charlotte Motor Speedway, earning extremely valuable stage points at the end of both Stage One and Two before ultimately taking the checkered flag in the ninth position. The result is Reddick’s 15th top-10 finish of 2018 and moves the JR Motorsports driver to the third seed in the NXS Playoffs, 21 points above the cutline with one race remaining before the playoff field is cut to eight following next weekend’s event at Dover International Speedway. >>READ MORE

1September 21, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 Nationwide Children’s Hospital Chevrolet, earned a seventh-place finish in Friday evening’s opening race of the Round of 12 for the NASCAR Xfinity Series Playoffs at Richmond Raceway. The result is Reddick’s third top-seven finish in the last four races and improves the JRM driver to 11 points above the cut line with two races remaining before the playoff field is cut to eight following the NXS event at Dover International Speedway on Oct. 6.

Reddick lined up for the 250-lap event from the 14th position after advancing to the second round of knockout qualifying on Friday afternoon. From the drop of the green flag, the driver of the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Chevrolet methodically worked his way forward, joining the top 10 for the first time on lap 12. Reddick’s march toward the front didn’t stop there, as the 22-year-old driver took advantage of the caution-free opening stage to race up to the eighth position when the green-and-white checkered flag was displayed on lap 75, earning three valuable stage points. >>READ MORE

1September 15, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 Nationwide Children’s Hospital Chevrolet, was battling for position inside the top five following a lap 187 restart in Saturday afternoon’s NASCAR Xfinity Series regular season finale at Las Vegas Motor Speedway until contact with another competitor sent Reddick into the outside retaining wall. The resulting damage forced the JR Motorsports driver to head to the garage, ending Reddick’s afternoon just shy of the finish and ultimately leading to a 28th-place result. However, with the regular season now concluded, Reddick will enter the opening race of the NXS playoffs next weekend at Richmond Raceway as the fifth seed, just 29 points behind championship leader and JRM teammate, Justin Allgaier. >>READ MORE

1September 10, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 Nationwide Children’s Hospital Chevrolet, overcame a weekend marred by Mother Nature to earn a second-place finish in Monday morning’s rain-postponed NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The result is Reddick’s second-consecutive top-three finish and 14th top 10 finish of 2018. The JR Motorsports driver remains third in the NXS playoff seeding by way of his victory in the season-opening event at Daytona International Speedway with one race to go in the regular season. >>READ MORE

1September 1, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 Old Milwaukee Throwback Chevrolet Camaro, ran inside the top five throughout Saturday afternoon’s NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Darlington Raceway, earning valuable stage points in both Stage One and Two before taking the checkered flag in the third position. The result is Reddick’s second top-three finish of 2018 and keeps the JR Motorsports driver third in the playoff seeding via his season-opening victory at Daytona International Speedway with two races remaining in the NXS regular season. >>READ MORE

1August 25, 2018 - Plagued by brake issues for the better part of the day, Tyler Reddick and the No. 9 JR Motorsports team were relegated to a 34th-place finish in Saturday’s Johnsonville 180 at Road America. It was an uncharacteristic finish for the team but Reddick still finds himself locked squarely into the NASCAR Xfinity Series Playoffs.

Reddick rolled off in 29th in only the third road-course race of his NXS career. By the race’s third lap, while running 27th, he was already detecting a brake issue and promptly radioed crew chief Dave Elenz to inform the team. In an effort to fix the issue, Elenz called Reddick to pit road to bleed the brakes under the race’s first caution. To compound matters, a pair of penalties were levied on the team and Reddick rounded out Stage One in 35th. >>READ MORE

1August 17, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 Food City MidAmerica Jet Chevrolet Camaro, earned valuable stage points at the completion of both Stage One and Stage Two and survived a chaotic green-white-checkered restart to earn a ninth-place finish in Friday evening’s NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Bristol Motor Speedway. With the result, Reddick remains third in the playoff seeding via his season-opening victory at Daytona International Speedway with four races remaining in the NXS regular season. >>READ MORE

1August 11, 2018 - As the laps wound down in Saturday’s Rock N Roll Tequila 170 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car course, Tyler Reddick had a ton of momentum and was looking at a top-five finish. A lap-60 skirmish in front of him saw the 22-year-old California native advance to fifth, but it came with a price.

As he swerved to miss the spinning Justin Allgaier, Reddick was clouted from behind by the car of Matt Tifft. The contact ahead put him in the top five, but the resulting damage popped the right rear tire on his Nationwide Children’s Hospital Chevrolet. To make matters worse, he spun out entering Turn 4 and high-sided his Chevrolet on the curbing. After getting a push to the pits, Reddick’s day was finished. >>READ MORE

1August 4, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 Nationwide Children’s Hospital Chevrolet Camaro, overcame a wide variety of weather conditions and two pit road penalties to earn an 11th-place finish in Saturday afternoon’s NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Watkins Glen International. With the result, Reddick remains third in the playoff seeding by way of his victory at Daytona International Speedway in the season opening event with six races remaining in the NXS regular season. >>READ MORE

1July 28, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 Takl Chevrolet Camaro, was battling for a top-five position in Saturday evening’s NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Iowa Speedway before contact with another competitor just shy of lap 20 flattened the left-rear tire and damaged the fender. The JR Motorsports driver was forced to make several trips to pit road as a result of the damage to make repairs, ultimately costing the team laps to the race leaders. Reddick, however, persevered through the adversity and utilized a never-give-up attitude to improve 14 positions over the remainder of the race to record a 22nd-place finish. >>READ MORE

1July 21, 2018 - Tyler Reddick’s chance at victory in Saturday’s Lakes Region 200 took a big hit just 35 laps into the NASCAR Xfinity Series event at New Hampshire Motor Speedway when the right rear tire on his No. 9 Takl Chevrolet Camaro went down, causing the young California driver to hit the wall. The damage was enough to derail any shot he had at a solid finish, and he finished the event in 25th spot, four laps down. >>READ MORE

1July 13, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 BurgerFi Chevrolet Camaro, ran inside the top 10 throughout Friday evening’s NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Kentucky Speedway, ultimately earning a sixth-place finish. The result is Reddick’s 11th top-10 finish of the season and keeps the JR Motorsports driver sixth in the championship standings.

Reddick began the 200-lap event from the eighth position after advancing to the final round of knockout qualifying on Friday afternoon. From the drop of the green flag, the driver of the BurgerFi Chevrolet reported to crew chief Dave Elenz that he was battling at tight-handling condition rolling through the corner. Although not handling to his liking, Reddick maintained his top-10 track position throughout the caution-free opening stage, ultimately taking the green-and-white checkered flag to end Stage One on lap 45 in the seventh position and earning four valuable stage points. >>READ MORE

1July 6, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 Takl Chevrolet Camaro, was battling inside the top 10 following a lap 77 restart in Friday night’s NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Daytona International Speedway when contact between two cars in front of him triggered a multi-car incident that severely damaged the JR Motorsports Chevrolet. The incident ended Reddick’s evening 23 laps shy of the finish. Prior to the incident, Reddick had earned valuable stage points following a fifth-place result at the end of Stage Two. >>READ MORE

1June 30, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 Takl Chevrolet Camaro, took home the green-and-white checkered flag at the completion of Stage One and ran inside the top 10 for much of Saturday afternoon’s NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Chicagoland Speedway before being collected in a multi-car incident on lap 98 that ultimately ended the JR Motorsports driver’s day prematurely. Reddick, who did earn a coveted playoff point following the Stage One victory, was patiently working his way back through the field following a pit road penalty prior to the incident. >>READ MORE

1June 17, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 BurgerFi Chevrolet Camaro, scored an eighth-place finish in Sunday afternoon’s NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Iowa Speedway. The result is Reddick’s 10th top-10 finish of 2018, keeping the JR Motorsports driver tied for third among all series drivers in top-10 finishes this season.

Reddick took the green flag for the 250-lap event from the seventh position after advancing to the final round of knockout qualifying on Sunday morning. The driver of the BurgerFi Chevrolet wasted little time moving forward, driving into the top five for the first time on lap 12. However, as Stage One progressed, Reddick reported to crew chief Dave Elenz that he needed more rear security rolling through the corner. This handling condition shuffled the JRM driver back two positions in the closing laps of the opening stage, scoring Reddick in the seventh position when the green-and-white checkered flag waved on lap 60. The result earned Reddick four valuable stage points. >>READ MORE

June 9, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 Nationwide Children’s Hospital Chevrolet Camaro, earned a seventh-place finish in Saturday afternoon’s rain-shortened NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Michigan International Speedway. The result is Reddick’s ninth top-10 finish of the season and keeps the JR Motorsports driver fourth in the championship standings. 

Reddick took the green flag for the originally scheduled 125-lap event from the sixth position after heavy rain on Saturday morning forced NASCAR to cancel qualifying, setting the field by owner points per the rulebook. After initially getting forced three-wide and falling back to 10th on the opening lap of the race, Reddick took advantage of the outside line to draft into the top five and up to fifth before the first caution of the day came out on lap 16. The driver of the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Chevrolet took the ensuing restart from the fifth position but was caught on the inside line without much drafting help and was shuffled back to outside the top 10 in the closing laps of the Stage One, taking the green-and-white checkered flag in 14th. >>READ MORE

1June 2, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 Pinnacle Financial Partners Chevrolet Camaro, ran inside the top 10 for much of Saturday afternoon’s NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Pocono Raceway, earning stage points in both Stage One and Two before ultimately taking the checkered flag in the ninth position. The result is Reddick’s eighth top-10 finish of 2018, tying the JR Motorsports driver for third among all series drivers in top-10 finishes this season.

Reddick took the green flag for the 100-lap event from the ninth position after advancing to the final round of knockout qualifying on Saturday morning. After beginning the opening stage fighting a loose-handling condition, Reddick reported to crew chief Dave Elenz that the Pinnacle Financial Partners Chevrolet had shifted toward the tight-side in traffic. Despite not handling to his liking, Reddick maintained his top-10 track position throughout the 25-lap stage, taking the green-and-white checkered flag to end Stage One on lap 25 in the ninth position, earning two valuable stage points in the process. >>READ MORE